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Is the GNOME Tweaks package in Software the same as installing gnome-tweak-tool?
April 29, 2018
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GNOME Tweaks is the new name for GNOME Tweak Tool as stated in the accepted answer. The release notes of GNOME 3.26 (Ubuntu 17.10) states:
- Tweak Tool has been renamed to Tweaks and has gained three new settings: a switch to move window buttons to the left or right, a Disable While Typing option for touchpads and an option to show the battery percentage in the top bar. There has also been a good amount of clean up and refinement.
For a full list of tweak tools in 18.04 (I’m using Unity Tweak Tool) run this command:
$ apt list | grep tweak gajim-rostertweaks/bionic,bionic 1.0.0-3 all gnome-tweak-tool/bionic,bionic 3.28.1-1 all gnome-tweaks/bionic,bionic 3.28.1-1 all mate-tweak/bionic,bionic 18.04.16-1 all mousetweaks/bionic,bionic,now 3.12.0-4 amd64 [installed] tweak/bionic 3.02-2 amd64 unity-tweak-tool/bionic,bionic,now 0.0.7ubuntu4 all [installed]