Latest versions of Google Chrome for Linux fix several of the browser's CSD issues. In this post we compare the builds side-by-side to spot the changes.
Does your Firefox have sharp white window corners on Ubuntu install? Mine did, but today I found the fix — which I'm pleased to say is very easy to do!
Xfce 4.16 will look a little different to long time users when it arrives later this year, as the popular desktop environment is adopting client side decoration by default. But before you cry tears over […]
Mozilla Firefox 66 is available to download on desktop and Android. We look at the new features, bug fixes and key improvements this update brings.
Firefox 66 will enable CSD by default on Linux desktops. The feature combines the title bar and tab bar into one unified bar, saving space.
Rhythmbox music player is finally sorting its oversized toolbar out! The next major release of the well-known Linux audio app is set to adopt a GTK header bar by default. The aim? A refined, more compact […]
Firefox support for client-side decorations (better known as CSD) is coming to its Linux app — but if you can’t live without it, we’re gonna show you how to enable it. As we’ve mentioned before, […]
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Firefox 57 is awesome — so awesome that I’m finally using it as my default browser again. But there is one thing it the Linux version […]
If you've been longing to see some progress on Firefox GTK header bar support you're going to want to feast your eyes on this.
For this week's poll we want to know your thoughts on client side decorations on Linux. Do you appreciate apps that use them or actively avoid them?