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DigitalClock

   0.7.4  

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DigitalClock
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  61332
Submitted:  Mar 19 2008
Updated:  May 7 2012

Description:

It shows time/date and day of week in digital format...

add coments, sugestions for improvement, report bugs...

note: If you want to vote bad, please let me know what you dont like so I can improve it...




Changelog:

7.5.2012
v0.7.4
- fixed not starting issue

29.4.2012
v0.7.3
- fixed am/pm issue (00h is 12am, not 00am and 12h is 12pm)
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complete changelog in downloaded package




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 Love this screenlet!

 
 by FaceAche on: May 7 2012
 
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But i can't get it to work!

I've installed it, sometimes it says it's running but i can't see it, sometimes it doesn't run at all.

I had it working one time, but the numbers disappeared and it was just blank. Haven't been able to get it back.

It's set to auto-start, and i'm using Ubuntu 11.10.

Would love to get it working properly - any ideas? :-)


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 Re: Love this screenlet!

 
 by drxnele on: May 7 2012
 
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Try it now, i made typing error, it's fixed now :D


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 Re: Re: Love this screenlet!

 
 by FaceAche on: May 8 2012
 
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Excellent! Thanks for updating it.

Still seems to be a couple of issues with it though; i can't drag and drop it somewhere on my desktop (and it isn't locked). And neither right-clicking then selecting Propereties or clicking on the Properties 'cog' seems to work either.

When right-clicking on it, themes and sizing seem to work fine.

Cheers :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Love this screenlet!

 
 by drxnele on: May 8 2012
 
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I tried to move, open properties and it work's (Ubuntu 10.10)...
I don't know what do you mean when you say "Properties 'cog' " I don't have 'cog' option. Do you use latest version of screenlets or something else (like universal-applets)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Love this screenlet!

 
 by FaceAche on: May 8 2012
 
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Hmm, that's a bit strange. I'm using Screenlets 0.1.6, on Ubuntu 11.10 (all updates have been applied). When you click on the screenlet, it changes to show the month & day, and in the top right corner of the screenlet, there is a little X to close/stop the screenlet, and a spiky circle, or cog, that you can click to get to the screenlet Properties. You can also right-click it and select Properties from the menu, but when you do this, nothing happens.

I'll have a play around with it some more and see how i go.

Thanks for the reply too.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Love this screenlet!

 
 by FaceAche on: May 8 2012
 
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I can email you a picture of the properties 'cog' if you want.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Love this screenlet!

 
 by FaceAche on: May 9 2012
 
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Looks like it was a known issue, but many other widgets on my desktop seem to be fine (http://askubuntu.com/questions/81184/cannot-move-screenlets-in-gnome-shell).

I tried the last suggestion in that link above; selecting 'Widget' didn't work, but as soon as i also selected 'Sticky' i was able to move it!!

So yeah, it's all sorted out now. I'm very happy, as it's a really great, slick looking widget.

Thanks again for taking the time to reply to me and help out with this.


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 No Properties Dialog?

 
 by CrazyScientist on: Aug 16 2012
 
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I have been using this screenlet for years. When I suggest the screenlet to a friend just a few moments ago I noticed that there is no Properties dialog opening when clicking on the corresponding context menu entry.
Could this be a bug or is it intended to be this way?


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 Re: No Properties Dialog?

 
 by drxnele on: Sep 20 2012
 
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this screenlet should have properties option... maybee it's some problem with screenlets core


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 Where do i install this

 
 by Sir-Mayo on: Dec 3 2013
 
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Im still simi-new to linux where would i install this in linux mint 14


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