Re: [PATCH] Customizable time format of menu panel clock.
- From: jacob helixcode com (Jacob "Ulysses" Berkman)
- To: Telsa Gwynne <hobbit aloss ukuu org uk>
- Cc: gnome-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [PATCH] Customizable time format of menu panel clock.
- Date: 08 Aug 2000 11:10:48 -0400
Telsa Gwynne <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Tue, Aug 08, 2000 at 10:35:34AM -0400 or thereabouts, Jacob "Ulysses" Berkman wrote:
> > > BTW, using "0" and "1" as magic values in a config file is total
> > > rastercode ;-)
> > I think that was federico's code or something.
> > > see ~/.enlightenment/.e-session-XXXXXX or whatever ;-)
> > Is this better or worse than gnome-session clobbering its own session
> > files if you run multiple sessions?
> That reminds me.
> What do I do if I have a nice big funky monitor for my machine and
> thus have a gnome session set up to make lots of use of space; and
> I also want to be able to run that same stuff in GNOME remotely
> from a crappier monitor with a more minimalist set-up (fewer and
> smaller panels, different themes cos the contrast is whacked-out
> etc) -- for the same account?
Not really. Before OG, you could get away with having two panel
configurations, one session managed and one non-session managed that
are seperate. You can't do this any more, though.
"It's not even a real camera." -- Tom Green
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