Problem with gnome timer applet

Asked by Homer Simpson on 2011-08-08

Hi guys,

I have installed gnome-timer-applet, since I need some kind of software timer - I am using Mandriva Linux One 2010.2.
Installation went smoothly, (through Rpmdrake) but how do you use this applet ?

Supposedly, this applet has to be added manually to the gnome panel by right clicking and using function "Add to Panel ..." but the timer is not there.

Thanks in advance.

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Kenny Meyer
Solved:
2011-08-09
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2011-08-09
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2011-08-08
Best Kenny Meyer (knny-myer) said : #1

Hi Homer Simpson,

Did you already restart GNOME or your system? (STRG + ALT + Backspace
does it). Try that, and then check again. :)

Kenny Meyer

On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 12:31 PM, Homer Simpson
<email address hidden> wrote:
> New question #167337 on Timer Applet:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/timer-applet/+question/167337
>
> Hi guys,
>
> I have installed gnome-timer-applet, since I need some kind of software timer - I am using Mandriva Linux One 2010.2.
> Installation went smoothly, (through Rpmdrake) but how do you use this applet  ?
>
> Supposedly, this applet has to be added manually to the gnome panel by right clicking and using function "Add to Panel ..." but the timer is not there.
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
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Homer Simpson (glistarista) said : #2

Thanks Kenny Meyer, that solved my question.