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Old 11th June 2011, 09:34 PM
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Gnome3 Fallback: System-Monitor Applet

Hi All,
Finally figured out how to make "Alt+Right click" work; to add applets to panels (had to turn off num-lock)..Now am trying to find out how to add the "System-Monitor" applet to the available list..(It's the one applet I want most)... Have spent hours searching.. Sure would appreciate it if somebody could point me in the right direction.. Thanks in advance!
F-25, 64 bit, Mate Desktop

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Old 30th July 2011, 03:26 PM
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Re: Gnome3 Fallback: System-Mgr. Applet

Hi All,
Just bumping this.. Hoping somebody has found a way to add the "system monitor" applet..
Thanks in advance..
F-25, 64 bit, Mate Desktop
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