The UX Team is at it again! A new version of the elementary GTK theme has been released and it’s stuffed full of UI refinements.
elementary OS is a massive effort to build the best, most beautiful, and easiest desktop computing platform. So far we’ve created one of the most popular icon sets, the meticulously crafted (and equally popular) elementary theme, a suite of cohesive well-designed apps, the Granite development library to make building beautiful apps easier, and much more. Today it’s time to announce the next step for the elementary platform: AppCenter.
A new version of Pantheon's Terminal app has just been released. With this release, the terminal gains many new settings, several bug fixes, and a few new features.
The latest release of Noise is here. It brings a whole slew of fixes and a few new features for a total of 80 bug reports closed and 1 blueprint implemented.
We are happy to announce that version 1.1 of Scratch, the elementary Community text editor, has been released. This is an important step for the development of this editor which has become, especially as of this version, a serious choice for a GTK based text editor.
Our GTK theme sees another small release, this one focused on fixing a number of small annoyances and also bringing a couple new goodies.
The latest version of the elementary GTK theme finally sees a release. Just like Luna, our GTK theme has been undergoing a massive update for a little over a year. The new theme uses a very CSS-like syntax and leverages tons of features from the powerful Unico engine that were never available in GTK2.
In March, we successfully launched the first ever elementary OS, and we named it Jupiter. It’s been a huge step into the world of creating a top-notch open computing experience and its name reflects that. We were expecting a lot of interest, but were seriously blown away by the overwhelming response (and are happy to see all those seeders out there still helping us out with the torrent!).