Ubuntu 11.04 saw 'resize grips' introduced to the bottom right corner of GTK+ applications in order to make resizing windows that little bit easier. But not everyone appreciates it. Disabling the grip, whilst costing you a more precise target for resizing, is an easy 'hack' to accomplish.
Nothing sucks more about running Wine applications in Ubuntu than the visual yell of "HEY! I'M NOT NATIVE!". The following tip is a quick and pain-free way to get Wine apps matching the look of the rest of your desktop.
Today saw the final artwork drop for the Karmic Koala – and what an update it’s been! What’s new? Take a look below! Updated Human-theme The default theme for Ubuntu has changed! Finally! Gone are […]
If you prefer your Firefox a bit speedier, you might already be using the custom Linux build called ‘Swiftweasel‘. (You can find it in Add/Remove) It is no suprise then that the DUST firefox theme […]