two feature request for Orage Globaltime

Juha kautto.juha at
Wed Feb 4 13:09:45 CET 2015

Hmm. Orage has its own panel clock plugin, which I meant.
But probably we are talking about different things.

04.02.2015, 14:04, LUIS VALENZUELA kirjoitti:
> Hi Juha,
> 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.
> Best,
> Luis.
> 2015-02-04 11:30 GMT+00:00 Juha <kautto.juha at 
> <mailto:kautto.juha at>>:
>     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.
>     Juha
>     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 panel.
>>     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.
>>     Best,
>>     Luis.
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