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Clock applet, shown in , is a simple applet which shows the time (and optionally the date too) in any of several formats. To add this applet to a Panel, right-click on the Panel and choose + + + +Panel+ + + + + ->Add to panel+ + + + + ->Applet+ + + + + ->Clocks+ + + + + ->Clock+ + + + .
Clock applet requires no user input. You may optionally configure it, as described below.
Right-clicking on the applet brings up a menu containing the following items:
You can customize Clock applet by right-clicking on it and choosing Properties. This will open the Properties dialog(shown in ), which allows you to change various settings.
The properties are:
After you have made all the changes you want, click on OK to apply the changes and close the Properties dialog. To cancel the changes and return to previous values, click the Close button.
This applet has no known bugs.
Clock was written by Miguel de Icaza (<firstname.lastname@example.org>), Federico Mena (<email@example.com>), and Stuart Parmenter (<firstname.lastname@example.org>). Please send all comments, suggestions, and bug reports to the GNOME bug tracking database. (Instructions for submitting bug reports can be found on-line. If you are using GNOME 1.1 or later, you can also use Bug Report Tool (bug-buddy), available in the Utilities submenu of Main Menu, for submitting bug reports.
This manual was written by Dan Mueth (<email@example.com>). Please send all comments and suggestions regarding this manual to the GNOME Documentation Project by sending an email to <firstname.lastname@example.org>. You can also submit comments online by using the GNOME Documentation Status Table.
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