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Gnome III Training

Dash To Panel


Dash to Panel is an icon taskbar for Gnome Shell. This extension moves the dash into the gnome main panel so that the application launchers and system tray are combined into a single panel, similar to that found in KDE Plasma and Windows 7+. A separate dock is no longer needed for easy access to running and favorited applications. Beyond that, just about every aspect of the panel is fully customizable. From positioning and scaling panel elements to running indicators to multi-monitor display, to window previews and even intellihide, Dash to Panel has everything you need to make your workspace feel like home.


Customizable appearance
Hide & show panel elements and set their positions, sizes & colors


        Customizable running indicators




        Set position, style, weight & color of running indicators to easily and quickly identify focused and unfocused applications


Live Previews on Hover
Hover over the launcher icon for an open application to get a live window preview


Launch by Number
Optionally launch your favorite applications via keyboard


Panel Intellihide
Hide and reveal the panel according to your set preferences


Additional Features Feature Implemented
Add "Show Desktop" button to panel  
Isolate running apps by workspaces and/or monitors  
Custom click behaviors (launch new window, cycle open windows, minimize, etc)  
Integrate native Gnome appMenu into right-click secondary menu  
Multi-monitor support  
Dynamic transparency  
Ungroup application windows  
Export and import settings  


7 hours

118,000 ₹

Know Pixel Saver


Pixel Saver

Pixel Saver is an extension for Gnome Shell that merge the activity bar and the title bar of maximized window. It is especially interesting for small screens, but MOAR pixels for your apps is always good! The extension has no configuration. Its behavior is made to mimic the one of the title bar and settings affecting the title bar should reflect in Pixel Saver. It Just Works! For applications using the modern GTK header bar, there are no space savings, but the application title is still displayed in the top panel to achieve a uniform appearance.

The title bar is completely gone and integrated to the activity bar.

It is largely inspired by bios and mathematicalcoffee's Window Buttons Extension and mathematicalcoffee's maximus extension and some code come from there. You may want to check theses out, especially if you want something more configurable. Get it! |---||----| Pixel saver has been available for a long time on (so it is on but it has not been updated there since 2016. New releases are in process of being reviewed (see #177). In the meantime, you can install the extension manually.

Manual install

From graphical interface


From terminal

# Clone repository git clone # Enter cloned directory cd pixel-saver # Switch to tag 1.20 git checkout tags/1.20 # copy to extensions directory cp -r -t ~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions # activate gnome-shell-extension-tool -e

At last, remember to reload GNOME Shell by pressing Alt + F2 and entering r .


Pixel Saver depends on Xorg's xprop and xwininfo utilities. If not already present on your system, these can be installed using:

  • Debian/Ubuntu: apt install x11-utils
  • Fedora/RHEL: dnf install xorg-x11-utils
  • Arch: pacman -S xorg-xprop Configuration Don't be silly! Screenshots If you want to see what the full desktop look like with this extension, you can check out what a unmaximized window looks like, as well as a maximized one.

7 hours

118,000 ₹

Explore GMail Watcher


An applet for the GNOME desktop environment, checking for new mail messages on GMail accounts, and allowing to archive or mark messages as read without using the web interface. GMail Watcher is based on the IMAP protocol.

7 hours

118,000 ₹

Fundamentals of gMobileMedia


File browser for mobile phones with drag n' drop support, image preview and multiple storage areas access (Depends on the phone model). Currently it has been tested with nokia devices. It is based on the gammu and the python-gammu libraries.

7 hours

118,000 ₹

Explore Zapping a Gnome TV viewer


This program provides the Gnome community with a powerful and easily extensible TV viewer. It will have most of the features you have in other TV viewers for Unix/Windows, but keeping the program open through plugins to fit your particular needs.

7 hours

118,000 ₹

Is learning Gnome III hard?

In the field of Gnome III learning from a live instructor-led and hand-on training courses would make a big difference as compared with watching a video learning materials. Participants must maintain focus and interact with the trainer for questions and concerns. In Qwikcourse, trainers and participants uses DaDesktop , a cloud desktop environment designed for instructors and students who wish to carry out interactive, hands-on training from distant physical locations.

Is Gnome III a good field?

For now, there are tremendous work opportunities for various IT fields. Most of the courses in Gnome III is a great source of IT learning with hands-on training and experience which could be a great contribution to your portfolio.

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