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Note: the answer will be edited in near future. The indicator is being updated to add a few more things Introduction Here it is: SergKolo/lks-indicator This (lks-indicator) is an indicator app for Linux that displays status of Lock keys (Scroll, Caps and Num) in the panel. It parses the output of xset q to get information. Installation Download the ZIP....


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The differences might seem subtle in actual usage, but: libappindicator1 is bound via GTK2 libappindicator3-1 is bound via GTK3. There may be deeper stuff that you can look into but that should get you pointed in the right direction. Nothing to do with the version of Python. All the heavy lifting is done through GObject introspection. Oh there does seem ...


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It turns out this is really easy! MATE-Tweak, built into the default installation of Ubuntu MATE, has an option to enable these indicators Under Interface, check the box Enable keyboard LED And now you have three key lock icons in your indicator panel - one for each key. Here's what it looks like when Caps Lock is on but the other locks are off:


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Note: As of right now it is not possible to measure power consumption of laptop on AC adapter or a desktop computer via software means. Even other OS such as windows requires having external hardware sensors to provide that information. If you want indicator for desktop computer , this answer won't work for you I have written an indicator that monitors ...


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Note: this answer may be edited in the near future . The indicator is being updated Introduction I have written an indicator that displays status of the lock keys dynamically . While originally this indicator was intended for Unity , it has also been tested on Ubuntu Mate 16.04 and proven to be a working solution as well. Installation The indicator is ...


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There is a checkbox in the sound settings: Show sound volume in the menu bar This activates the sound indicator.


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I have not tried installing on Ubuntu 16.04 but I have on Linux Mint 18 which is based on Ubuntu 16.04. I found that I have to install the kdeconnect-plasma package (which brings a LOT of dependencies with it) to get KDEConnect working. For those who may not know, open a terminal & type apt install kdeconnect-plasma You may have to run the command as ...


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Use the TopIcons Gnome extension: Go to https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/495/topicons/ Allow the website integration Flip the switch to "On" Accept Immediately, the indicators move to the top bar, and the left-bottom bar disappears



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