Mint 12 "Move clock" too far right? (screenshot inside)

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hydn
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Mint 12 "Move clock" too far right? (screenshot inside)

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Below is my Mint 12 Gnome Shell screenshots. I'm using the Frippery "move clock" extension but it moves the clock too far right. How can I manually fix this so that the shutdown menu is the "after" the clock?

thanks!

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Re: Mint 12 "Move clock" too far right? (screenshot inside)

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Works for me simply turning it off and turning it on again - otherwise I think esteban1uy has a set of extensions that ensures its far right position over in the Get classic.... thread
Thank you for this thread. That’s all I can say. You most definitely have made this forum into something special. You clearly know what you are doing, you’ve covered so many bases. Thanks!
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Re: Mint 12 "Move clock" too far right? (screenshot inside)

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Will try that thread. Also turn it off log out and turn it on and log out and in didn't help. So will try thread.
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Re: Mint 12 "Move clock" too far right? (screenshot inside)

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Reinstalled OS and went over things and works perfectly now! I was gonna use Mate but I want the Gnome 3 benefits and Mate is basically Gnome 2 as intended.
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Re: Mint 12 "Move clock" too far right? (screenshot inside)

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There is a issue with the extensions loading order. As I can see from your pictures, you've installed reflections extension.
And I guess you installed move-clock extension AFTER that.

Remember to always install reflections as the last extension!

If not, you can always fix it by deleting reflections extension folder (at /usr/share/gnome shell/extensions), restarting Gnome-shell (Alt+F r), then installing reflections and restarting shell again.
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Re: Mint 12 "Move clock" too far right? (screenshot inside)

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Thanks yes i installed last this time by pure luck. So that wad it. Tux
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