On my wallpaper I'm trying to make a music progress line and have the circle follow the end of the progress line but I can't get it to work any tips? (I'm sorry if it doesn't make that much sence)

I'm trying to do the same thing as with the minimal clock where circle follows the edge of the progress line but instead of having go round in 360° I'm trying to make it go 180° from left to the right then continue with the next song I've tried an animation and that's not working and I've tried to do it with just using the x value but had no luck so any tips?

Not sure if you want to do a linear progress with a "dot" or a semi circle one, i will explain both, so, for the linear bar, do this:

1. Create an overlap group
2. Add to the overlap group your main progress bar (linear left to right) using a Progress Module or a Shape
3. Set the progress bar width to a certain amount, say, 500 points for example
4. Add a circle to the overlap group
5. Go to the "Position" tab and there set Anchor to Left and select the "LeftPadding" option, make it a formula clicking on the calculator link on top
6. Use as a formula \$500/100*myprogress\$ where "myprogress" is your progress 0 to 100, so, for example, if you have a battery bar it would be \$500/100*bi(level)\$

This will create a progress bar and a shape that will "follow" the progress from left to right. This will not be super precise because it will not consider the size of the shape itself, if you want it to be precise remove half the size of your moving shape, so, if your "dot" is 20 px for example use \$(500/100*bi(level)) - 20\$

If you want to do the same but for a semi arc (half a circle) then do this:

1. Create an overlap group
2. Add to the overlap group a shape, set type to "Circle Slice" (you need to use a shape since there is no arc progress bar now)
3. Set rotation to 270, then select the Angle option and set it to a formula by clicking the calculator link on top
4. Set formula to \$180/100*myprogress\$ where "myprogress" is your progress 0 to 100, so, for example, if you have a battery bar it would be \$500/100*bi(level)\$, this will create a slice that goes from 0 to an half circle when battery is 100
5. Add another overlap group in the overlap group, add a circle inside the overlap group, increase right padding in the overlap group up to when the circle reached the Circle Slice border
6. Set rotate in the overlap group to manual, select the offset option, turn it into a formul and use the same formula above

Thank you for that