Clock and Datetime plugin merge
landronimirc at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 10:59:58 CET 2015
On Mon, Mar 9, 2015 at 10:11 AM, Andrzej <ndrwrdck at googlemail.com> wrote:
> On 09/03/15 02:02, André Miranda wrote:
>> As I have already proposed the merge of datetime and clock plugin on
>> #xfce-dev, here is a comparison between them:
>> What only clock has:
>> - Timezone field
>> - Multiple layouts:
>> - Digital, same as datetime
>> - Analog
>> - Binary
>> - Fuzzy
>> - LCD
> If you want to reduce maintenance burden, drop binary, fuzzy and LCD. They
> are all there only mostly "because we can" and IMHO are just bloat.
As far as I'm concerned, these are the very features I love about the
clock plugin (and thoroughly miss them in OrageClock).
>> What only datetime has:
>> - Display date
>> - Set font
> Try the following custom formats:
> %a, %d/%m%n<b>%H:%M</b>
> <small>DE: %H:%M (%a)</small>
> More details about formatting commands:
> Some features (e.g. font_face) don't seem to work here but overall the
> capabilities are pretty good.
>> What both lack:
>> - Set color(bug #9487)
> Available in the clock plugin via custom formats.
>> - Update time immediately after resume(bug #9785)
> Currently an update is forced once per minute and afaik there is no an easy
> way to change it without waking up the plugin more often. An easy workaround
> is to include seconds in the clock format.
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