Associate calendar with left-click on Clock
peter at passchier.net
Wed Feb 26 08:52:14 CET 2014
Nick Schermer <nick <at> xfce.org> writes:
> There is a hidden option you can set to spawn a command when double
clicking the clock (since 4.10). Add a "command" text property to the clock
plugin config in the panel channel with the settings editor. The text value
you set will be launched.
> On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 1:37 PM, Jerry Bond <stormyjerry <at> gmail.com>
> There is no apparent left-click action associated with Clock, and I
> am wondering if that click event could be bound to the tiny gsimplecal
> (https://github.com/dmedvinsky/gsimplecal). That developer says it
> was created precisely for use with a clock, and his home page makes
> it sound like he is very accessible.
I would love a more fuller integration of the excellent gsimplecal into
XFCE, but this is a good start. Is there also a hidden option to respond to
a single left-click? That would be even better.
XFCE lacks a good worldclock (I find Orage Globaltime horrible).
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