Custom formats (# ^ 0 _ -) are not being interpreted properly and causing the clock itself to become blank.
-- %A, %^b %d, %Y -- %I:%M %p
Should output (at the time of writing):
-- Thursday, JUN 18, 2015 -- 5:44 PM
Instead there is nothing displayed and the clock becomes the same width as a separator.
I am formatting based off the documentation for the clock plugin.
Two years and 7 months later, this problem still exists.
It works with the datetime plugin build from the git tree.
LOL... And again 7 months later, it still persists... Using %W in custom format breaks the clock...
Fortunately, the alternative datetime plugin is not broken like the default Clock....
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