Does what it says on the tin. Or in this case menu entry.
Keep a mono-styled tray icons but use any theme set of your choice for the rest of your system.
One feature in popular Linux Dock application Docky that I personally adore/could no longer live without is ‘Stacks’ – a neat visual approach to displaying files within a folder via the dock. Despite my dependence […]
Watch Blu-Ray discs in Ubuntu - with next-to-no effort required - thanks to a new script by Scott Duensing.
Ever needed to check a hash against an .iso or other download but felt put off by using the terminal to do it? Here’s a simple GUI utility for doing so by the name of […]
Stat junkies & Ubuntu addicts who need to know exactly how many days remain until everyones favourite Meerkat scuttles into release-land may wish to consider the following small notification script, created by ironic-gnome. The countdown […]
DropBox users who like to live on the bleeding edge using the latest experimental builds with the latest features probably find the checking, downloading and installation of every new build a little bit of a […]
Want your desktop, GDM background & Plymouth boot image to match? Using gargantuo‘s Global Wallpaper script you can easily do so. Download Download the script @ gnome-look.org Installation Extract the archive Open a terminal and […]
If, like many, you enjoy being on the bleeding edge of Docky’s development you’ll more often than not find it crashes and/or hangs. Sometimes this requires you to manually kill it in-order to relaunch it. […]
Spatial Desktop is a theming script that transforms your GNOME desktop into a minimal and uncluttered space. Essentially a combination of themes, applications and tweaks, it maximizes space by removing GNOME Panels, toolbars and applets, […]
Oraerk on the Ubuntu Forums posted the following script, and i thought I’d share it with the wider world. It allows one click installation of Adium themes in Empathy through the Adium themes website; You […]