Cinnamon
Traditional layout, advanced features, easy to use, powerful, flexible.

Cinnamon 1.4 released

On behalf of the team and all the developers who contributed to this build, I am proud to announce the release of Cinnamon 1.4! It's been a month since the 1.3.x releases and we've been reading your feedback with a lot of attention. Most of the things you've asked made it ...

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Cinnamon translations efforts underway!

A translation template for Cinnamon was generated and uploaded to Launchpad at https://translations.launchpad.net/linuxmint/isadora/+pots/cinnamon The Linux Mint translation teams will translate Cinnamon, just like they translate Mint tools and packages at the moment, but if you feel like giving them a hand don't hesitate to do so. Unlike other Linux Mint translation templates ...

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Cinnamon 1.3.1 released

I'd like to thank all the people who contributed feedback on our 1.3 release. Version 1.3.1 is a maintenance release which adds polish and tackles important issues from the previous release.   Here are the issues and improvements featured in Cinnamon 1.3.1: Easier applet drag n' drop: Panel zones now cover the entire panel:  In ...

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Cinnamon 1.3 released

Cinnamon 1.3 is out! This is another major update for Cinnamon. Read below for a brief overview of the new features and major improvements. Applets improvements In Cinnamon 1.3, every panel component is an applet. This means you can remove the default menu or window list and replace them with 3rd party applets. Another important ...

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How to make a Cinnamon applet (Force Quit applet tutorial)

Cinnamon applets are easy to write and in most cases they're far more useful than extensions. In this tutorial we'll make a "Force Quit" Cinnamon applet and we'll explain why it's better than a "Force Quit" Cinnamon extension. For those who are unfamiliar with "force-quitting": When a window becomes unresponsive and doesn't ...

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How to make a Cinnamon theme

Making a Cinnamon theme is both easy and fun, so let's see how it's done :) In this tutorial we'll create a theme called "MyTheme" by modifying the default Cinnamon theme. 1. Create the new theme Go to your home folder Create a directory "MyTheme" Create a directory "cinnamon" inside of "MyTheme" Copy all the content ...

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New sections for themes, applets and extensions

New sections were created for artists and developers to submit new themes, applets and extensions, and for you to download, rate and comment them. Don't hesitate to click on "Themes", "Applets" and "Extensions" in the menu above and to register an account to get involved in this new community. Good luck to ...

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Cinnamon 1.2 released

Cinnamon 1.2 is out! All APIs and the desktop itself are now fully stable! I hope you'll enjoy the many new features, the desktop effect, desktop layouts, the new configuration tool, the applets, changes, bug fixes and improvements that went into this release. This is a huge step forward for Cinnamon. We'll follow ...

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Cinnamon 1.1.3 released

We are proud to announce the release of Cinnamon 1.1.3. This release is significantly better than the previous one and features a lot of fixes and improvements. Although Cinnamon still lacks a graphical configuration tool and it's still too early for extensions and themes developers to extend it (these three issues ...

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Cinnamon 1.1.2 released

Cinnamon 1.1.2 was released and is now available for download. This release addresses numerous bug fixes and introduces new features. Critical Fixes Fixed memory leak (which made Cinnamon use a lot of memory and the whole system eventually becoming really slow) Fixed important packaging bug preventing sound applet to work after a media player ...

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