GSetttings is the standard way how Gnome 3 applications store their configuration. GSettings is the front-end interface for application, actual values are stored by back-end – standard one is called dconf. We can then use the tool dconf-editor to easily browse all stored configurations for all applications. Thanks to GObject introspection we can also work easily with GSettings from python. Continue reading GSettings – Flexible Configuration System
TheTool v.02 is available – this small handy tools now enables networks detection and setting proxy according to which network computer (e.g. notebook) is just connected. Plus has now very flexible system for defining other actions. More on it’s own page.
After upgrade to the new version of Linux (Mint 13, which is based on Ubuntu Precise) I’d found that my trackpoint is not working right (on Dell E6410), it was bit unresponsive and movement was not smooth. Touchpad was generally OK, but trackpoint really sucked. So I had to look into details of mouse setup in X and I was really surprised how many various parameters are there and how many aspects of mouse behaviour could be modified. So I’d like to share few tips how to set pointing device – apart of those obvious settings, which are available in desktop settings (Acceleration and Sensitivity).