I finally finished the outer case of my clock. Only 19 layers of 3mm acrylic stacked on top of each other.
I built a finger slot into the back of the clock so it’s easier to carry, but also to house the barrel jack for mounting the clock flush to the wall, allowong me to hide the power cord in the wall (oneday)
That pile on the left was cut out to make the cavity in the case.
A bit more progress on my clock. I installed the dirty pink gel filter to increase the contrast ratio of the 7 segment displays, and started cutting the final case out of red 101 acrylic. Lots of laminations.
After googling around a bit, I saw a few suggestion that trie to fix the path in emacs, but I think a better approach is to launch emacs from within bash so it inherits the bash environment.
Here is my attempt using vbscript:
Set WinScriptHost = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
strCmd = "C:\cygwin\bin\bash --login -c '/usr/local/bin/emacsclient -c -a /usr/local/bin/emacs.exe"
If WScript.Arguments.Count = 1 Then
'strCmd = strCmd & " " &"""" & WScript.Arguments(0) & """'"
strCmd = strCmd & "'" 'close single quote
Set WinScriptHost = Nothing
Save that script somewhere and then make a Windows Shortcut to it but incle the wscript.exe in the target: