Various applets for the GNOME panel - binary files
DescriptionKeyboard Accessibility Status: indicates keyboard accessibility settings, including the current state of the keyboard, if those features are in use. Battery Charge Monitor: monitors the power subsystem on a laptop. Brightness: provides a way to adjust screen brightness. Character palette: provides a convenient way to access non-standard characters, such as accented characters, mathematical symbols, special symbols, and punctuation marks. Command: shows the output of a command. CPUFreq: CPU frequency scaling monitor. Disk Mounter: lets you mount and unmount drives and file systems. Eyes: pair of eyes which follow the mouse pointer around the screen. Weather Report: shows the current weather conditions, and forecasts. Inhibit: allows you to inhibit automatic power saving. Invest: lets you track your invested money. Modem Monitor: lets you activate and monitor a dial-up network connection. System Monitor: a system load indicator. Network Monitor (Netspeed): shows how much traffic occurs on a network device (ethernet card, wireless LAN card, or dial-up). Sticky Notes: lets you create, view, and manage sticky notes on the desktop. Search Bar: allows you to find your data quickly using Tracker. Timer: lets you start a timer and receive a notification when it is finished. Trash: lets you drag items to the trash folder. Window Picker applet: window switcher showing only icons, not titles.
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