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    Which gnome applets do you use?

    Aside from the ones that come default that is. I use deskbar, weather, and tomboy.

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    Re: Which gnome applets do you use?

    i use these. they are(from l to r): show desktop, notifications are(showing gdeklets running), system monitor, gnome sensor applet(showing temperature graph), hardware monitor(showing RAM usage), gnome-search-tool, gconf-editor, terminal, day planner, tomboy, firefox, gtodo, gnome stickynotes, volume applet, and force quit.
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    Re: Which gnome applets do you use?

    System Monitor
    Network Monitor
    Weather
    Tomboy
    Force Quit

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    Re: Which gnome applets do you use?

    Lock Screen
    Network Shortcuts
    Weather
    And then Gdesklets to create a launcher bar of my most commonly used progs

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    Re: Which gnome applets do you use?

    System Monitor
    Network Monitor (the one that shows speed as numbers)
    Network Monitor (the icon one showing wireless signal quality)
    Sensors Applet
    Battery Monitor
    CPU Speed Monitor
    Tomboy
    Wanda the Fish
    Deskbar
    Music Applet (can't live without it)
    Keyboard Indicator
    Terminal Server Client (might remove it soon)
    Weather Applet
    Window Selector

    and of course the default set
    Gnome Menu
    Trash Applet
    Volume Applet
    Logoff Applet
    Clock
    Show Desktop Button
    Window List
    Notification Area
    Workspace Selector

    and a couple of launchers.

    Some of the hardware-related stuff is only on the laptop though.

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    Re: Which gnome applets do you use?

    I have these applets (from left to right) on a single panel sitting on the bottom:

    Gnome App/Places/System menu
    Firefox launcher
    Home folder launcher
    Synaptic launcher
    Deskbar
    Windows Selector
    Notification Area
    Timer applet (not default, got it through Synaptic, very handy)
    Weather Applet
    Volume
    Trash
    Clock

    I use to have the Show Desktop button at the far right but then I installed Brightside which lets me just throw my cursor to the corner to show the desktop. I also used to have the Workspace switcher but now I just switch workspaces using keyboard hotkeys.
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    Re: Which gnome applets do you use?

    weather and one drawer.

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    Re: Which gnome applets do you use?

    Top centre: Disk Mounter
    Bottom, towards the right: Lock Keys (I have a wireless keyboard), System Monitor, Force Quit

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    Re: Which gnome applets do you use?

    Menu, some launchers, weather, date, show desktop, taskbar, trash, network monitor, volume control.

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    Re: Which gnome applets do you use?

    Not much besides the default, just Deskbar in the lower right corner and System Monitor, Tomboy, and Netapplet in the upper right.

    As for shortcuts I just have a few for epiphany, evolution, geany and synaptic.

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