GNOME tweak tool design refresh
The GNOME tweak tool provides access to 'tweaks' - settings and changes that fall outside the scope of the control-center, which are still used widely enough to deserve a UI. In the 3.10 cycle, the tweak tool received a complete redesign, which is being implemented as a GSoC project.
The wireframes for the new design are here: https://raw.github.com/gnome-design-team/gnome-mockups/master/tweak-tool/tweak-tool-wireframes.png
- Allan Day for the design
- John Stowers (coding)
- Alex Mudoz (GSOC coding)
The new design is being implemented. It has been merged to master in time for the 3.9.90 release.
- GNOME3 style sidebar and search (complete)
- Better categorization of tweaks (complete)
- Specialized ui for certain tweaks (complete)
- XSettings overrides (middle mouse...) (complete)
- Startup apps (complete)
- Allow updating extensions from inside tweak tool (complete)
- Wacom support (mostly complete)
How you can help
Try gnome-tweak-tool, request tweaks that you are missing.