How to Remove the Analogue Clock from Latte Dock

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Using latte dock 0.10.2 on Feren OS Gallium. I notice that there is an analog clock towards the right of the dock by default, which I cannot remove. When I right click on other launchers, I always get an option to unpin them, but not from the clock. Even after browsing through other settings, I am at a loss. Here is a screenshot.

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How to remove this? Any guidance would be helpful.
 


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It's been awhile since I've used Latte dock but If I remember right. you place the cursor on the panel and CRTL right click to get into the settings menu and you can disable it from there.
 

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Right click on it and there is an option to remove analog clock.
 
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It's been awhile since I've used Latte dock but If I remember right. you place the cursor on the panel and CRTL right click to get into the settings menu and you can disable it from there.
Ctrl+Right Click does nothing. When I go to configure latte dock (do not know if that is what you mean by settings menu) I see no option as such.
 
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Right click on it and there is an option to remove analog clock.
There is no option to remove analog clock. For all other items on the dock, there is an option to unpin them, which is absent for analog clock as well.
 

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There is no option to remove analog clock. For all other items on the dock, there is an option to unpin them, which is absent for analog clock as well.
Looks like the analog clock was right on your desktop. If it's on the latte docks dock or panel do this: right click on the dock or panel > click "Edit Dock" > Hover over what you to delete > then click the trash bin icon.
 

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Which distro and what version of Latte-dock are you using? In Mx--KDE with latte dock you right click on the Latte-dock panel
This brings up a list at the bottom of the list it say dock settings. Click on that. That should bring you to a page with Behavior, Appearance, and tasks near the top. At the very bottom of the that page you will see and option to Rearrange and configure your widgets. click on that and then right click on the clock and choose remove. Done. Good luck.
 
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Which distro and what version of Latte-dock are you using? In Mx--KDE with latte dock you right click on the Latte-dock panel
This brings up a list at the bottom of the list it say dock settings. Click on that. That should bring you to a page with Behavior, Appearance, and tasks near the top. At the very bottom of the that page you will see and option to Rearrange and configure your widgets. click on that and then right click on the clock and choose remove. Done. Good luck.
This is it.Thanks for helping. For me, it does not read Dock Settings, but Edit Dock. But I could find a way to rearrange the widgets.

By the way, to answer your question, I am using lattedock 0.10.2 on Feren OS Gallium.
 

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This is it.Thanks for helping. For me, it does not read Dock Settings, but Edit Dock. But I could find a way to rearrange the widgets.

By the way, to answer your question, I am using lattedock 0.10.2 on Feren OS Gallium.
Glad you got it. Never used Feren OS and was using Latte-dock .0.9.11 so that may be the difference in nomenclature. In any event glad to help. enjoy!
 
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