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In Ubuntu 22.04 Light Means Light — Everywhere

Ubuntu 22.04 reverts back to a light GNOME Shell theme by default, having switched to a dark one in Ubuntu 21.04. We explain why this revert makes sense.
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GNOME Shell Removes its Curvy Panel Corners

GNOME Shell’s unique panel corners are being retired after more than a decade of decorating peoples desktops. If you don’t use a vanilla GNOME session you might not know what these are. Many downstreams, including Ubuntu, patch out this sub…

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Add Playback Controls to the Spotify Dock Icon in Ubuntu

I show you how to add a right-click context menu to the Spotify icon on the Ubuntu Dock. This lets you access next/prev and play/pause options directly.
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Check Out GNOME Shell’s New Look in GNOME 42

GNOME Shell looks a little different in GNOME 42, which is currently in active development. I wasn’t able to showcase the shell theme tweaks in my GNOME 42 alpha post but, over the weekend, fuelled by coffee 😉, I managed to get the correc…

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Just Perfection GNOME Shell Extension v16 Released

The popular GNOME Shell extension Just Perfection celebrates one year of success with a brand new version, GNOME Shell Extension v16. With Just Perfection, you can change the visibility of almost all components of GNOME Shell, make behavior tweaks, and…

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How to Install GNOME Shell Extensions Easily and Quickly

By default, GNOME Shell has a set of features that are determined by the developers. GNOME Shell extensions are tiny pieces of software code, written by third-party developers, that enhance or add functionality to a GNOME desktop. Learn to install GNOM…

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GNOME Designers Explore a ‘Bottom Bar’ Layout for GNOME Shell

For 10 years GNOME shell has been based around a single panel stripped across the top of the screen — but this fundamental feature could be about to change.
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