I use the datetime-plugin more than one time, to split different
information by a separator ( e.g. Week of Year, date )
After the last update (now I'm using Xfce Version 4.0.6) e.g. the datetime
plugin was only used to show the Week of Year (Date was "KW %U") and Time
was left blank, but after xfce was restartet the time-field was set back to its
standard values (%H:%M).
Steps to Reproduce:
1. set a inputfield of datetime-plugin to blank
2. restart xfce
3. the inputfields, which was left blank are set back to standard values
The fields which has been left blank to be unvisible, are shown again.
Save the empty values and hide the blank fields as it has done before.
If the field which is wanted to be empty is filled with a space, the
standard values are not filled back in.
This makes this bug more trivial, and is only a matter of nice formatting ...
I suggest that you use spaces for empty format.
Anyway, I thought that if the user delete whole format string, program should
reset the format string to the default value. But now I don't.
How about make a button in preference window which explicitly reset the format
to the default values?
Adding a "reset"-button to the preferences window is a appropriate
solution I think. +1
fixed in 4.4
can be done with orage-clock in 4.4