However, this volume icon is not enough to fix volume keys => need PulseAudio plugin. It is quicker than opening up a terminal to run a command. Using it on your Xfce desktop, you'll get an icon-only taskbar with support for pinning Adélie User aarch64 Official xfce4-netload-plugin-1.3.2-r0.apk: Network monitor plugin for the XFCE panel: Adélie User x86_64 Official xfce4-netload-plugin-1.3.2-r0.apk xfce-extra/xfce4-mount-plugin: Provides a handy method of mounting devices listed in /etc/fstab just by clicking the mouse. xfce-extra/xfce4-verve-plugin: A small command line embedded into the panel. xfce4-netload-plugin network load monitor plugin for the Xfce4 panel × I am running XFCE 4.14 on siduction. Docklike Plugin is a dock-like taskbar for the Xfce panel. xfce4-mount-plugin-0.6.4.tar.bz2 Dependencies Except for the panel (and its headers, if you want to build the plugin on your own), you don't need any additional packages. Every time I have to connect to wifi using wifi-menu from the terminal.To switch to Network manager I have installed networkmanager and the nm-applet but the problem is I can see the icon but when I click on the icon it shows "Network manager is not running..". Suspend and Resume work as expected from the command line. Every time I restart my computer I get a new network icon on my Notification Area Plug-in from the main Panel...I have attached also a print screen... Any ideas? Re: [Solved] xfce4-Netload-Plugin problem If I try to edit my Network Connection, it's listed as em1. ***** ***** xfce4-netspeed-plugin ***** ***** xfce4-netspeed-plugin shows the instant download / upload speed in the Xfce Panel. However if I right-click on the connection applet and look at the Connection Information, it … [SOLVED]How to enable network manager in Xfce4? This is a great alternative to GNOME and KDE, for CentOS 7.0 servers. It also works from the menu within Xfce4, however, I cannot change the System power saving settings from within the Xfce Power Manager plugin… xfce-extra/xfce4-sensors-plugin A default XFCE panel has the volume icon, but that belongs to the Notification Area group, which contains Network, Volume and others. I recently acquired a ThinkPad T480 and installed FreeBSD 11.2 with XFCE4. CentOS 6 - Xfce 4.8 (EPEL) CentOS 7 - Xfce 4.10. Buster:(0.5.1-1) Stretch:(0.5.0-1) Xfce panel plugin which serves as client for MPD music player www; xfce4-netload-plugin Buster:(1.3.1-2) Stretch:(1.2.4-2) network load monitor plugin for the Xfce4 panel www; xfce4-notes Buster:(1.8.1-2) Stretch:(1.8.1-1) Notes application for the Xfce4 desktop www; xfce4-notes-plugin