On 9/9/19 4:39 AM, John M. Harris Jr. wrote:
on my RHEL 7 deployments, where some of my users prefer GNOME), and where users request that I install gnome-tweak-tool for them so that they can make basic preference changes which just aren't available otherwise.
Just in case you aren't aware, gnome-tweak-tool is an official Gnome application intended for advanced users to adjust settings they didn't want to put in the control panel. It's not some third party application for adjusting secret settings that the Gnome developers wanted to hide.
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