Upgrades the Topbar in Gnome3, creating a customizable panel and providing options for fine-tuning your Desktop Experience. Features include: ▸ Set comfort levels to provide theme support and fine-tune the overall look and feel of the panel. ▸ Set the location/position of the panel (bottom by default). ▸ Add a button to the panel in place of the activities link, using an icon of your preference. ▸ Auto-hide the panel when not active/in-focus (makes use of pressure/gesture for showing the panel). ▸ Display and manage your favorites/running apps directly on the panel. ▸ Move the date menu to the aggregate/tray area. ▸ Access and manage your extension preferences directly from the aggregate menu. ▸ Customize behavior of the overview and panel(hot-corners/animations/effects) to suit your preferences. ▸ More to come soon! This project is loosely based on the Panel Settings extension: https://github.com/eddiefullmetal/gnome-shell-extensions/tree/master/panelSettings%40eddiefullmetal.gr Sadly, Panel Settings has not seen any maintenance in years, though this is why I decided to create MMOD Panel. I also took inspiration from the following Gnome extensions: System-Monitor, Taskbar, and DashToDock. For those of you who are wondering, the theme used in the screen shot is the Zukitwo-Dark-Shell Shell Theme; everything else is default Gnome on Debian Jessie. However, the author of the aforementioned shell theme has changed the name for various reasons to Ciliora-Prima-Shell - which can be found here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=165096 Version 8 (1.1.1-8) for Gnome-Shell: 3.10, 3.12, 3.12.2, 3.14, 3.14.4, 3.16, 3.16.2, 3.18, 3.20, 3.22, 3.24, 3.26, 3.26.2, 3.28 Rik <email@example.com> German Translation(s) for MMOD-Panel courtesy of Jonius Zeidler <firstname.lastname@example.org> Source Repository: https://gitlab.com/mmod/mmod-panel/
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