This simple tutorial shows how to replace ‘Recent Used‘ with current working directory as default in GTK file chooser in Ubuntu. Many apps use “Recent Used” as default in their “Open File” dialog. It’s great, but there’s a choice to make it default to the directory of current editing files. This is quite useful when […]Read More
gpu-screen-recorder-gtk is a GTK front-end for GPU Screen Recorder that minimizes system performance by recording using the GPU only. Learn more here.
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The post Fixing “Failed to Load Module Canberra-GTK-Module” Error first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .GTK, an abbreviation for GNOME Toolkit, is an open-source and feature-rich development toolkit used for creating GUI applicat…Read More
It’s taken 18 years, now GNOME is finally adding an icon view to its native file picker. Anyone who has spent time using the GNOME desktop will have noticed that…Read More
System76’s engineers picked Iced, a Rust-based cross-platform GUI toolkit, over GTK for their in-house developed COSMIC Desktop.
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Firefox 100 has some interesting new features, such as enabling GTK overlay scrollbars by default. Learn more about the Firefox 100 release here.
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Firefox 99 comes with good news for Linux users as this release brings GTK overlay scrollbars for a more modern look. Learn more about the new release here.
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Blanket is a free and open-source GTK-based utility for focus and productivity. Learn more about the Blanket open-source tool here.
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GNOME 42 is an exciting release with apps porting to GTK 4, folder icon update, GNOME Text Editor, a new dark style preference, and more. It includes noticeable visual changes and improvements to the desktop experience.
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Pinta 2.0 comes a little over a month after the release of the Pinta 1.7.1 update, and it’s here to finally port the paint program to the GTK+ 3 and .NET 6 application frameworks for a more modern look and new functionality. The GTK+ 3 and .NET 6 porting means that Pinta not only looks […]
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Have you ever wondered about the most popular GTK themes for Linux? The themes, that are famous around the world? The themes that people use no matter where they live? Users can be from India, The United States, Russia, Brazil, France, Spain, Japan, or from some other country. So don’t you wanna know what are the […]Read More
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Flatpak applications often do not match with the system themes and look out of place in your setup. Here’s a workaround to apply GTK themes to Flatpak apps.
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Gtkdialog (or gtkdialog) is an open-source nifty utility for creating and building GTK+ Interfaces and Dialog Boxes with the help of Linux shell scripts and using GTK library, as well as using an xml-like syntax, which makes it easy to create interface…Read More
The unique Solus Linux project plans to not invest time and effort into GNOME desktop, instead looking ahead with Enlightenment Desktop (EFL). Learn about their new plans here.
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Yaru, the default Ubuntu (GNOME) GTK theme, has received an update which adds support for Xfce (Xfwm4). Here’s how it looks and how to give it a try right now.
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