Virtually Invisible Panel Clock
dmcgarrett at optonline.net
Fri May 31 03:10:08 BST 2013
On 05/30/2013 09:22 PM, Felix Miata wrote:
> On 2013-05-30 21:01 (GMT-0400) Doug composed:
>> 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.
> $SUBJECT was meant literally:
> Not nice, and looks the same in 4.10.3 in Fedora and openSUSE.
I don't know how to copy images to email, but my taskbar in PCLOS is black,
and the numbers are white. Very easy to read. Maybe there's a way in your
distro to change the taskbar color?
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