Ninety-nine percent sure this isn’t a duplicate.
The clock in the Murder Mystery map ‘Toy House’ has the hands in the wrong place. Now, this may not seem important, but I get infuriated by seeing the clock’s hands are in this position:
When clockmakers chose what time to display on ads for their clock, they chose 10:09 because it showed their logo which was right below 12 and the hands looked symmetrical. This clock’s hands, however, aren’t even scientifically accurate.
So, I humbly request Hive to change this.
There is no need for this to be changed just because Apple uses a different time display. Some app icons on other devices even show your time (e.g. it is 9:24am; the clock shows 9:24am).
And this isn’t something that needs to be ‘fixed’ as you mentioned in your post as this is intended design.
Allow me to explain.
When clockmakers chose what time to display on ads for their clock, they chose 10:09 because it showed their logo which was right below 12 and the hands looked symmetrical. As for the live clock icon in most smartphones today, that is a quality-of-life feature. I’ll correct the title of the suggestion as I can see it is misleading.
(Also, I looked at a real clock and there is no way the hands can make a 90-degree angle at that position, so it actually is incorrect.)
I love how the hands form an L
Hive isn’t a clockmaker advertising their brand, it isn’t real life…. It’s quirky, it’s fun, it’s fine as it is!
I may be a 3 head but… what!?
why would a 12:15 position be impossible?
12:15 is a 90 degree angle so I was a asking why that shouldn’t be possible