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Ubuntu 11.10 move the clock from the middle

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gnome2-logo-text-194Q. I've installed Gnome instead of Unity on Ubuntu 11.10, now my clock is the middle of the screen. How do I move it?

A.The process is fairly easy, once again, I don't know why they've changed it from what it was:

1. Hold Alt (it may be Windows key instead) and right-click the clock.

2. Once clicked, you'll get an option to Move or Remove From Panel. Then you can drag it around the bar.

gnome move clock

The same applies for widgets and other options that previously just required a right-click.

 

 

Comments (4)
sanity is scarce...
4 Friday, 17 February 2012 11:07
mickhogan
Thanks! ALT plus right-click on panel bar, then choose 'Add to Panel' to add your widgets. Hey! So obvious, a Canonical employee coulda figured it out..,. ;)
Thanks
3 Wednesday, 01 February 2012 10:50
Regis
This work for me too.
Thanks a lot for the answer.
Worked for me
2 Tuesday, 22 November 2011 07:37
Dominic
Worked with holding the Alt key.

There are many bugs in the damn thing, such as when you minimize the file copy progress bar it disappears.

Big disappointment.
Does not work
1 Friday, 18 November 2011 18:42
sawtooth
Ubuntu 11.10, Gnome 3 (at least with a custom theme)

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