New clock plugin in xfce4-panel trunk
stephan at xfce.org
Mon Jul 9 11:53:34 CEST 2007
On 7/9/07, Grant McWilliams <grantmasterflash at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm concerned about dependencies of the new clock. It's cool to use the
> latest features but will this limit who can install it?
Please bottom-post... but, yes this will limit it to everyone who has
Gtk+ >= 2.8.
I don't know how this would behave on a i486, but I am sure someone
will tell us :p.
> On 7/9/07, Myles Green <rmg57 at telus.net> wrote:
> > On Sun, 8 Jul 2007 12:15:45 +0200
> > "Nick Schermer" <nickschermer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > 2007/7/8, Myles Green <rmg57 at telus.net>:
> > > > Sorry but I have to voice my thoughts here - as an end user.
> > > > Personally I much prefer the orage clock over the "original", I
> > > > just find it to be more versatile for the way I use my computer. I
> > > > actually use both at the same time - the "original" in analog mode
> > > > followed by orage clock with 2 lines, time over day and date. So
> > > > please, if you *have* to nuke a clock, nuke the "original". (yours
> > > > DOES have an analog mode doesn't it?). Of course, if your new clock
> > > > can do this kind of layout, ie 2 clocks in one (ASclock style?),
> > > > then nuke away, I keep an instance of orage in the system tray
> > > > anyway.
> > >
> > > I'm not going to add 2 clocks in one, you can easily add 2 clocks to
> > > your panel and most user won't use it. And yes the new clock plugin
> > > has an analog mode drawn by cairo, so it looks much better then the
> > > old one.
> > Thanks
> > --
> > Myles Green
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