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  • Analog Neon Clock

    Replace digital clock with Analog Neon Clock for >3.4. Replaces the normal time/date but not the calender. Placement preference now available(except 3.8). Colors can be changed via css, for now I added color notes in the css, a preference to change themes will come soon.

  • Battery Power Statistics Shortcut

    Adds a shortcut to open Power Statistics from the battery indicator. Incredibly useful for laptop users. Now compatible with the system-monitor extension http://tinyurl.com/sysmon Depends on: gnome-power-statistics todo:rework placement

  • Blank Screen

    For 3.2-3.10-Adds a Blank Screen option, to turn the screen off, to the User Menu (aka status menu). For higher than 3.10 please see: https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/897/turn-off-display/ Also works from, and doesn't close, the Activites Overview. Useful if you have a long lock time set and/or just want to turn the screen off without locking it. Credit to xtranophilist.

  • Hide Clock aka dateMenu

    Obsolete: this would seem silly to do as of 3.16 and was only a conceptual project. A very simple extension to hide the panel clock. This functions best by hiding the clock in the center, and *might* or *might not* work with the Windows List or Move Clock. (credit Obsidien, for his help & switch code)

  • Network Connections Shortcut

    Obsolete and final release as of 3.8. https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=696793 Click to read more. Quickly launch Network Connections from the Network Menu. Having to find and launch Network Connections to edit or remove WiFi connections can be pesky, but this should help ease that frustration. This requires nm-connection-editor be installed first if it is not already, to find out if it is installed just run nm-connection-editor from a terminal

  • Overview On Startup

    A simple extension with a primary task of launching the Overview at each start of Gnome Shell, e.g on login. Influenced by @gevera, the Applications/Frequent view is default, but has an option to show the Windows view.

  • Pulse Audio Shortcuts

    Adds a PulseAudio shortcuts menu to the Volume Menu. GS >= 3.4 can manage the displayed shortcuts via the prefs tool. The shortcuts are displayed above Sound Settings, and also get added above various 'SoundMenu' extensions which force themselves to load at a desired position, we do no such forcing here. The 'PulseAudio' menu text can also be modified via the prefs tool. (Credit: lmedinas, Xes)

  • SettingsCenter

    Settings Center is a customizable drop-down menu for quickly launching frequently used apps in Gnome:Shell via the user/aggregate menu. Originally created by XES.

  • Show Desktop Button

    Places a button to the left(default) of the App Menu to hide all windows, and the Overview if active, and show the current desktop. Panel location can be changed via prefs. The visible icon changes when you have toggled hiding/showing of the desktop. Can now be controlled via space/keyboard as well, when hovered, this can be achieved with ctrl/alt/tab/panel/arrows/space or enter. Eventually actual keybinding will happen(v22??).

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