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#1 2021-07-19 21:40:27

r0cke+
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From: Mountain West, USA
Registered: 2017-10-25
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[Resolved] Calendar (clock) on Xfce4.16 Panel is wrong

The above-referenced panel application shows two days in July numbered the 31st, and has August 1 on a Monday.  This is incorrect.  I thought someone on this forum may know how to submit the proper report...

Last edited by r0cke+ (2021-07-23 04:14:46)

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#2 2021-07-19 22:48:05

ToZ
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Re: [Resolved] Calendar (clock) on Xfce4.16 Panel is wrong

Could you post a screenshot of this?

The clock uses the GtkCalendar popup - if there was a bug there I'm sure it would be more prominent.

Note that by default, the clock calendar shows Week numbers as well, and it just so happens that week 31 falls right after July 31st.

Otherwise, is your local and timezone set up correctly?

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#3 2021-07-19 23:56:59

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Re: [Resolved] Calendar (clock) on Xfce4.16 Panel is wrong

did i mess something up?  i don't see this application.  maybe i don't know where to look.  i have a date and time displayed in my panel, but it just has text and nothing else.

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#4 2021-07-20 00:40:26

ToZ
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Re: [Resolved] Calendar (clock) on Xfce4.16 Panel is wrong

Skaperen wrote:

did i mess something up?  i don't see this application.  maybe i don't know where to look.  i have a date and time displayed in my panel, but it just has text and nothing else.

If you click on the date/time, a calendar should pop up - this is the GtkCalendar that is being referenced.

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#5 2021-07-23 04:14:15

r0cke+
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Registered: 2017-10-25
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Re: [Resolved] Calendar (clock) on Xfce4.16 Panel is wrong

ToZ wrote:

Could you post a screenshot of this?

The clock uses the GtkCalendar popup - if there was a bug there I'm sure it would be more prominent.

Note that by default, the clock calendar shows Week numbers as well, and it just so happens that week 31 falls right after July 31st.

Otherwise, is your local and timezone set up correctly?

ToZ, you are correct that the week numbers caused me to incorrectly report this as an error (I never liked that feature, and always thought it should be optional), but the false report is my error.

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#6 2021-07-23 04:57:07

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Re: [Resolved] Calendar (clock) on Xfce4.16 Panel is wrong

...and I use week # in all kinds of stuff. The calendar starts the week on Sunday, the 'other' source that supplies a bash %V ends on Sunday...

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