GNOME questions on fc20
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Tue Dec 31 18:30:32 UTC 2013
On 12/31/2013 12:27 PM, Alex wrote:
> Hi, I have fc20 installed successfully on my desktop.
> How can I configure the clock at the top to show the date? Why would
> it be so difficult to do such a simple thing? I googled a bit, and saw
> a reference to editing dateMenu.js, but the suggestions didn't work. I
> can't believe I'd have to edit a text file to adjust the clock?!
> I get the whole thing with not being able to (easily) minimize
> applications. I know I can also switch between them with alt-tab. I
> also know I can select them from "Activities", but that's an extra two
> steps. Is there any way to "dock" apps like we used to be able to, so
> I can select them with the mouse to choose between them?
Use gnome-tweak-tool. ON the "top bar" tab, select "show date" The
"windows" tab lets you minimize windows. Look at the various gnome
shell extensions. Go here https://extensions.gnome.org to get
extensions that will let you add a dock and do other things to make the
desktop friendlier. I use the "dash to dock" extension, as well as "top
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