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Do you need to manage your work time with Pomodoro technique? Do you use GNOME Shell? Then GNOME Pomodoro by Kamil Prusko is the right utility program for you. Once installed, GNOME Pomodoro will act like an extension and be placed on the top panel so you can control it from GNOME Tweak Tool.

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Do you want to move the GNOME Shell default hidden bottom-left system tray to the top-right on the top panel? If so, then TopIcons Plus extension by phocean is for you. This will make any of your tray application shows its icon always on the top panel.

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Do you want to easily change proxy setting from the top panel? If you are using GNOME Shell, then Proxy Switcher by flannable is the right extension for you. This allows you to do single click to change either using a proxy or no proxy for the whole system. It is basically same with changing proxy settings manually in GNOME System Settings, but Proxy Switcher makes it easier.

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Do you want bottom dock like in OS X or elementary OS? If you are using GNOME Shell, then Dash to Dock by michele-g is the right extension for you. It helps you to turn the original left-vertical panel in GNOME Shell overview into a dock and control it freely. You even can put the dock in any position of your screen by this extension.

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Do you want audio player indicator on the GNOME Shell top panel? Then Media Player Indicator (by eon) is the right extension for you. It supports Rhythmbox, Banshee, Clementine, and another media players that support MPRIS2 technology. It is similar with the media player indicator you find in Unity.

Install


Follow our instruction about installing GNOME Shell Extension. You will get Media Player Indicator (MPI) showing as a new entry on the top panel once your media player is playing.



Features


(1) When you start a media player (e.g. Rhythmbox), the new entry will be shown on your top panel system tray by a musical icon. When you quit the media player, that entry disappears. 



(2) The MPI user interface is very simple when you pull the tray down. It is a single entry named with your media player name (e.g. Rhythmbox), showing the audio and album title, showing control buttons (play, stop, previous, next), showing the time indicator and slider.


(3) When its playing an audio track, then you close the media player window (e.g. Rhythmbox), it continues playing the audio track (won't quit). But when there is no track playing, when you close the media player window, the MPI icon on the top panel will also quit.  Tip: to open the media player window, just click the track title area.

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Do you need a realtime indicator showing upload/download speed in your GNOME Shell top panel? If so, then Netspeed is a right extension for you. It docks on your panel and showing current network traffic speed in numerical values continuously. It is basically similar with another extension such as Ping Indicator.

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If you want a simple realtime indicator showing ping result on your top panel in GNOME, then Ping Indicator (by trifonovkv) is exactly the Shell extension for you. It's really simple, just always show you a realtime value of a ping command to a specific destination. It helps you simply to determine whether the network is up or down. It won't be overrided by any application window, to compare it with any desktop widget. Here how to install and configure it. This tutorial is intended for GNOME Shell users only.

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Do you like to create some video tutorials? Are you using GNOME 3? Then just use EasyScreenCast extension to record the screen and your voice, into a video by just clicking a button in the top panel. Sounds interesting? Let we show you how here.

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