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    Gnome Flashback, Clock

    Is there way to get back clock in top panel?

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    Re: Gnome Flashback, Clock

    add the widget from extensions.gnome.org

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    Re: Gnome Flashback, Clock

    Do extensions work in gnome flashback/fallback? I am not using gnome shell.

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    Re: Gnome Flashback, Clock

    You have 2 clocks to choose from.
    One is shown in the "indicator applet complete" as seen in Unity and one is the old style date time.
    The "indicator applet complete" and "clock" applets can be added to the panel with alt+Super+Rclick on the panel.
    Same shortcut on an applet to move or remove.

    You appear to already have the "indicator applet complete" on the panel but not showing date/tlme.

    In terminal check the dconf setting
    Code:
    gsettings get com.canonical.indicator.datetime show-clock
    If the value returned is "false", reset the key to the default value of "true"
    Code:
    gsettings reset com.canonical.indicator.datetime show-clock
    Prefer the other clock and don't want to show this one, run...
    Code:
    gsettings set com.canonical.indicator.datetime show-clock false
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    Re: Gnome Flashback, Clock

    I have the same problem as albertsmuktupavels. No clock or calendar displays but, yet the output of this command is true.

    Code:
    cavsfan@cavsfan-MS-7529:~$ gsettings get com.canonical.indicator.datetime show-clock
    true
    Screenshot dconf.png

    Any other ideas?
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    Re: Gnome Flashback, Clock

    Ditto. Using „other“ clock (see above)...

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    Re: Gnome Flashback, Clock

    Quote Originally Posted by Cavsfan View Post
    I have the same problem as albertsmuktupavels. No clock or calendar displays but, yet the output of this command is true.

    Code:
    cavsfan@cavsfan-MS-7529:~$ gsettings get com.canonical.indicator.datetime show-clock
    true
    Screenshot dconf.png

    Any other ideas?
    May be more to it than I thought.
    Just assumed it was disabled in dconf as looked like the "indicator applet complete" was on the panel.
    Have you tried removing and re-adding indicator applet complete.

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    Re: Gnome Flashback, Clock

    Quote Originally Posted by stinkeye View Post
    May be more to it than I thought.
    Just assumed it was disabled in dconf as looked like the "indicator applet complete" was on the panel.
    Have you tried removing and re-adding indicator applet complete.
    Does it count if we (others) tried...?
    It is not a simple dconf problem...

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    Re: Gnome Flashback, Clock

    My fault, didn't realize I was replying to an Ubuntu +1 thread.

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    Re: Gnome Flashback, Clock

    I don't want "other" clock. I want that one in indicator applet complete...

    So now we have two broken things in gnome flashback. First - white panel. Second - no clock in indicator applet complete.

    P.S. Clock doesn’t show only in flashback session. In unity clock is available.
    Last edited by albertsmuktupavels; July 3rd, 2013 at 07:08 AM.

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