Despite the controversy over GNOME Shell and its productivity, there’s no point pretending that it doesn’t exist or hoping that GNOME Developers are spontaniously going to start developing GNOME 2.x further. GNOME Shell is here and GNOME Shell is here to stay.
For this tutorial I will use Gnome Shell 3.4 and its default theme, but this will work also on 3.2 and pretty much on any theme that doesn’t already use an image for Activities. You will need user-theme extension, gnome-tweak-tool, an image and of course GNOME 3.2+.
If you are one of these people that like to change the look of their Linux desktop frequently, then this post is for you, i tried to list some nice themes that were updated the past few days. The themes are available for Gnome shell and Unity desktop.
Linux Mint 12 RC comes with two option of desktop environment: One built with GNOME 3.2 and MGSE and other with GNOME 2.3 and MATE. In this post we will show how to Gnome shell extenstion Mate for LinuxMint in Ubuntu11.10.
This is a nice pack of themes for Gnome shell, the pack contains 6 nice themes : deviantart theme that is based on the deviantART website, Gaia theme based on gaia style, a site raising awareness of climate change, Dark Glass, Elementary -Based on the GTK theme, Equinox Ambiance Light theme ,Ambiance – (Based on […]
GNOME Shell 2.91.3 is released, this release brings a new layout for the overview, native power and battery status iconsand drop-down, various optimizations, links in the message tray messages are now click-able, there’s drop shadow support for STIcon, a number of visual and user-interface tweaks, fix memory management related crashes, and miscellaneous bug-fixes.
56Posted November 30, 2010 by M.el Khamlichi
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