Description of problem:
I've reconfigured the panel clock to use bigger font.
After rebooting, the new setting is not applied and the clock uses the default size. Going to settings again, I see the settings are not lost, the new font settings are there, thery are just not getting applied. It's enough just to click the font selection button, not change anything and close it with okay, then the clock font changes.
Note this affect only the time, the font set for date gets applied always.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rightclick the panel clock, go to settings
2. reconfigure the font
3. restart your session
the clock is displayed using the default font
the clock is displayed using your newly chosen font
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cool, so the new lxqt panel doesn't allow setting font clock at all ...