App indicators in Ubuntu Gnome 15.10
sanjayc2911 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 02:36:38 UTC 2015
I have been using Ubuntu GNOME for several months back, and have been
very satisfied with the performance and usability. I started with 15.04,
so I was very excited to upgrade to 15.10. The 15.10 seems faster on my
Dell laptop than 15.04, and everything is generally fine.
I have a little problem with the app indicators. I had installed
libappindicator1 in 15.04, and it took all my icons from the system tray
to the top bar. With 15.10, libappindicator1 seems unsupported. Instead,
I have to work with a hidden panel in the bottom left, which comes out
when I click on the arrow at its head. It is just too many clicks. Also
psensor does not seem properly supported. I do not get the quick glance
dropdown on clicking psensor icon, and have to get data from the graph.
Is there any way I can get the icons to the top bar? I tried TopIcons
GNOME extension, but all the icons do not come to the top, as the icon
to icon distance is too high. So any other alternatives?
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