Learn how to quickly enable fractional scaling support in Ubuntu 19.04 and GNOME 3.32 to access more display scaling values, including 125% and 150%.
Learn how to enable the new Adwaita theme in Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo. The updated Adwaita theme is a solid replacement for Ubuntu's Yaru theme.
The GNOME 3.32 release is here with a stack of new features and improvements in tow. We look at the 11 best features in GNOME 3.32.
GNOME developers have removed the translucent top bar effect from the GNOME Shell theme's code, citing unaddressed issues with panel text legibility.
Users can look forward to greater control over installed applications in the upcoming release of GNOME 3.32. A new ‘Applications‘ panel has been created by developers that offers users more control over the majority of […]
GNOME 3.32 is due for release next month, and the biggest change will be its performance. See, the GNOME Shell desktop is often criticised as being a bit on the ‘heavy’ side. Folks blast it […]
Epiphany — the web browser most of us would like to use, but don’t — has a new release on the way. Having had a sneaky peek at the upcoming update’s change-log I think it’s […]
Like many, I’ve been itching to learn a bit more about GNOME’s new icon set. But I need itch no more! Red Hat employee and GNOME team designer Jakub Steiner has taken to his blog to detail the […]
Cast your minds back to December and, amid all the baubles and wrapping paper, you may recall us sharing some screenshots of a refreshed version of the Adwaita GTK theme, used by GNOME. Now, GNOME’s […]
Development is a perpetual, constantly changing and iterative landscape upon which changes can evaporate as fast as they made form. Case in point this week? A shocking design u-turn — said in jest, lest you […]
GNOME developers are testing some bold improvements to the Adwaita GTK theme and the default GNOME icon set. And in this post we take a sneak peek at their progress so far. Now, if you’re […]
The GNOME 3.32 release date has been set, with the full release schedule for the next development also finalised. Yes, I know: the GNOME 3.30 release literally only just arrived, but development doesn’t stop. So to save […]