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Cairo Dock (Glx Dock) 2.2 Beta Officially Released With Lots Of Cool New Features

The first official beta of Cairo Dock (GLX Dock) 2.2 was released with a huge list of new features and improvements - we already posted most of them on WebUpd8, but we'll do a small recap. If you're using the Cairo Dock weekly PPA, you already have all these features. But maybe you're not aware of some of them, so read on!

Manhattan OS (Based On Ubuntu) Makes It Easier To Convert Users To Linux [Review]

We promised we'll do a Manhattan OS review a long time ago and initially I wanted to wait until the final version comes out but I had some spare time so I decided to do it today.

The Best Linux Main Menu

Another week, another poll. This time you can vote for the best Linux (main) menu. I didn't include all the menus out there in the poll, but there are more options than we usually use for our polls.

Get Notified When A Job You Run In A Terminal Is Done, Using NotifyOSD

Dustin Kirkland, Core Developer of the Ubuntu Server posted something very interesting on his blog: an alias you can add to your .bashrc file to get notified when a job you run in a terminal is done. A simple solution for something I've been looking for in a long time.

Minitube 1.1 Released - Upgrade To Get It Working Again

 

Install 0 A.D. (Age Of Empires Open Source Clone) Pre Alpha 3 In Ubuntu, Now With Multiplayer Support

0 A.D. is a historical real-time strategy open source game focused on the years between 500 BC and 500 AD. 0 A.D, which will remind you of Age of Empires.

5 Beautiful GNOME (GTK) Themes (New Or Recently Updated)

1. Elegant Gnome

 

Firefox 4.0 Beta 2 Pre Brings App Tabs [For Linux Too!]

The latest Firefox 4.0 Beta 2 pre brings a long awaited feature: app tabs. This feature is very similar to the "Pin tab" option in Chrome: the app tabs use only favicons for the tabs and all the links you open from an app tab are opened to the right of all the app tabs.

Probably The Best 5 GnoMenu Themes

I can't stand the default menu Ubuntu comes with and I only keep it because I have to know under which submenu the user can find an installed application when posting on WebUpd8. This wouldn't be needed if people used a menu with a search function but anyway. Also, since I install quite a few applications, half of it requires scrolling and makes it almost unusable.

Download SHI10 GTK Linux Suite, An Amazing Theme Pack (GTK, GnoMenu, AWN, Emerald, More)

Searching for something totally unrelated, I stumbled upon an amazing theme pack created by Izo called "SHI10 GTK Linux Suite".

gThumb 2.11.5, Minitunes 0.1.1 And Subtitle Editor 0.37.1 Updated In The WebUpd8 PPA

gThumb 2.11.5 was released 2 days ago and is now available in the WebUpd8 PPA. New features in this version include:

Unity, Ubuntu Software Center And Sound Indicator Video And Screenshots [Ubuntu / UNE 10.10 Maverick Meerkat]

Unity received yet another update in Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10 Maverick Meerkat yesterday. This version partially fixes the application search in the Unity application launcher and file browser - also known as Dash (the file search actually looks completely fixed).

The GIMP 2.6.10 Ubuntu Karmic And Lucid PPA

The GIMP versions 2.6.9 and 2.6.10 were released a few days ago.

Chrome Web Apps Update Removes The Omnibar


Victory: Yet Another Nautilus Elementary Breadcrumbs Hack For Any Theme

RedshiftGUI Protects Your Eyes When Working At Night

At first it was F.lux. Then came Redshift (inspired by F.lux) which also got a GTK version but only for switching it on/off. And now, a Redshift fork called RedshiftGUI finally brings a GUI for customizing everything. But what are these? All the applications mentioned above serve only one purpose: to change the color temperature of your screen by the time of day, making it easy for your eyes.

Automatically Delete Old Files From The Trash Using Autotrash

Reading my daily Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat development emails, I noticed a new package in the repositories: it's called Autotrash and it can delete files in your trash when they become older than a given number of days, purge older files to ensure a specific amount of disk space is free and some other options.

Spotify Finally Comes To Linux (Native)... Sort Of

Spotify is finally available for Linux users (native) but unfortunately only for Premium accounts because: As we haven’t found a reliable way to display ads yet, this version is only available to Spotify Premium subscribers. This makes the Spotify for Linux rather useless since there are already a few unofficial Spotify Linux clients out there which also work only for premium users.

Run Mac OSX In Virtualbox Under Linux (Ubuntu)

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