Saturday, June 23, 2012

How To Edit Facebook Comment

Facebook, the social networking giant, recently added a feature for its users, the ability to edit their own comment they put on any status update or Timeline.

This is surely very useful, because sometimes or often we don't feel satisfied with comment we put on a status update on Facebook, and wish we could edit it easily and put a better one. With this new feature, we can do just that.

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Change Theme Using Command Line in GNOME (Linux)

This is a list of command line to change various theme-related settings in GNOME based desktop. These include commands for GNOME 3 based desktop environments (Ubuntu Unity, GNOME 3 Shell/Classic, Cinnamon), MATE desktop, and also the old GNOME 2 desktop (are you still using it? Well, I am, occasionally :D)

In GNOME 2 (and then in MATE), all of these settings can be easily changed using build-in GUI tool called Appearance Preferences. Unfortunately in GNOME 3 we don't have such a complete tool like that. Yes, we can use tools like GNOME Tweak Tool, Ubuntu Tweak, or MyUnity, but these tools still lack ability to change some settings, one of them is color customization. Hmmm...

Not to worry, we can do juast that using these command. Of course this is not a convenient way to customize our desktop, but at least we still have a way to do that, until someone make a decent, GUI based tool.

You can run the following commands in a Terminal window, or by using Run Application utility, just press Alt+F2 on your keyboard to open it. Each command are single-line commands, meaning that you run them one at a time.
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