killermoehre at gmx.net
Sat Jan 30 13:44:39 CET 2016
Am 30.01.2016 um 13:42 schrieb Mark Ballard:
> It's been replaced where I am, which is Ubuntu Studio 15.04.
> It's using the xfce4-indicator-plugin 2.3.3 on xfce4-panel 4.12.0.
> The interloping calendar appears to be called com.canonical.datetime,
> but the indicator gives no obvious, assured way of displaying properties
> of the installed apps.
> I'm glad to hear it's not been inflicted on everyone.
> On 30 January 2016 at 12:28, killermoehre <killermoehre at gmx.net
> <mailto:killermoehre at gmx.net>> wrote:
> Am 30.01.2016 um 13:11 schrieb Mark Ballard:
> > What happened to Orage?
> > It was a nifty calendar. It worked well. It looked good. It
> blended in.
> > It had some nice features. As simple calendar apps go, it was
> > But it's gone. And it's been replaced with something that looks bad,
> > works poorly, has an immature feature-set and crashes my desktop.
> > If i'd been asked - would you like to replace your calendar app with
> > something inferior - I would have said, no thank you.
> > I'm sure Orage could have been improved in ways I couldn't
> imagine. But
> > that would involved increasing or improving its feature-set, not
> > degrading it.
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> Orage wasn't replaced. I still use it. Ask your distributor, maybe
> they changed it and put another default calendar in.
Just install and add orage to your panel. No need for the indicator. If the Ubuntu Studio team made this decission, blame them.
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