two feature request for Orage Globaltime
livalenz at uc.cl
Wed Feb 4 13:04:36 CET 2015
I don't really see what types of clock can Orage do. Note that I'm not
referring to the Globaltime tool. That tool doesn't show the date and it
cannot be put on top of the panel. Regarding orage itself, I don't see any
option to add a clock, except the option to use a dynamic icon, which again
is not too visible and has no clock. I hope I'm not missing something in
the features! I'm using Orage 4.10.0 with Xubuntu 14.04.
2015-02-04 11:30 GMT+00:00 Juha <kautto.juha at kolumbus.fi>:
> Hi Luis,
> I am curious about 2). What kind of format are you using with standard
> Xfce clock, which Orage can not do?
> I believe Orage can do all formats except analog clock.
> 04.02.2015, 12:34, LUIS VALENZUELA kirjoitti:
> Hello there.
> First, thanks for the app. It is simple, elegant and useful!. Now, I
> would like to make two features request for this app:
> 1) Start up option: it would be nice to have an option within the
> Preferences menu to add Orage to the start up list. I know this can be done
> in other ways but given the importance of the app (managing all your
> appointments and so) it might be useful to have it there as an option.
> 2) Calendar integration with Clock: normally, you would expect users to
> have Orage *and* the standard xfce clock. Now, when you click on the
> clock a calendar appears. This calendar is the same as the one of Orage (I
> imagine Orage is based on it). However, that calendar is not interactive.
> This seems to me a waste of resources and space. This could be solved 1) if
> Orage is integrated in the clock's calendar, or 2) if Orage has an option
> to display the date and time (currently it can also display the date but it
> is not easy to read). In both cases there would be only one item in the
> These are not big issues and you can always find some workarounds but a
> direct solution from Orage preferences would make things easier.
> Any comments welcome.
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