GNOME-Tweaks 3.30 Is Ready To Tweak The Latest GNOME Bits
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 3 September 2018 at 12:23 AM EDT. 20 Comments
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With GNOME 3.30 due to be released this week, GNOME-Tweaks 3.30 has been released as being ready to tweak this latest flagship open-source desktop environment.

GNOME Tweaks 3.30 adds a new "General" panel for some tweaks, a sound selector theme option, new window settings, and various other new tunables.

More details on these GNOME Tweaks 3.30 changes can be found via this blog post by developer Jeremy Bicha.
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