Re: Netspeed applet replacement and other stuff?
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Svante Signell <svante.signell@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: >Looks like the fallback alternative is gone, so I have to use the >default mess oh, you must mean the current awesomeness. GNOME3 has been a real pleasure to use and definativelly improves my productivity. > if not switching to some other WM :-( GNOME is really more of a DE than a mere WM. > Is there a >replacement for the netspeed applet available? The is an extension that add GNOME System Monitor graphs to the notification bar. >Is there any settings that at least mimics the looks-and-feel of gnome >2 available??? Of course not, this is GNOME3. >Another question: How do I switch between to applications running in >two >work areas or (whatever it is called now). Alt-Tab To switch, now I have to >move >the mouse to the upper left corner, Alt-F1 >application (if I can find it there, no icons with titles any longer). ??? u get a thumbail of the actual window >The going back the same procedure again, not productive in my opinion. Dramatically more productive in my opinion. -- Adam Tauno Williams _______________________________________________ gnome-list mailing list gnome-list@xxxxxxxxx http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-list
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