[Network Monitor Applet] Up and downstream data rate should be displayable in the panel

Bug #219965 reported by over 5000 on 2008-04-20
2
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
Network Manager Applet
New
Wishlist
network-manager-applet (Ubuntu)
Wishlist
Unassigned

Bug Description

I know there is the netmon applet in the repos, but this
* is not in ubuntu by default
* is old (at least old looking)
* does not do anything else
* looks kind of amateurish in the panel (no icons, text only, weird text like "rx:" and "tx:"...)

And finally, I think this functionality should just be in a complete network monitor.
(Otherwise there's no reason to have it as a panel applet, at all...)

[This is a Feature Request / Wishlist item.]

Daniel T Chen (crimsun) on 2008-12-14
Changed in network-manager-applet:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
der_vegi (m-may) wrote :

Yeah, it would be nice to include something like this directly in the network-manager-applet. For example some additional symbols showing if traffic occurs like in this ugly mockup. ;)
Gnome-netstatus-applet is nice, but why have two applets, if this could be unified in one?

Alexander Sack (asac) wrote :

so you want flashing/animation on network-traffic or what is this bug about? can you please update the bug title accordingly?

Changed in network-manager-applet:
status: New → Incomplete

Marking Confirmed. This is not a feature in network-manager-applet. Will upstream this as a feature request.

summary: - [Network Monitor Applet] Up and downstream should be displayable in the
- panel.
+ [Network Monitor Applet] Up and downstream data rate should be
+ displayable in the panel
Changed in network-manager-applet (Ubuntu):
status: Incomplete → Confirmed
Changed in network-manager-applet:
importance: Unknown → Wishlist
status: Unknown → New
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