Ubuntu Tweak, the popular tool that besides tweaking lets you easily install various applications that aren't available in the Ubuntu repositories, clean the apps / system cache and more, has been updated today, bringing support for the latest Ubuntu 13.04 along with some bug fixes.
Besides support for Ubuntu 13.04, Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.4 fixes the following issues:
- When trying to install apps using the previous Ubuntu Tweak version, if there was a network error or failed download, the application would hang after trying to click the "Close" button - this has been fixed now;
- Creating of a hard link to a directory crashes Ubuntu Tweak;
- Janitor only shows "System";
- Ubuntu Tweak crashes on updating software list.
In my quick test under Ubuntu 13.04, I've noticed that changing the window theme doesn't work (changing the GTK theme does work though) - bug reported here. You might encounter bugs too and if you do, report them @ Launchpad.
Here are a few Ubuntu Tweak screenshots:
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Download Ubuntu Tweak:
Or, if you prefer to add the PPA so you can stay up to date with future releases, use the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-tweak