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Harold Aling wrote:
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<pre wrap="">Nick Schermer wrote:
<pre wrap="">I've rewritten the clock plugin in the panel. It now uses cairo for
most of it's drawing and features a new binary clock (both true binary
and bcd). Further more, you can now now set custom time and tooltip
formats to suite your needs.
This also means we can remove the clock code from libxfcegui4 - trunk.
If nobody has something agains this, I'll remove it in a couple of
<pre wrap=""><!---->Unfortunately, I like to click on a clock to open orage (or any other
calendar application), so I won't be using yours...
On second thought, wouldn't it confuse a novice user if a default Xfce
installation has 2 different clock plugins? (on first sight)<br>
What about removing the orage clock plugin and add a orage.desktop to
the autostarted applications to start orage as a daemon? (orage