Some UI changes in Shell’s extension preferences tool.
An easy way to tweak Ubuntu’s Unity!
Shell continues to bring exceptional keyboard support! This time <Super>+Home/End will jump to the first/last workspace!
Tweak Tool is accepting patches for app folder management.
How to create App-Folders on GNOME Shell, without Software.
Shell won’t support black backrounds..
Small screens resolution like 1024×600 were hiding background selection.
This will affect distros that use G-C-C but not GNOME Software or PackageKit.
Have you noticed Debarshi Ray email when you sing-in on Google GNOME Online Accounts? ;)
A tip how to have Nautilus sidebar hidden by default.
Settings in 3.12 offers a key to disable extension version checking
A blocker bug fix, that was preventing automatic suspend if you also had enabled automatic locking.
This is GNOME Control Center for GNOME 3.12 :)
GNOME Software can send statistics like the usage or the rating of applications that are removed or installed to your distributor.
GNOME Online Accounts now (3.12) supports LOGIN authentication for IMAP/SMTP in addition to PLAIN authentication.
The first hooks to let us create custom application folders in GNOME Shell, through GNOME Software!
A simple how-to set Focus Follows Mouse behavior under GNOME 3, with just 3 clicks.
GNOME 3 is not quite famous about the plethora of options that gives to users to tweaking their system. However anyone with a good will won’t face many issues. In this part I spend a few minutes discovering the options for customizing the behavior of Tracker, the searching and indexing tool of GNOME.
What if you want to use different layouts per applications? What if you have more than 2 layouts? One of the most annoying bugs for many people (not for me though) is now closing for the upcoming GNOME 3.8 release. Control Center 3.8 introduces a new option to allows us to use different sources for […]
Privacy Panel arrived today in GNOME Control Center, and is one of the three new Panel (Privacy, Search, Notifications) we will get on the next GNOME. But there is also a re-designed Power Panel, and there are many improvements for Wacom, Users (added History Logs), Wireless, Bluetooth.. Instead of writing down the new options, I […]