> On 2018-03-11 07:43, Olaf Meeuwissen wrote:
>> goli...@dyne.org writes:
>>> On 2018-03-11 00:29, Olaf Meeuwissen wrote:
>>>> Hi again,
>>>> Apart from getting the clock in the Xfce systemtray to display in a
>>>> colour that contrasts with the darkpurpy theme rather than the dark
>>>> shade of grey that is used now.
>>> Remove the default clock from the panel and install the Orage clock
>>> the repos instead. It has nice config options that allow for
>>> and background color choice. As far as making that the default option
>>> . . let me talk to Centurion_Dan about that. It's not really a
>>> in the grand scheme of things but the suggestion could at least be
>>> included in some release notes for the final release.
>> All I want/need is the time to display in the system tray so I don't
>> have to go find a wall clock. Why would I need a full-blown calendar
>> application to do so?
> I never realized that Orage is a "full-blown" calendar app because I
> have no need for one. I can live with a bit of useless bloat to solve a
$ apt-cache show xfce4-datetime-plugin orage | grep ^Installed
You call that "a bit of useless bloat"? ;-)
# Me once again makes a mental note to purge unused packages ... but at
# the same time wonders when I actually get around to doing so ...
> cosmetic problem but the choice is of course yours. That's what it's is
> all about . . . "Software freedom your way". Everyone has different
> preferences and ways to solve them. Diversity is a good thing. :)
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