GNOME Extensions

33 Excellent GNOME Desktop Extensions (Updated 2020)

28. Caffeine

Caffeine

Caffeine is one of the simplest extensions included in this roundup. It lets you disable the screensaver and auto suspend.

It’s not an extension we often use, but it’s popular among many GNOME aficionados.

This project is looking for a new maintainer.

Website: github.com/eonpatapon/gnome-shell-extension-caffeine


29. Recent Items

Recent ItemsRecent Items is an extension that shows a list of recently accessed files.

Left clicking on an entry opens that file or folder.

And there’s also support for right click, which opens the folder containing the selected file.

It supports the following media-types: Text, image, audio, video, application, multipart, message, and model.

Website: github.com/bananenfisch/RecentItems


30. Top Panel Workspace Scroll

Top Panel Workspace Scroll

Top Panel Workspace Scroll lets you change workspaces by scrolling while over the top panel in Gnome Shell.

Website: github.com/timbertson/gnome-shell-scroll-workspaces


Next page: Page 11 – System monitor, Frippery Panel Favorites, Removable Drive Menu

Pages in this article:
Page 1 – Dash to Dock, PaperWM, Arc Menu
Page 2 – Window List, TaskBar 2020, OpenWeather
Page 3 – TopIcons Plus, GSConnect, Screenshot Tool
Page 4 – Drop Down Terminal X, Auto Move Windows, Internet Radio
Page 5 – ShellTile, you2ber, Mpris Indicator Button
Page 6 – NetSpeed, Workspaces-to-Dock, Clipboard Indicator
Page 7 – Switcher, Timezone, Places Status Indicator
Page 8 – Time ++, Coverflow Alt-Tab, Extensions
Page 9 – Gno-Menu, Desktop Icons, Activities Configurator
Page 10 – Caffeine, Recent Items, Top Panel Workspace Scroll
Page 11 – System monitor, Frippery Panel Favorites, Removable Drive Menu


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