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Preferences Hide and Seek

Preferences Hide and Seek is a utility that groups together all the options that actually exist for GNOME preferences, but are usually hard to find or are just plain hidden from the user. This utility makes it possible to create a simple data file to expose gconf-based options to the user. It was created to allow usable access to the hidden application options buried within gconf.

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Recent releases

  •  01 Nov 2006 22:29

    Release Notes: This release adds support for several options that are new in compiz 0.3.2 and GNOME 2.16.

    •  29 Oct 2006 15:15

      Release Notes: A fairly comprehensive compiz configuration page was added. Many additions were made to the configuration parser.

      •  14 Feb 2005 01:49

        Release Notes: Locked GConf options are no longer adjustable. New settings include: text cursor blink rate, file chooser backend selection, key bindings selection, the ability to disable the run application dialog, audible bell pitch and duration adjustment, and mouse cursor theme.

        •  03 Feb 2005 00:17

          Release Notes: This release adds color selection and font selection to the available entry types. The application list in the 2.9 panel run dialog can now be disabled, and the login splash screen can be changed.

          •  26 Jan 2005 17:05

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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