Gnome’s tweak tool that allows users to change Gnome Shell and GTK themes, enable/disable extensions, set fonts preferences, set desktop functionality and so much more was a little late to update to 3.6.0 but it brought some long awaited things to be happy about!
Unfortunately still not a part of Gnome Settings but surely enriched and sufficiently improved this time!
First thing you will probably notice is the new typing options from where you can set how you want various functions to be called from the keyboard.
The other very important thing is the ability to set open the extension preferences dialog straight from the tweak tool. This was something that we all wished for and is good to finally see it happen :)
The rest improvements/additions include the support for input sources, translation updates and a power-button actions menu where you can choose what you want your power button to work like. And that is a very happy end to the very much debated power button issue.
Some times I wonder, how hard was it to make things like that from the beginning and avoid all the querulousness….but let’s not be negative anymore! The new tweak tool is better and offers more, so happy tweaking everyone!