Tag Archives: gnome

qOverview is a GNOME Activities Overview Clone for KDE Plasma

qOverview for KDEKDE users keen wanting to get a taste of GNOME Shell’s Activities Overview can now do so thanks to a new project. qOverview is a dashboard “inspired by” GNOME’s Activities. It’s written in QML and has a Python backend, which means it should be able to run on pretty much any modern desktop environment, including KDE Plasma. […]

This post, qOverview is a GNOME Activities Overview Clone for KDE Plasma, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

Read More

GNOME Shell 3.26 Will Have Translucent Top Bar, New Window Animations [Video]

A translucent top bar and new window maximizing effects will be on show in GNOME Shell 3.26 when it’s released later this year. Detailing the (admittedly minor) tweaks in a blog post today, GNOME’s Matthias Clasen also explains why GNOME Shell has a solid black topper by default. “The top bar was conceived to visually merge with the bezel […]

This post, GNOME Shell 3.26 Will Have Translucent Top Bar, New Window Animations [Video], was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

Read More

Ubuntu Works with GNOME to Improve HiDPI Support on Linux Desktop

I’m yet to experience Ubuntu or GNOME on a HiDPI screen, so I can’t attest to how well things currently work, but I do know that some big improvements are coming. Canonical is playing host to a ‘fractional scaling hackfest‘ in its’ Taipei offices this week. Both GNOME developers and Ubuntu developers are in attendance, ready to wrestle […]

This post, Ubuntu Works with GNOME to Improve HiDPI Support on Linux Desktop, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

Read More