gnome desktop

  1. Z

    Cannot set fractional scale

    In GNOME desktop, Display Settings, turn on Fractional Scaling and set Scale to 150%: Click "Apply". The Scale is changed spontaneously from 150% to 200%. No matter I click "Revert Setting" or "Keep changes", I have no way to set the screen scale to 150%. What do I do to set the screen...
  2. L

    Pop!_Os theme color

    I have been using Pop!_Os for some time now and have changed a lot about how it looks. Everything is turned purple, the only thing I haven't figured out how to change is this blue color that everything is that you select. Does anyone know how to turn this blue into purple and can explain it in a...
  3. N

    Ubuntu 20.04 - Nautilus does not open folders with a double click

    Hey there. For a few weeks now, Nautilus has not been working as it should. When I open the personal folder on the desktop and then want to open other folders, a double click is not enough, I have to press the mouse button three times until the folder is open. Interestingly, when I boot my...
  4. dangarbri

    Fixing (or rather "enabling") scaling settings in GNOME

    Just wanted to share something. I recently started using PureOS which uses the GNOME desktop and one issue I was having was with all the text being too small. By default GNOME allows scaling of choosing if you want things to be too small (100%) or too large (200%). This command that enables...
  5. U

    What does Pop!_OS Have that Linux Mint doesn't?

    Hi, I'm relatively new to linux although I've been using it (and FOSS software) for about a month now, currently I'm running Pop!_OS and it's done me great service, I can play all the games I need using Steam Play and other than that it's pretty much what it is. However recently I've wanted to...
  6. PianoGuy628

    GNOME Desktop for Windows 10?

    I don't know if someone's made a port yet, and if it doesn't exist how hard it would be, but would anyone know if it would be possible to replace the traditional Windows 10 "environment" with the GNOME desktop enviroment?