Just Perfection

by JustPerfection

Tweak Tool to Customize GNOME Shell, Change the Behavior and Disable UI Elements - Accessibility Menu Visibility - Activities Button Icon Visibility - Activities button Visibility - Alt Tab Icon Size - Alt Tab Window Preview Icon Size - Alt Tab Window Preview Size - Always Show Workspace Switcher on Dynamic Workspaces (40, 41, 42) - Animation Speed or Disable it - App Gesture (3.36, 3.38) - Applications Button Visibility - App Menu Icon Visibility - App Menu Label Visibility - App Menu Visibility - Background Menu Visibility - Calendar Visibility - Clock Menu Position - Clock Menu Visibility - Dash Icon Size - Dash Separator Visibility (40, 41, 42) - Dash Visibility - Disable Type to Search - Double Super Key to App Grid - Events in Clock Menu Visibility - GNOME Shell Theme Override - Hot Corner (3.36, 3.38, 40) - Keyboard Layout Visibility - Looking Glass Size - Notification Banner Position - OSD Position - OSD Visibility - Panel Arrow Visibility (3.36, 3.38) - Panel Button Padding Size - Panel Height - Panel icon size - Panel Indicator Padding Size - Panel Notification icon Visibility - Panel Position - Panel Round Corner Size (3.36, 3.38, 40, 41) - Panel Visibility - Panel Visibility in Overview - Power Icon Visibility - Quick Settings Menu Visibility (43) - Ripple Box - Search Visibility - Startup Status(40, 41, 42) - System Menu (Aggregate Menu) Visibility (3.36, 3.38, 40, 41, 42) - Take Screenshot Button in Window Menu Visibility - Weather Visibility - Window Demands Attention Focus - Window Picker Caption Visibility - Window Picker Close Button Visibility - Window Picker Icon (40, 41, 42) - Workspace Background Corner Size in Overview (40, 41, 42) - Workspace Popup Visibility - Workspaces in app grid Visibility (40, 41, 42) - Workspace Switcher Size (40, 41, 42) - Workspace Switcher Visibility - Workspace Wraparound - World Clock Visibility

Extension Homepage
https://gitlab.gnome.org/jrahmatzadeh/just-perfection
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