GNOME Tweak Tool 3.10.1 features better theme detection

GNOME Tweak Tool 3.10.1, a utility popular among users of the GNOME 3 desktop environment, is out now with better theme detection. The latest release has been announced by John Stowers.

Ubuntu users better know the GNOME Tweak Tool as “Advanced Settings” as it is an application for changing the advanced settings of GNOME 3. It helps users in customizing how their Gnome 3 environment looks and behaves.

Highlights of GNOME Tweak Tool 3.10.1 as found in the official GNOME repository:

* Work around PyGObject bug which caused crashes at startup
* Fix detection of themes (Matthias Clasen, 710275)
* Fix shell extension update checks for stable X.0 releases
* Fix startup tweaks for applications missing icons (Mike Fabian, 708900)
* Allow localized searches (Alex Muñoz)
* Fix shell extension error reporting (Alex Muñoz, 711490)

GNOME Tweak Tool 3.10 was announced in the last week of September. It was released with a new UI based on GNOME 3 HIG and designed by Allan Day, John Stowers and Alex Muñoz and a couple of new options.

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