#9 cannot disable the clock

closed-fixed
nobody
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5
2005-05-09
2005-05-09
The Anarcat
No

Pretty simple. Assigning the clock to the space "zero"
makes the panel crash:

$ grep ^CLOCK\ .pypanelrc
CLOCK = 0 # Clock section
$ pypanel
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/pypanel", line 935, in ?
PyPanel(display.Display())
File "/usr/bin/pypanel", line 102, in __init__
self.loop(self.display, self.root, self.window,
self.panel)
File "/usr/bin/pypanel", line 782, in loop
clock = panel[CLOCK]
KeyError: 0

Discussion

  • Jon Gelo

    Jon Gelo - 2005-05-09
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Jon Gelo

    Jon Gelo - 2005-05-09

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    Fixed in v2.3.

     
  • The Anarcat

    The Anarcat - 2005-05-17

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    i confirm.

     

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