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GNOME Extensions Site Now Shows Download Counts

Ever wondered how many downloads your favorite GNOME Shell extension gets? Maybe you fancy trying to gauge the relative popularity of certain type of add-ons like Dash to Dock, OpenWeather,…

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Ubuntu May Soon Offer a Better Window Tiling Experience

Quarter tiling on Ubuntu is a step closer to reality, with rumours devs want to add popular window tiling GNOME extension to default installs.
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Pano Clipboard Manager for GNOME Shell Updated

We look look at the latest changes and new features added to Pano, a visually-rich clipboard manager extension for GNOME Shell desktops.
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Want GNOME Shell to Work Your Way? Check Out This Extension

Want vertical workspaces in GNOME 43 or above? If you do, you probably know about the Vertical Workspaces GNOME extension. It’s a well made bolt-on that (shock) brings vertical workspaces…

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Caffeine GNOME Extension Adds Support for Quick Settings, Timers

There are a latte of improvements on offer in the latest version of Caffeine, a GNOME extension that helps prevent your computer from sleeping.
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This GNOME Extension Makes the ‘Activities’ Label More Useful

GNOME Shell’s ‘Activities’ button is iconic, but could the space it takes be put to better use? One GNOME extension developer thinks so, and this is how…
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An Extension to Change Battery Indicator Icon in GNOME Shell

Want to change the battery indicator icon in Ubuntu 22.10? Using this GNOME extension you can pick from 3 alternative battery icons, including a circle.
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New Extension Lets You Pin App Folders in GNOME Shell’s Dock

If you need quick access your favorite apps in GNOME Shell you can pin ’em to the Dash — or put them in a folder and pin that to the…

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Weather O’Clock GNOME Extension Does What it Says

Weather O’Clock is a new GNOME extension that does something super simple, yet so supremely satisfying. See, like many, I want to know what the weather is doing as I…

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‘Burn My Windows’ & ‘Desktop Clock’ GNOME Extensions Updated

A look at the latest updates to Burn My Windows and Desktop Clock GNOME extensions, with more personalisation options offers by these blingy bolt-ons.
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Help Test GNOME’s New ‘Window Focus’ Behaviour

A new ‘window focus’ animation for GNOME Shell is available to test. GNOME designers are currently exploring a different way to indicate ‘focus’ in GNOME Shell. One idea is to remove the app icon, name, and menu that appears in …

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Customize GNOME Touchpad Gestures with this Extension

For greater control over multitouch gestures in GNOME Shell, check out the Gesture Improvements extension. This simple power-up lets you customize (almost) every swipe, pinch and scroll gesture in any…

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One Thing – Put a Single Task/Goal in the GNOME Panel

Keep that vital reminder, task, or goal in mind with this simple GNOME extension. It lets you enter text (including emoji) and see it on the GNOME panel.
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Easily Monitor Stock Prices with these GNOME Extensions

If you’re an avid follower of financial markets or the stock price of specific companies then definitely invest in one of these 2 GNOME extensions.
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Rick & Morty Window Closing Effect for Linux (Because LOL)

There’s a brand new effects included in the latest update to the Burn My Windows GNOME extension — if you’re a fan of Rick & Morty it’ll be very familiar.
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A Simple Desktop Clock GNOME Extension You Can Use on Ubuntu

Desktop Clock is a GNOME extension that …I’m sure you can guess! Ubuntu-friendly, the timepiece is highly customisable, and also displays the current date.
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This GTK4 Fork of Ubuntu’s Desktop Icons Extension is Neat

Are you a fan of Ubuntu’s desktop icons extension but wish it did a bit more? There’s an enhanced GTK4 version you need to check out. Why? Come see.
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Make GNOME Calendar, Clock Icons Show Actual Date and Time

Ever looked at the GNOME Calendar and Clock app icons and thought: “hmm, they’d look much cooler if they showed the current date and the actual time”? Well, a brand new GNOME extension allows them to EXACTLY that! It’s called &#…

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‘Compact Quick Settings’ Puts GNOME’s New Menu on a Size Diet

I highlight a new GNOME extension for GNOME 43 that reduces the width of the new Quick Settings Menu. It uses a single column of interactive pods.
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Native Messaging Support Arrives in Stable Version of Firefox Snap

Yes, you can finally install GNOME extensions using the Firefox Snap on Ubuntu, without having to do anything fancy like switching Snap channel. Phew!
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