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Showing posts with label ubuntu tweak support. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ubuntu tweak support. Show all posts

Saturday, 19 October 2013

Software Scripts

Software Scripts


Ubuntu Software Scripts are simple to use for automating the the installation of software addons and plugins. I use a number of the scripts below to configure addons for Gimp that open up a whole new world of functionality within Gimp.

Also check out the LibreOffice scripts to make sure you get the full range of functionality from your office software. If you know of some scripts I have overlooked please contact me with links to your favorite scripts.


Easy Ubuntu scripts (Collection)

Collection Of Gimp Scripts

Tried and true Nginx init script.

Groovy Uno Office Scripts

TuxLite scripts

Saturday, 2 June 2012

Ubuntu Tweak 0.7.0 Comes with Ubuntu 12.04 Support


Ubuntu Tweak 0.7.0 Comes with Ubuntu 12.04 Support

Ubuntu Tweak 0.7.0
Ubuntu Tweak 0.7.0
Ubuntu have just released the next major version of their OS. So, Ubuntu Tweak have also released a brand new version to support this new OS. Ubuntu Tweak is the best system utility tool set we have for Ubuntu. So, I don’t think you’ll hesitate to try it out.
Ubuntu Tweak is very slow when it comes to releasing new major versions. They started to draw plans for the version 0.6.0 in 2009 and finished it on December last year. But this time, they have done it on time. A new major version have been developed within months just to support the new Ubuntu.
In the version 0.6.0, they did some big UI changes. But they didn’t bring the most popular features to it. The Application Center and the Source Center… We used these tools to find and download new apps which we don’t have on Ubuntu repositories. Many of us used UT only for that! But in the latest version, these two features have been added.
Application Center
Application Center
Source Center
Source Center
According to the developers, they have also polished the UI and now it have a search at the top. This is a very good feature which will help us to find the right tool we need.
More Unity settings like controlling HUD and Shortcut list overlay, customizing the Unity look have also been added. Apart from that, more Ubuntu 12.04 specific features have been added.
Themes
Themes
At first, Ubuntu Tweak got a lot of attention. But with 0.6.0, I think it started to die away. But now, they have those most wanted features back and they have proven to be actively developing the app. Now I think we should start looking at it again. But, from the start, I had one question about Ubuntu Tweak… When will they add it to the official Ubuntu repositories? Recently, a Unity tweaker named My Unity was released and the Ubuntu team added it to the official repositories immediately. Why not take Ubuntu Tweak? What do you think?

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