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202 views

No Time in Top Panel (Gnome Classic)

I've been using Ubuntu with Gnome Classic for a while and I've noticed recently that in the "Indicator Applet Complete" in the Top Panel, my name and the clock have disappeared. I think it happened ...
5
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1answer
3k views

No way to show seconds in Gnome Classic clock

I cannot force clock in Gnome Classic to show seconds. Tried within dconf-editor, changing all available clock settings: com > canonical > indicatior > datetime There I was trying by changing ...
4
votes
1answer
2k views

How to customize indicator-datetime to two line configuration?

Before we used to be able to customize the gnome panel clock to two line style. How could we do the same for indicator-datetime? I understand there's dconf-editor from dconf-tools. And by going to ...
2
votes
2answers
381 views

Is there a vertical clock applet?

I want to keep my panels down to one, running vertically along the left side of my screen. I'm using the DockBarX applet for launchers and open application access, and have an applet main menu ...
3
votes
2answers
4k views

How do I reload the clock applet?

It seems I am running this bug. Sometimes my clock applet just stops running, and I have a pop-up window saying 'The clock has quit unexpectedly'. Between 'Reload' and 'Close', I have unfortunately ...
4
votes
1answer
510 views

How can I make the date/time applet display on a single line?

I just updated from Lucid to Natty (thought it was going to be Maverick, but my About Ubuntu menu shows that it is Natty, which "was released in April 2011" - who knew the developers had mastered time ...
4
votes
2answers
494 views

How do I get the clock to show the date?

I tried what was mentioned here to no avail. When I update the values in gconf (any of the values, not just custom and custom_format) nothing changes. Is this a netbook edition problem? Is there ...
2
votes
2answers
834 views

How to make clock applet show “fuzzy” time?

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.
3
votes
2answers
1k views

Basic analogue clock for the GNOME panel?

Is there any way to get an analogue clock in the panel? I'm not interested in docks, only the the gnome panel, like recent versions of Mac OS support.