Say aloha to Plotinus, a natty new HUD-like command palette for GTK3 applications. Which ones? How about all of ’em. A HUD Analog (Kinda) Since news broke that Ubuntu is to switch back to GNOME in upcoming releases plenty of you have been mailing in, shouting out, and spotlighting Unity-style features that have GNOME equivalents — Plotinus among […]
Plotinus Adds a Searchable Command Palette to GTK3 Apps, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
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Original article title: Plotinus Adds a Searchable Command Palette to GTK3 Apps.
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