XFCE clock show wrong time by one hour, KDE shows correct time

On 03 Oct 2020, UK;
XFCE clock in task bar shows time wrongly. One hour in advance of system time.
KDE desktop clock shows correct time.
I believe this reported in Bugzilla but unable to log in to check

It is a known bug affecting Gnome https://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1178349

Don’t know if XFCE is also affected.

You could try downgrading the packages “timezone” and “timezone-java” to 2020a-lp152.2.1 to see if that cures the problem.

20201105 at 13.28 GMT
XFCE clock now updated and show correct time. Thanks to all in XFCE team

The examples in the SUSE Bug Report all have “Network time” enabled – in other words, they all have the systemd timesync daemon (SNTP) running – as well as a NTP daemon – probably chrony but, there’s no explicit reference …
[HR][/HR]I’m wondering if, they have both a SNTP daemon and a NTP daemon running and, the SNTP source in /etc/systemd/timesyncd.conf doesn’t match to the NTP source used by the NTP daemon (possibly chrony) that, this is causing the issue …
[HR][/HR]Plus, a possible conflict between setting the system time via SNTP and NTP …