openSUSE developer Nelson Marques has announced that Unity 2D is up for inclusion on the GNOME:Ayatana repository in the openSUSE Build Service.

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If you have used Unity in Ubuntu 11.04, you would have noticed the large icons in the Unity launcher. On smaller screens, like on netbooks, it could be too large and get in the way.

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Unity has divided the Ubuntu users into two groups – those who like it and those who hate it. If you are in the second group, read on.

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Unity

Canonical asks Windows & Mac users to test out Unity. Find out what they have to say!

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Thunderbird Gets Unity Integration

The Thunderbird Unity Launcher extension provides a really cool integration of Thunderbird into Ubuntu’s Unity launcher. With the extension installed, the number of new unread messages in Thunderbird is displayed at the top-left of the Thunderbird icon in the launcher. Not only that, right clicking on the Thunderbird icon brings up a context menu item. From the context menu, users can easily open the contact list or compose a new email.

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A PPA containing the packages for Unity 2D has been created for early adopters to test it. The package itself is called Unity-Qt and the PPA contains packages for both Maverick and Natty.

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According to Shuttleworth, there will be a 2D version of Unity for those systems which are not capable of 3D acceleration. He also pointed to a blog post by Bill Filler, Software Engineer and Engineering Manager at Canonical, for more details.

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Even though Compiz has no place in GNOME Shell, Canonical has decided that it will use Compiz in Unity for Ubuntu 11.04.

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Unity – the interface for Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10, has been updated and it looks amazing!

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Today Mark Shuttleworth announced a new interface for Ubuntu Netbook Edition – Unity. The main focus of Unity are maximization of screen resource, mainly the vertical pixel, and making it suitable for touch-screen devices.

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