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Thread: [SOLVED] Classic 12.04 - date in applet

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    [SOLVED] Classic 12.04 - date in applet

    I've installed gnome-fallback in Precise to get the classic desktop.

    The time is displayed as hh:mm in the Applet part of the system panel at the top right.
    Is there a way to add the date and seconds to this? eg 7 May 2013 11:51:14
    Last edited by col48; May 11th, 2013 at 05:33 PM.

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    Re: Classic 12.04 - date in applet

    Right click on the time and then go to preferences.
    Last edited by ibjsb4; May 8th, 2013 at 01:02 PM.

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    [SOLVED]: Classic 12.04 - date in applet

    Thanks ibjsb4, and especially for the link you posted elsewhere to Classic Tweaks (might as well duplicate it here to save frustration by others)

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Pr...eClassicTweaks

    Your solution is great for the Clock applet but this was not installed by default - at least for me: 'Indicator Applet Complete' just displays hh:mm (24-hr) with no option to alter it.

    For anyone pursuing this, go to the link and take it from there.

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    Re: Classic 12.04 - date in applet

    I do not use Indicator Applet Complete, instead I have indicator-datetime installed.

    gnome clock.png

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