How to Install GNOME’s New Text Editor on Ubuntu

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  • Post last modified:June 9, 2022
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GNOME Text Editor is a free and open source text editor from GNOME team for Linux. GNOME 42 ships with this core text editor replacing Gedit and Ubuntu also considering this for 22.10. It comes with spell checking, dark-mode support, syntax highlighting for most common programming languages, improved autosave for unsaved and draft files, integrated Vim keybindings support, PCRE2-based regular expressions support, editorconfig and modelines support and more.

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Workbench Learn and Prototype with GNOME

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  • Post last modified:March 3, 2022
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Workbench is a free and open source GNOME sandbox for Linux. Using Workbench, you can experiment with GNOME technologies in building and testing a custom GTK widget. it comes with real time GTK, CSS preview, javascript, syntax highlighting, undo/redo option, auto save, code fomatter and build-in terminal support. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0.

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Extension Manager – Browse and Install GNOME Shell Extensions

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  • Post last modified:January 13, 2022
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Extension Manager is a free and open source GNOME Shell Extension manager application for Linux. Using Extension Manager you can browse and search available GNOME Shell Extensions from GNOME website.  . You can enable and disable extensions, configure all extension settings and also uninstall extensions. It is a simple and easy to use must have application for your GNOME desktop. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0.

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GNOME 40 Released

GNOME 40 is now officially available to download and use. According to Gnome team, this release gives you a focused distraction free and smoother computing. GNOME has a new versioning scheme in this release from previous 3.38 to this 40. The most notable features are completely redesigned horizontal workspace switcher and having the Dash launcher to the bottom of the screen from left.

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How to Restart Gnome Shell on Ubuntu

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  • Post last modified:March 13, 2021
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In Ubuntu you can restart the GNOME Shell or the GUI with using below methods. There are several different methods available in Ubuntu to restart the Gnome shell. You can do it with and without closing or shutting down all other application. It will help to recover Gnome Desktop freezes or apply the changes in system settings.

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How To Reset Ubuntu Gnome Desktop Settings To Default via Terminal and Tweaks

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  • Post last modified:August 17, 2020
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In your Ubuntu Gnome Desktop if something broken because of some heavy customization or you just want to reset the Ubuntu Gnome desktop settings, then you can reset it via the terminal and Ubuntu Gnome tweak tool. In this article we will see how to reset Ubuntu Gnome desktop. Please note that once you run this commands these is no way to going back. So only do if you actually want it.

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Record Ubuntu Desktop Screen Using Hidden GNOME Screen Recorder

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  • Post last modified:July 15, 2020
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You all know that after Unity and starting from Ubuntu 17.10, GNOME Shell is the default desktop environment. But many of you don’t know that Ubuntu Gnome comes with a built-in screen recorder. This hidden Screen Recorder is the part of gnome desktop environment. It’s features are very limited like without any app launcher, no menu entry, no turn on or turn off button and you can’t select the output folder path. It comes only with full screen recording and you can save your output file in WebM format only. All videos are saved in your Home Videos folder.

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Folder Color – Change Folder Color on Ubuntu Unity, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu MATE, Linux Mint Cinnamon

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  • Post last modified:July 5, 2017
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Folder Color is a free open source Linux app. Using this app you can change the color of folders quickly using a simple right-click menu. You can also change the color for multiple folders at the same time. It is available for Nautilus, Nemo or Caja File Browsers. Currently it is compatible with Humanity, Papirus, Numix, Vibrancy Colors, Vivacious Colors themes.It is released under license GPL 3 licence.

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GNOME 3.16 released

GNOME 3.16 stable is now available for download.What’s new in this release?

New overhauled notifications system.
Improved grid and list views in Files application.
Updated Activities Overview, login screen, system menus visuals.
New style of scrollbar.
Updated Image Viewer.
3 new preview applications: Calendar,Characters and Books.

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