Virtually Invisible Panel Clock

Doug dmcgarrett at
Fri May 31 02:01:54 BST 2013

On 05/30/2013 08:26 PM, Felix Miata wrote:
> Regardless of distro, every new install I can recall in the last year 
> or more the panel clock is all but useless. Why doesn't any theme used 
> by default or containing string "upstream" in Fedora, openSUSE or 
> Mageia have a legible clock (same as the adjacent icons, like Klipper 
> and the panel settings button)?
I don't know about the other distros, but in PCLinuxOS, there is a nice 
digital clock at the right end of the "panel" or task-bar.
Which is on the bottom, where I, at least, believe it ought to be. Right 
now it clearly says "08:56 PM" and under it, in smaller
characters, "05/30/13."  That's the KDE desktop, BTW.  I'm not sure, but 
I think it can be made to read 24 hour time, if you like.


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