I'm using Gnome Shell instead of Unity. Yesterday I upgraded to Ubuntu 12.10, which seems to work fine. However I'm very disappointed with the Gnome version that came with it. Many extensions and themes do not support Gnome 3.6. So, my upgrade feels like a step back when it comes to the user interface.
Hi, I was wondering if anyone has been successful in completely downgrading GNOME 3.10 to 3.8. I have been having nothing but trouble with the new gnome; nautilus no longer supports drag and drop, none of my necessary extensions are working, and lastly I am getting random distortion with the eog image viewer.I have tried the following procedure on two Arch Linux machines, both running GNOME
This is a new problem. i happened yesterday after i upgraded my gnome 3.4.1 to gnome 3.5.4. the first problem was that my wallpaper completely changed with different shades of flurosent green and violetlike the picture. then i realised that the gnome environment stopped working too.
This is the first update to GNOME 2.30. It contains the usual mixture
of bug fixes, translations updates and documentation improvements that
are the hallmark of stable GNOME releases, thanks to our wonderful
team of GNOME contributors!
The next stable version of GNOME will be GNOME 2.30.2, which is due on
GNOME Classic is a GNOME 3 desktop designed to offer the look-and-feel of a GNOME 2/MATE desktop, that is, of a traditional or classic GNOME desktop. It’s for people who are not fond of the default GNOME Shell. It comes with every installation of GNOME 3, offered as an option in the login screen’s Session menu. To use it (GNOME […]
The GNOME Project recently announced the release of GNOME 3.12. This new version of GNOME provides updated versions of many of the core GNOME applications (notably, gedit, the GNOME text editor), as well as improvements to GNOME Shell.
GNOME Shell Extensions have done more than any other set of features to make GNOME 3 usable. Nearly 270 in number, they provide a degree of customization that was missing in the first GNOME 3 releases.