NOTICE: I don’t rename Ubuntu Tweak to Python Tweak.
If you read the code of Ubuntu Tweak, you’ll know that it is written by C language.
Why I choose C to write Ubuntu Tweak? the reason is simple, I’ve never learned any other language except the C.
In these days, I learned Python, and I found that Python is so powerful! It’s suitable that use Python to write Ubuntu Tweak. Continue reading
Hey, a bugfix and user experience improvement version of Ubuntu Tweak is now released!
In this version, it still hasn’t been added more tweak options, just one tweak option: the opacity menu with Compiz Fusion. That you can set your menu with 90% opacity by just toggling the check button on!
Other details here. Continue reading
In this article About Why Ubuntu Tweak disappeared in Gnomefiles, I mentioned the Pagico.
Pagico is an Organizer Software, it has a lot of amazing features. I just can’t list them all, if you interested of it, please visit here.
Today, there’s a good news. Pagico is finally working on both Feisty and Gutsy of all architecture(i386 or amd64)!
the first stable release of Pagico for Ubuntu is available!
This morning I’ve received an e-mail from ubuntu-announce mailing list. Its title is the same as this artilce: Ubuntu JeOS 7.10 released.
What? I’ve never heard that the official of Ubuntu will release another distribution during these days. I’m confused.
But when I read the content of the mail, I’m so exciting! Let me tell you what’s the JeOS!
I’ve make a simple feature list of Ubuntu Tweak. And when I added some new options to it, I’ll update it.
Features of Ubuntu Tweak:
- GNOME Session Control
- Show/Hide and Change Splash screen
- Show/Hide desktop icons or Mounted Volumes.
- Show/Hide/Rename Computer, Home, Trash icon or Network icon
- Use Home Directory as Desktop
- Compiz Fusion settings, Screen Edge Settings, Window Effects Settings.
- GNOME Panel Settings.
- Nautilus Settings.
- Advanced Power Management Settings.
- System Security Settings.
Oh…It has past totally a week when I said it would release in three days last week. I’m sorry!
Now Ubuntu Tweak 0.2 is really released!
With new interface, with new framework and a little new function.
That’s the new Ubuntu Tweak.
There is nearly half a month after that Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon’s release, I’m sorry that I’m not able to release new version of Ubuntu Tweak in time.
During these time, I almost rewrite the total code of Ubuntu Tweak. At least I’ve rewrote the most important part of the application(it can be considered the core of this application^_^). I also learned a lot of skills about GTK+ development.
So…The next release of Ubuntu Tweak (0.2) will be more stable and more powerful!