It’s now possible to integrate features of KDE Connect with GNOME Shell desktop using the GNOME extension called Mconnect.
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 […]
A GNOME Extension that automatically changes your desktop background to the Bing image of the day each and every day — an ideal add-on for photography fans.
This post, Get a New Desktop Wallpaper Each Day with this Extension for GNOME, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Are you learning to speak different language using Duolingo, the freemium language-learning platform? If so, you may want to check out this free GNOME Extension.
This post, Duolingo Status Adds Language Learning Reminders to GNOME Desktop, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
The latest update to the popular Arc Menu extension for GNOME Shell finally let users customize the menu button. Fans of this open-source alternative to the Activities Overview have been asking for the ability to customize the menu button, set a custom text label alongside it, and so on — something this release accedes to. Users […]
This post, Arc Menu for GNOME Shell Now Lets You Edit Menu Button Icon, Text, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Remember how sexy the Unity Dash looked with its background blur effect enabled? Blyr brings something similar to GNOME Shell. It’s a straight-forward GNOME extension that adds a blur effect to the Activities Overview screen. A well-stocked settings section provides enough sliders and switches to appease even the most ardent themers among you. For instance, the […]
A new version of Dash to Panel, the popular GNOME extension that adds an icon task bar and system tray to the desktop, has been released. Dash to Panel v9 adds a couple of new features, including a Window Peek mode, and some nifty new options, like being able to hide ‘favourites’ from the panel. Window Peek is […]
This post, Dash to Panel Updated with Window Peek, Other New Options, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Windows 10 (boo, hiss, etc) has a ‘cascade windows’ option that neatly arranges all of your visible windows into a fanned pile. It’s not a ground-breaking feature, nor is it the most useful. But it is a quick way to make your desktop look neat and organised — and that’s handy when you’re a blogger […]
This post, I Finally Found a Way to Cascade Windows in GNOME Shell, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Back in April we showed you a couple of different ways to add folders to GNOME Shell’s Application Overview to, y’know, help keep your app launchers nice and tidy. Now we’re back with another — and it’s far simpler to use than either of our earlier solutions. Say hello to App Folders Management Extension, a (pretty slick) GNOME extension that […]
This post, This Extension Makes it Super Easy to Create App Folders on GNOME Shell, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.