New clock plugin in xfce4-panel trunk

Harold Aling h.aling at
Fri Jul 6 22:27:18 CEST 2007

Harold Aling wrote:
> Nick Schermer wrote:
>> I've rewritten the clock plugin in the panel. It now uses cairo for
>> most of it's drawing and features a new binary clock (both true binary
>> and bcd). Further more, you can now now set custom time and tooltip
>> formats to suite your needs.
>> This also means we can remove the clock code from libxfcegui4 - trunk.
>> If nobody has something agains this, I'll remove it in a couple of
>> days.
> Unfortunately, I like to click on a clock to open orage (or any other 
> calendar application), so I won't be using yours...
On second thought, wouldn't it confuse a novice user if a default Xfce 
installation has 2 different clock plugins? (on first sight)

What about removing the orage clock plugin and add a orage.desktop to 
the autostarted applications to start orage as a daemon? (orage --daemon)

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