World Clock Calendar

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2 weeks ago 2018-09-07, 03:04 UTC
Last commit: [5ea4b39b] calendar@simonwiles.ne: tr.po (#1950)

Fork of the Cinnamon calendar applet with support for displaying multiple timezones

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koctob
koctob-5 days ago
I was able to use the applet with Linux Mint 19. For future reference - this is the article that I've used: http://blog.softhints.com/linux-mint-19-display-time-zones/ It has a small setup explanation too.
James E. LaBarre
James E. LaBarre-3 months ago
I have not been able to edit/change world-clock items. If I add one, it puts in another entry for UTC, and I cannot change it to another time zone. Cannot find *ANY* documentation on configuring this applet.
Eric James Morgan
Eric James Morgan-8 months ago
I just recently upgraded from 14.04 to 16.04.3, running Cinnamon 3.6.7. The world clock applet time does not update at all, either on custom date or on default date, and I cannot add multiple timezones. When I first log in to Cinnamon, the time updates, but not after that. Any help or pointers in debugging would be appreciated!
Aaron de Bruyn
Aaron de Bruyn-9 months ago
It should pay attention to the 'Date format' string used by the primary clock. I use a 24-hour clock.
minyaen
minyaen-9 months ago
Simple and functional.
Jonny McCullagh
Jonny McCullagh-10 months ago
Is it possible to add World Clock twice with each clock in the panel showing a different time/timezone. I've tried adding two world clocks but each just shows the system time.
bakaoniisan
bakaoniisan-11 months ago
Very nice to have. Thanks. I can confirm that 24h time does not work on *panel*. The different time zones do work in 24h (%H). Also full date format in box is fixed at US format. eg "Wednesday October 25, 2017"
a-bentofreire
a-bentofreire-1 year ago
It's a great applet, but 2 things would do a great improving: 1. Don't use UTC as a default, since it's not clear that deleting this timezone, will allow to have access to suggestion box. I tried several times UTC+n without success until I discover I had to delete the UTC, and type the timezone. 2. Don't display the underscore, but keep it for storage for compatibility issues.
plsamuel
plsamuel-1 year ago
Use "%_H:%M (%a)" as the time format for 24h time.
Christian Bourque
Hi, I tried the new applet with Linux Mint 18.2 (beta) and it seems that it doesn't respect the system global Date & Time Settings (Use 24h clock). It still shows the time in 12h format in the panel! Thanks