With the name of UnityFox Revived, This new addon of Mozilla Firefox allows you to place a progress bar on our Unity desktop to inform us of the status of our downloads. Something very useful if we do not want to be constantly on the lookout for when our files are completed.
The design of unity they make it a conducive environment on which to use notifications from our applications and Firefox is forced, almost hopelessly, the implementation of one that informs of such long processes waiting for its users. Installation of this component is quick and easy and does not require you to restart your browser to start using it.
UnityFox Revived is a redesign of the old UnityFox and allowed natively, receive notifications within the system about downloads which were made through the Mozilla Firefox browser.
The requirements for this browser add-on for this web browser are: a browser version higher than Firefox 39 and an operating system Ubuntu 15.10 or Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Although it is actually capable of running with anyone using a desktop with Unity and the DBus API).
The installation is performed directly and without interruptions, and even take place during the download of files, where the status of the notifier will be automatically updated in the environment.
the addon can even to be installed on KDE Plasma desktops version 5.6 and later, In this case the progress bar and the notification counter appear inside the window items of Firefox, in the Plasma Panel.
Try it now with this little program and it sure revitalizes you the way you browse and interact with your desktop.
source: OMG! Ubuntu.