Jupiter is a Gnome applet you can use on your netbook or laptop to switch between maximum, high performance and power saving mode, change the resolution and orientation of the screen, enable or disable the bluetooth, touchpad, WiFi. Jupiter also comes with Eeepc SHE (Super Hybrid Engine) support.
As you probably know, the Ubuntu 11.04 panel doesn't let you add applets - it's not that panel is locked like it was in Ubuntu 10.04 Netbook Edition, it simply doesn't support applets (it doesn't have such a feature) as the top Unity panel is not a Gnome panel.
DockBarX 0.40 has been released last night, bringing the following changes:
-The default theme has changed. The new default theme DBX is made by BigRZA. It's made to look good with Radiance and Ambiance. (The old default theme is still included under the name Old.)
-Another theme by BigRZA, Sunny Colors is also included by default
Your favourite music player is not supported by the new Ubuntu 10.10 sound menu or not using Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat yet?
Sometime things break. It can be Compiz, the Gnome panels and so on. And if you cannot access their options, you cannot remove the faulty settings so one way to solve this would be to completely reset their settings.
Cardapio is a main menu replacement for GNOME which comes with a lot of useful features and plugins. It can run as a GNOME panel applet or as a stand-alone application.
Window Applets (which we've covered before) are 2 separate applets f
[...] DockbarX is a taskbar with grouping and group manipulation for Linux.
You can set the Gnome panel transparency through it's settings but:
1. That's not true transparency.
I used some Compiz settings and Namebar to hide the Windows titlebars and display the window title and buttons on the Gnome panel.
Some Nice and Polished Gnome Panel Backgrounds you can use in any Ubuntu version.