Configure unity in Ubuntu via Myunity

In ubuntu,we can use myunity to configure / customize unity such as launcher, panel ,icon and so on.

Highlights of MyUnity:

  • Ability to resize the Unity Launcher
  • Ability to show devices on the Unity Launcher
  • Ability to adjust the transparency of the Unity Launcher
  • Ability to change behavior of the Unity Launcher
  • Ability to change behavior of the Unity Launcher
  • Ability to change the display method of the Unity Launcher
  • Ability to change the Backlight settings of the Unity Launcher
  • Ability to change the Unity Dash blur
  • Ability to adjust the transparency of the Unity Panel
  • Ability to show “Home” folder on the desktop
  • Ability to show “Networking” folder on the desktop
  • Ability to show devices on the desktop
  • Ability to show “Trash” folder on the desktop
  • Ability to change the system font
  • Ability to change the document font
  • Ability to change the Monospace font
  • Ability to change font’s antialiasing settings
  • Ability to change font’s hinting settings
  • Ability to reset all settings to default

You can use below command to install myunity in your Ubuntu

sudo apt-get install myunity

Then you can launch myunity from Dash to configure your unity.

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