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How to make the gnome panel clock show time in "fuzzy" format? E.g. "It's morning". I think it was present in KDE in the good ole times. Not sure about now.

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There is a separate fuzzy-clock applet by Troy Rennie

Just two little problems I've noticed: Nothing happens if you click on it, and it looks just very slightly wrong on ubuntu 10.10.

But other than that, it's fine.

http://code.google.com/p/fuzzy-clock/

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that looks as the only option, thank you –  kounryusui Oct 20 '10 at 1:31
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Right click on the panel and go to Add Widgets. Go to the Date & Time section, and there is a Fuzzy Clock widget available. Add that to your panel, then right click on the old clock to find the option to remove the non-fuzzy one.

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from the tags it looks like he meant in GNOME, but who knows. –  lfaraone Oct 20 '10 at 0:36
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Oh, the "it was in kde 3" made me assume KDE user –  maco Oct 20 '10 at 0:58
    
yeap, I wrote “gnome” and I meant “gnome” –  kounryusui Oct 20 '10 at 1:28
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