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Email Required, but never shown. Therefore, enter startup into the unity dash and open Startup Applications. My clock disappears but usually a reboot brings it back. Today after the first startup of the machine the indicator dissapear. Because the time clock is in the top bar by default. Your name or email address: To install Opera from the Linux Mint repository, you first have to add it to your sources.

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Announcing the arrival of Valued Associate Has anyone else noticed the same? Since the bug is not longer reproducible in Saucy it was sometime agoand this is the only affected release listed here, the bug has been fixed elsewhere.

To change that, open the launcher in a text editor and change every occurence of the path to the old configuration with the new one.

– How to bring the clock back to the center in gnome-shell? – Ask Ubuntu

Eric Ongerth ericongerth wrote on To download Widgets, open Opera and drop the main menu. I have to note that I “killed” the unity panel service before, but 11.01 datetime indicator didn’t appear, and my “Date time settings” continued grayed.


My clock disappears but usually a reboot brings it back.

Jan Klesnil klesnil wrote on And after that, the datetime indicator appears. BillIsaacs billisaacs wrote on I have to first install the indicator-datetime which comes back reporting that it is already the newest version, so nothing actually happens there: You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Tried running apps I had previously been using, to see if I could reproduce the problem. Done indicator-datetime is already the newest version.

The ‘killall unity-panel- service’ helps.

I had a system-settings window open, time and date selected After I closed the system-settings windowkillall unity-panel-service worked. No clock in menu bar and can’t edit Clock settings.

Ubuntu 11.10 move the clock from the middle

I do not want to download more clock windows that I can not see and take up real estate. Tommy Trussell tommy-trussell wrote on If it occurs again I’ll report what I can about it. On Wed, Oct 30, at 5: Opera can either be downloaded from the official Opera homepage or from the Linux Mint repository.


Because the time clock is in the top bar by default. I can confirm it myself and George’s karma of 0 suggests that he didn’t mean that this bug is fixed but rather that this bug is affecting him.


Now you will be able to execute the script from startup, if it hasn’t got any depedencies – if it has any however, it will alert you the moment you try to autorun it. Killall does not work for me.

Just running killall unity-panel-service does not bring back the clock. I have the same issue. Do you already have an account? The instructions found here solved the problem for me Ubuntu Next, update your repositories and download and install Opera:.

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George Vrinchev gvrinchev on Can I have them back please? Please use “this bug affects me too” link above this bug’s description. This bug has not been fixed anywhere.