Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
Just for clarity thats what I meant... I use it specifically because it
is the best desktop out there and has not made the same mistakes gnome
and/or kde did (the only complaint I have is it your be nice if the
desktop would updat7e it self as you change the contents of ~/Desktop)
On Mon, Oct 06, 2008 at 02:45:21PM +0300, Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
On Mon, 06 Oct 2008 04:39:20 -0400, "Aryeh M. Friedman" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
I work remotely with a company that is across the international date
line from me and I can do the math in my head but want to know if it
is possible to add a clock to my xfce panel that shows the time their
(and keep the one that has my time on it)
If you are using XFCE4 then you are reaping all the benefits of the
freely available work of others. This style of subject is offensive to
their efforts to provide a light-weight, beautiful, functional and fast
performing desktop environment in a multitude of UNIX platforms.
Please consider using a less confrontational style for posting questions
in the future.
It depends on how you read it. I read the Subject line to mean "I'm
asking a stupid question", not "xfce is stupid". I'm pretty sure Aryeh
meant the lesser, not the latter.
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