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Dash to Panel Update Adds Intellihide, New Configuration Options

dash to panel window peekThe ‘Dash to Panel’ GNOME Shell extension now supports intellihide, customisable window previews on hover, and the ability the set a custom “Show Applications” icon.

This post, Dash to Panel Update Adds Intellihide, New Configuration Options, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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‘Dash to Dock’ Adds New Launcher Styles, Support for GNOME 3.28

gnome dash to dock facebook imageAn updated version of Dash to Dock, the hugely popular GNOME Shell extension, is available to download. Dash to Dock v63 adds support for the recent GNOME 3.28 release. This means those of you on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Fedora 27 and other Linux distributions can rock out with your dock out — sans any compatibility issues. […]

This post, ‘Dash to Dock’ Adds New Launcher Styles, Support for GNOME 3.28, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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This Extension Lets You Quickly Browse Files & Folders in GNOME Shell

gnome shell file search extensionI’m pretty happy with the GNOME Shell desktop Ubuntu switched to last October, but I do miss being able to quickly browse and open my files from the Unity Dash. But I need miss it no more. A new GNOME extension brings similar file view functionality to the GNOME Shell desktop. Argonauta is files view extension for […]

This post, This Extension Lets You Quickly Browse Files & Folders in GNOME Shell, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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Display Network Traffic in the Ubuntu Panel with NetSpeed

Want to keep an eye on your network traffic from the Ubuntu desktop? If you’re running Ubuntu 17.10 (or any distro that uses GNOME Shell) you can do so easily by installing a network monitor GNOME extension. A wealth of network monitor extensions are available for GNOME Shell (and by extension, excuse the pun, Ubuntu too) including […]

This post, Display Network Traffic in the Ubuntu Panel with NetSpeed, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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Bad News for Users of TopIcons Plus

top icons plus exampleThe development of the popular TopIcons Plus GNOME extension has been put on pause. Offering a convenient way to access indicator applets and system tray icons from the GNOME top bar, the extension has proven popular with GNOME Shell users, especially as GNOME 3.26 removes the legacy tray entirely. But in a bug report on Github TopIcons Plus developer Phocean says […]

This post, Bad News for Users of TopIcons Plus, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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Nifty GNOME Global Menu Extension Is ‘Discontinued For the Moment’

gnome global menu extensionThe developer behind the popular Global App Menu GNOME extension has announced it is “discontinued for the moment”. Explaining the reasons for his decision on Github, Lester Carballo cites the shift to Wayland (the extension doesn’t work in Wayland for a whole spaghetti heap of technical and ideological reasons) as being the primate motivator to move on. […]

This post, Nifty GNOME Global Menu Extension Is ‘Discontinued For the Moment’, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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Random Wallpaper GNOME Extension

A week or so ago we mentioned a neat Bing Wallpaper changer extension for GNOME — and boy did you make it known that Bing isn’t your preferred source of desktop wallpapers! And so we’re back for another stab at satisfying your want for fuss-free, auto-changing desktop backgrounds — and we’ve found a doozy. Random Wallpaper GNOME Extension […]

This post, Random Wallpaper GNOME Extension, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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