Changing a GTK+ theme, selecting a desktop font, enabling only a close button on the titlebar, removing old kernels, etc, are actions that can be hassle-free achieved via Ubuntu Tweak, a powerful tweaking utility designed with 1-click away exposing a massive amount of confirmation options in mind.
Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.2 has been released, further optimizing previously added fresh features.
The recently added
Apps category gained, along with a handy usability, support to display installation-related badges, meaning, opening
Apps, differentiates the installed apps from not-installed apps by “gluing” a visible green OK-like icon to them.
Ubuntu 12.10 ships (by default) Web Apps, meaning, navigating (via Firefox web-browser) to a supported online service, summons a dialog (requesting permission to install the supported website as a Web App).
Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.2 introduces a 1-click away option to disable the Web Apps integration, under
Ubuntu Tweak-->Tweaks-->Unity-->switch Web Apps integration OFF
Weeks ago, Love Wallpaper HD landed in Ubuntu Tweak, presenting the user an interesting method of adding high-quality wallpapers, double-clicking on a wallpaper, sets the image as desktop wallpaper, furthermore, hitting the
I'm Feeling Lucky button, populates the view with fresh new wallpapers.
The downloaded wallpaper is available on (can be copied from)
The newly released 0.8.2 version comes with enhanced Ubuntu 12.10 support, consequently, adding full support for various Ubuntu 12.10-specific actions (such as proper GTK+ theme changing, etc).
How do we install Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.2?
Add the following official PPA (Oneiric, Precise, Quantal)
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-tweak