Using GNOME/Applets

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An applet is a small program that sits and runs on the panel. This chapter is a guide to all the applets available for GNOME.

Accessories[edit]

  • Clock
  • Dictionary Lookup
  • Sticky notes
  • Stock ticker
  • Weather report

Actions[edit]

  • Force Quit
  • Lock
  • Log out
  • Run
  • Screenshot
  • Search
  • Show Desktop

Amusements[edit]

  • Fish
  • Geyes

Internet[edit]

  • Inbox monitor
  • Modem lights
  • Wireless link monitor

Multimedia[edit]

  • CD player
  • Volume Control

Utility[edit]

  • Battery Charge Monitor
  • Character Palette
  • Command line
  • Disk Mounter
  • Keyboard Accessibility Status
  • Notification Area
  • System Monitor
  • Window List
  • Window Selector
  • Workspace Switcher

Others[edit]

  • Launcher
  • Launcher from Menu
  • Main Menu
  • Menu Bar
  • Drawer
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