How to get rid of week numbers in the calendar?

When you click the clock in the lower right a calendar comes up, but it has the week numbers in it. I’ve search this forum and the internet, but couldn’t find a way to get rid of the week numbers. Is there a way to do that? Thanks.

So, you did not came across this discussion on XFCE forum?

xfce4-panel -clock provides a basic calendar that appears when clicked:

It is included in xfce4-panel by adding the item “Clock” to the panel.
xfce calendar

Edit: I never even noticed the week #'s there before. I apologize.

On my XFCE desktop calendar, the days of the week and the week number were the same font color as the day, so I added the below snippet to .config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css for contrast.

calendar.highlight { color: #D8D8D8 ; } 

logoff/on or xfce4-panel --restart

i compile it myself every time. it is mildly annoying.

I was able to successfully build it without the week numbers by using the Arch PKGBUILD and removing line 1370 in in plugins/clock clock.c from source and building from there. A proper patch would be the better method, but I have not figured that one out yet.

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