clock-applet

Table 2.4. clock-applet keys

KeyTypeDefaultDescription
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/formatstring  This key specifies the hour format used by the clock applet. Possible values are "12-hour", "24-hour", "internet", "unix" and "custom". If set to "internet", the clock will display Internet time. The Internet time system divides the day into 1000 ".beats". There are no time zones in this system, so time is the same all over the world. If set to "unix", the clock will display time in seconds since Epoch, i.e. 1970-01-01. If set to "custom", the clock will display time according to the format specified in the custom_format key.
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/custom_formatstring  This key specifies the format used by the clock applet when the format key is set to "custom". You can use conversion specifiers understood by strftime() to obtain a specific format.
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/show_secondsboolfalseIf true, display seconds in time.
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/show_dateboolfalseIf true, display date in the clock, in addition to time.
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/show_tooltipbooltrue If true, show date in a tooltip when the pointer is over the clock.
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/gmt_timeboolfalse If true, display time in Universal Coordinated Time zone.
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/config_toolstring This key specifies the program to run in order to configure the time.
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/show_week_numbersbooltrue If true, show week numbers in the calendar.
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/hour_formatint12 The use of this key was deprecated in GNOME 2.6 in favour of the 'format' key. The schema is retained for compatibility with older versions.
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/unix_timeboolfalse The use of this key was deprecated in GNOME 2.6 in favour of the 'format' key. The schema is retained for compatibility with older versions.
/schemas/apps/clock_applet/prefs/internet_timeboolfalse The use of this key was deprecated in GNOME 2.6 in favour of the 'format' key. The schema is retained for compatibility with older versions.