PhrozenClock is a Gtk-based clock application, similar to the clocks available in KDE and Windows. It has many advanced features, including foreign language support. Spanish language support is implemented.
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Release Notes: This release patches bugs that many users of Python 2.3 experienced.
Release Notes: This release is the first stable PyGtk-2 port. It adds a partial French translation, fixes a major installation bug, and resolves an issue experienced by users not using a bash shell.
Release Notes: The program now properly probes for the location of /etc/localtime and the zoneinfo directory, and distinguishes between legitimate Glibc zoneinfo files and .ics zoneinfo files. Start-up errors are now handled more gracefully. Support for the TZDEFAULT, TZ, and TZDIR environment variables was added, and a Traditional Chinese translation and a Russian help file were added.
Release Notes: Russian language support has been completed and added to this release. An internal help system has been added with support for both English and Spanish. Keyboard shortcut support has been greatly improved. Some minor code cleanup has been done.
Release Notes: This release removes the dependency on the GtkExtra module, provides more legible dialogs, and includes and new internal bug tracking and reporting tool.