John Stowers has announced yesterday, May 14th, the release of GNOME Tweak Tool 3.4, an utility popular among users of the GNOME 3 desktop environment.
Version 3.4.0 of the GNOME Tweak Tool utility, also known as Advanced Settings among connoisseurs, brings a few interesting features, such as support for static workspaces, added Nautils always-use-location-entry, and support for workspaces only on primary.
The new release of GNOME Tweak Tool also fixes some nasty bugs like the support for the user-theme shell extension, which now requires pygobject >= 3.2.1, and a missing schemas issue.
Moreover, the widget for text-scaling-factor to SpinButton was changed, as well as some translation updates.
GNOME Tweak Tool allows users to customize advanced option within the GNOME 3 desktop environment, such as install/switch GNOME Shell themes, mouse cursor themes, window manager themes, font size, titlebar fonts, and much more.
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