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Re: Debian 9.1 amd64 Xfce panel clock broken




On 08/10/17 11:51, Ralph Katz wrote:

On 08/09/2017 06:13 PM, David Christensen wrote:
debian-user:

I have a Dell Inspiron E1505 laptop with an Intel Core Duo T7400
CPU, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB SSD, and a fresh install of
debian-9.1.0-amd64-xfce-CD-1.iso, with all updates and upgrades as
of now:

2017-08-09 16:59:07 root@tinkywinky ~ # cat /etc/debian_version
9.1

2017-08-09 16:59:18 root@tinkywinky ~ # uname -a Linux tinkywinky
4.9.0-3-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.9.30-2+deb9u3 (2017-08-06) x86_64
GNU/Linux

2017-08-09 16:59:22 root@tinkywinky ~ # dpkg-query --show xfce4
xfce4    4.12.3


I would like to use the Xfce panel "clock" item.  Unfortunately, it
is broken:

- If I right-click on the Xfce panel and choose "Panel
Preferences...", the "Panel" dialog appears.

- Selecting Panel -> Items tab, "Clock" appears in the list of
panel items.

- If I select Panel -> Items -> Clock and click the "Edit the
currently selected item" button, the "Clock" dialog appears.

- I then configure Clock as follows:

Time Settings Timezone        PST8PDT Appearance Layout
Digital Tooltip format    Wednesday 09 August 2017 Clock Options
Format        05:04:55 PM

Once I have made the above settings, but before choosing "Close",
the current time is displayed at the proper location in the Xfce
panel. This is what I want.

- But when I click "Close", the current time disappears from the
panel -- e.g. Clock breaks.

Mine works, but settings look different.  I made no changes to clock
properties,

When I open Panel Preferences -> Items -> Clock -> Edit the currently selected item, the defaults are:

  Time Settings
    Timezone            <blank>
  Appearance
    Layout              Digital
    Tooltip format      Custom Format
  Clock Options
    Format              Custom Format


yet my field Timezone is blank.  Maybe try that?

Failure is the same.


There is an .xfce4-session.verbose-log , though I don't know what
you'll find.

Nothing:

2017-08-11 21:43:27 dpchrist@tinkywinky ~
$ find . -name .xfce4-session.verbose-log
./.xfce4-session.verbose-log

2017-08-11 21:43:34 dpchrist@tinkywinky ~
$ grep -i clock .xfce4-session.verbose-log



David