This maintenance release of Ubuntu Tweak also fixes a few critical bugs
Tualatrix Chou, the developer behind the Ubuntu Tweak application, a very useful utility for all users of the Ubuntu Linux operating system, has announced today, April 25, that a new version is available for download, supporting the brand-new Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) operating system.Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.4 is mainly a maintenance release, fixing several critical bugs reported by users, especially the issues that appear when installing third-party apps.
Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.4 also fixes rare crashes, such as the one that appears while updating the software list, the one with the Janitor section only showing “System,” as well as the window button tweak and the path of scripts upgrade errors in Ubuntu 13.04.
“You may encountered unexpected issues while installing apps through Ubuntu Tweak: download fails, network is down, then Ubuntu Tweak will popup an error dialog to tell the truth.”
“In the old versions, Ubuntu Tweak will hang after you click the “Close” button, and you have to force close it and launch again. In 0.8.4, this bug is finally fixed! Now enjoy with installing third party apps without any pain,” said Tualatrix Chou in the official release announcement.
Download Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.4 right now from Softpedia.