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To do this you will need to install the GNOME Shell extension Activities Configurer. Once you have installed this extension you can configure it in the gnome-tweak-tool's Extensions section: By clicking on the: Button next to it. And then as well as many other things you will be able to change the top panel colour and its level of transparency:
As mentioned in my comment, I have just been looking for this myself (at your prompting) and the best I've come up with at this stage is a 20x2 LCD display (likely HD44780 or compatible unit) which would have some micro-controller behind it. On that page I saw that someone had already mentioned LCD Smartie (a site I frequented year ago)which could be used to ...
Right click on the top panel. Then, go to Panel > Panel Preferences. Now, under the Display tab, make sure there is no check mark in the Lock Panel box. Next, move your mouse to the very top edge of the screen and double click and hold the second click down to "grab" the top panel and bring the panel directly straight down by moving the mouse directly ...
Install gnome classic to make changes to your bar First, run this command sudo apt-get update Next, run this following command sudo apt-get install gnome-session-fallback
Primitive theme creator - http://chromizer.com/ - just few clicks.
Try installing this extension for GNOME. It is called "Freon." https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/841/freon/
The answer doesn't provide a way to create an indicator, however it does provide an alternative. The core idea is to use graphical list of script to launch them. Script The script bellow uses array of full paths to favorite scripts , which user may want to launch. The following script is suggested to be saved in personal $HOME/bin folder and made ...
An easy way to move the panel to the bottom of the screen is MMOD Panel by rik. Open the link in Firefox and activate the extension with the switch in the left area. The extension also works in GNOME 3.18 (tested on my system). Screenshot taken from here
You can create a custom launcher icon to execute your scripts. Open your favourite text editor and copy the snippet below: [Desktop Entry] Encoding=UTF-8 Name=My Scripts Name[de]=Meine Skripte Exec=myscript_0.sh Terminal=true Type=Application Icon=terminal StartupNotify=true Actions=ContextMenu1;ContextMenu2 [Desktop Action ContextMenu1] Name=Run script 1 ...
This question is more geared towards Cpanel then Ubuntu. Also Cpanel doesn't support Ubuntu. Interworx has support for Ubuntu and does something similar though. http://www.interworx.com/ If you want to set a static ip then just edit this file sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces Not sure what your file will look exactly like, but you need to have it look ...
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