[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 593592] Re: Analog clock 24 hour configuration

Daniel Fore Daniel.P.Fore at gmail.com
Thu Dec 23 19:12:39 UTC 2010

Robert, If Mathijs patch removes the fictitious clock and keeps the 24hr
label then that would probably be ideal. I could definitely see a desire
to remove a 24hr analog clock. This is probably the more correct

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  Analog clock 24 hour configuration

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Bug description:
  This is somewhat related to bug #508547 in the sense that a 24 hour analog clock is a terribly odd sight even for countries using the 24h system. However, since it seems not possible to have the analog and digital clock configured separately(?), I do have a suggestion.

Basically: 12-24 switching for the analog clock should also be done through the option like the one used for the digital one, not by selecting a theme.

Let me sketch the situation:
I have the clock set as digital and with 24h system on. Now if I feel like switching to analog. After doing so the clock will have the weird 24 hour look, but no biggy there, I'll just right click and turn "24-hour clock" off, right? Wrong! That option is blanked out. Instead, I have to pick select theme to switch back to the 12-hour clock. Seems a bit counter intuitive, no? Especially since changing the theme -also- sets the 24h option off.

Note: I think if you plan on adding more clock themes, it would be better to make a 12h and 24h version of each of them and allowing switching between those through the actual option rather than having two themes mentioned.

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