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I’m glad to see if someone has his suggestions or questions, please visit the Questions for Ubuntu Tweak, and click the Ask a question, You can say whatever you like: suggestion, question…

If you have some Bugs to report, please visit Bugs in Ubuntu Tweak, and click Report a bug.

Although I’m not a expert of developping softwares, but I can do my best!

318 thoughts on “Suggestion

  1. 提几个建议吧



    – gnome-panel的长宽,动画速度等(比如我原来想把最后一个panel去掉,但是不能直接删,于是按网上方法,设auto hide,然后unhide时间设成60sec :D)
    – 标题栏排布,就是最小化,最大化,关闭,标题文字,图标等的位置
    – clock applet的显示格式


  2. Optimize Ubuntu
    – Use apt-build, in conbination with a custom script to build two lists (current installed packages, and build-dep of current packages).
    – Test for packages that cannot be compiled and remove them from the list.
    – Have a section on Ubuntu-Tweak to configure apt-build to match the CPU and ARCH.
    – Install all Build-Dep for current Packages, recompile all packages currently install (prior installing the build-deps).
    – Once compiling done remove all build-deps.
    – invoke dpkg to force the new packages to install or set local repository and have it with higher priority, install optimized packages.
    – Disable local repository once optimized packages are installed.
    – When new updates become available have a section on Ubuntu-Tweak to fetch the update and recompile only the updated packages.

    NOTE: Recompiling the whole system can take several days.

    I would love to see a feature like this on Ubuntu-Tweak.

  3. For me the most useful thing in Ubuntu Tweak is adding third party repos. I just installed Ubuntu Tweak on the fantastic karmic RC and here some repos are missing. This includes Dropbox and the Bisigi themes. Both have repos for karmic on their websites.

    Why are they not in the current Ubuntu Tweak release for karmic? It’s kind of obscure that my beloved programs disappear :) Please add them again and keep the repo database up-to-date. Do you need any help with this? I would love to provide it ;)

  4. @Daniel

    this feature is so advanced for normal people, I think people will choose Gentoo if he want to recompie the whole system.


    thanks, take back the CTRL+ALT+backspace is a good idea.

    @dr garden
    It will be updated soon when the official release of Ubuntu 9.10.
    Thanks for your remind.

  5. Hello! Great software.

    I would kindly ask you if you could add complete KUBUNTU support to it. I use KDE not GNOME. Thank you.

  6. hola uso ubuntu karmic 9.10 ..problema.. hay un error en las lineas a insertar en las lists sources de ubuntu ..falta una linea creo …pero no puedo instalar ubuntu tweak..gracias

  7. ISAAC , there are allready a lot of stuff for tweaking under kde, right ?

    It could be a good idea, but really gnome need this tool a lot more than kde.

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  9. As I posted in the Questions-Section in Launchpad, I’m not sure if this is as suggestion. So I copy it to this thread:

    It would be great if it would be possible to add more shortcuts. The already possible 12 commands are not enough (according to my wishes :-))
    Is that possible?