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set_right_justified() is deprecated since GTK3.2 anyway and should be replaced by gtk_widget_set_hexpand or gtk_widget_set_halign Edit: Save yourself the time with porting to GTK3, these methods don't work either. Here's your ported example: #!/usr/bin/python #coding=utf-8 from gi.repository import Gtk from gi.repository import AppIndicator3 as ...
Unity no longer uses the old applet system. Instead, there are indicators. One such indicator is indicator-multiload, which shows CPU and memory usage. It is included in Ubuntu's repositories and can be installed using your package manager of choice. On a general note: Unity is not based on Gnome 2, it just uses GTK2-based programs like Gnome 2 did.
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