A new development snapshot of GNOME Tweak Tool is available to download, and it surfaces yet another really useful GNOME feature.
You can now Download Ubuntu 15.04 Beta 2, the latest release in the Vivid Vervet release cycle.
If you hate the way that Unity's global menus fade out of view after you mouse away, Ubuntu 15.04 has a little extra to win you around.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS adds a number of new features and improvements to Unity, many fulfilling long-standing user requests. Here's 7 of the best.
It's been a long time coming, but Ubuntu 14.04 will finally offer users the choice of showing application menus in application windows.
Ubuntu's offer of 'Locally Integrated Menus' has intrigued many - but how much do you really know about them? To many they appear to offer a pseudo-compromise between the tidiness provided by Ubuntu's (oft-derided) App Menu and an atheistically pleasing but easily-accessible way of adding menus back to application windows. But what are Locally Integrated Menus? And how do they work? The Ubuntu Design Team's John Lea took some time out to dispel the myths and misconceptions surrounding the forthcoming feature...
Is Precise gearing up for another change to App Menu behaviour? Sort of. New code aimed at ‘the implementation of locally integrated menubars‘ has been proposed for ‘merging’ into Metacity, Unity, Light Themes and Compiz. […]