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GNOME 40 and GTK4 Support for Just Perfection GNOME Shell Extension

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In Simple Words GNOME Shell extensions allow customizing the default GNOME Shell interface and its parts, such as window management and application launching. Actually behind shell extensions a small scripts of code running under the hood of GNOME for customize them as they(script or extension) want.

Essentially, GNOME Shell Extensions resemble those outsider additional items and modules that you can introduce on top of GNOME. These expansions are made to perform explicit errands, for example, show climate condition, web speed and so forth Generally, you can get to them in the top board. Like you can do it with Apply user theme, or you can change application icon as per your requirements or etc blah blah stuff you can customize with GNOME Shell Extensions.

Well lets go straight to the today’s point, GNOME 40 and GTK4 Support for Just Perfection GNOME Shell Extension

The mainly Just perfection allows you to disable:

  • OSD
  • Search
  • Dash
  • Workspace Switcher
  • Workspace Popup
  • Top Panel
  • App gesture
  • Background Menu
  • Activities button
  • App Menu
  • Clock Menu
  • Keyboard Layout
  • Accessibility Menu
  • System Menu (Aggregate Menu)

Also overrides the current GNOME shell theme (You don’t need to have user-theme-extension).

Extension official repository


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