Originally Posted by nonamedotc
yum install gnome-tweak-tool
This might be the first step ... Also, in addition to the extensions site in the previous post, search the forum for gnome 3 tweaks - you will find some useful pages.
I installed the tool but it did nothing for the things I mentioned in my OP.
Is there really no way to change the size and positions of the Dash and the Application menus, nor to change the size of the icons used in either ?
How do I add links to the Applications menu system or the Dash ? It seems like it should be as easy as dragging some item into these areas but neither the Applications or the Dash appears to allow something as easy as that. This is especially disappointing since the desktop does not exist anymore in order to add desktop items to it. Essentially it seems like it is almost impossible to add a link to anything in Gnome3 so that it actually shows up in some place where you can use it.
I hope I have missed something but this is one very difficult and user-unfriendly GUI for manipulating the visual side of things. I know there are some nice features in it, such as the many workspaces and the mini-presentation of applications running, but manipulating it from the end-user's perspective of adding links to applications, filed, URLs, and hardware is really deficient.
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I found nothing in the gnome extensions that answered my OP needs.
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Originally Posted by Gareth Jones
Where are these shell themes manipulated in Fedora ? Where are they available on the Internet and how are they added to Fedora ?