Are you looking for a GNOME music player extension that offers player controls, ratings progress bar and more?
These are the best GNOME Shell extensions available to install on Ubuntu — according to you!
This being Linux, we have the good fortune of having our choice of desktop environment - and nobody says that it has to be one at a time.
The new application menus introduced to the GNOME Shell desktop are now supported in Ubuntu. Following the release of GNOME 3.4 last month, a wider number of GNOME applications have begun to make use of the one-button 'app menus'.
If you're a GNOME Shell user who took fancy to the 'Update Manager Indicator' we featured last Friday and want something similar for your own system - you're in luck!
Due to the high priority of Unity in the Ubuntu 11.04 development cycle, the inclusion of GNOME3 into Ubuntu were postponed until 11.10, and Unity was shipped in Ubuntu 11.04 as a shell for GNOME2 instead. Not wanting to waste any time, development on 11.10 started yesterday and GNOME3 packages have begun landing in Ubuntu 11.10.
Browsing around Zeitgeist developer and fellow OMG! Ubuntu! writer Seif Lotfy's YouTube I came across a short video demonstration of Zeitgeist powered jump-lists in GNOME-Shell.
Gnome-Shell may not be to everyone's taste out of the box, but one can't deny that its themeing capabilities allow it to look utterly beautiful. The following GNOME-Shell theme, by regularly-featured-on-OMG! designer ~half-left, provides a light, airy overhaul of GNOME's big interface revamp.
GNOME-Shell is very nearly upon us - but it's been an absolute age since I last played with it myself (been knee deep in Natty, folks!). Work on it, regardless of my attention, soldiers on apace.
GNOME-Shell or Unity: whichever desktop shell you choose chances are your favourite GTK+ theme will need to update to take advantage of the new features and elements offered by both. The following GNOME Shell by deviant artist ~half-left should placate the brooding elementary fans amongst you worried about the switch to Shell.
There are themes and then there are really freaking cool themes. A great example of the latter is this 'Tron Legacy' inspired GNOME Shell theme by one of our favourite designers half-left.
Seif Lotfy – Zeitgeist creator, hacker and all round semantic solider – has spent the last few days bringing Zeitgeist love to GNOME Shell. With both Unity and KDE to benefit from Zeitgeist it’s nice […]