Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 426998
intlclock - 2 locations in home timezone - how to pick default?
Last modified: 2008-03-04 23:43:48 EST
Description of problem:
I have 6 locations configured in intlclock, including 2 in my 'home timezone':
Mountain View and Los Angeles, CA.
The summary on the gnome panel indicates the weather in the second location (Los
Angeles), but when I place the cursor over the weather glyphs, it changes to the
first (Mountain View).
There seems no way to get it to 'know' that I am really in Mountain View and
would like that weather highlighted in the panel.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Has this applet been dropped?
The applet hasn't been dropped. It got upstreamed into the regular gnome-panel.
Are you still seeing the bug?
Created attachment 295023 [details]
calendar and weather.... no temperature
The bug occurred when the applet displayed weather/temperature when the cursor
was placed over the icon in the "system tray".
This version of the applet doesn't seem to do that. so I don't see it.
Should the applet display weather only when you "expand" the calendar and
Also, I don't get temperature listed unless I have cursor over "weather icon"
for the location
Latest version now shows temperature, but the old problem has returned:
If you enter 2 locations in the "local timezone", the temperature shown in the
"system tray" seems to be the "other" location.
Specifically, I'm in PST. I add a location for Mountain View, CA, and for Los
Angeles, CA. Both appear in the "detail pull down" with the nice "home" icon.
However, I did not find a way to tell the applet that my real "home" is
"Mountain View", not "Los Angeles".
I've fixed the 'multiple locations in the same timezone' problem recently.