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Install Anatine “Pristine Twitter app” on Ubuntu 16.04

Anatine is an opensource Pristine Twitter like app developed for OS X, Linux, and Windows OS. Anatine offers you some nice features which includes a lovely Dark mode theme and it also runs at the background when you close the app. Highlights of Features Dark mode You can toggle dark mode in the Anatine menu or with Cmd Shift D / Ctrl Shift D. []1 Background behavior When closing the window, the app will continue running in the background, in the dock on macOS and the tray on Linux/Windows.

Corebird Twitter Client 1.2 Released

Corebird 1.2 recently released, is an open-source, modern, easy and fun Twitter client developed in GTK 3.12, and it comes with all the main twitter features, which includes: Tweets Streaming, Favorites, Lists, Filters, Integrated Search, Mentions/Notifications, among others. Corebird 1.2 changelog Inline media and avatars are no longer cached on disk Videos now indicate download progress showing a preview thumbnail with a circular progress overlay We download higher-resolution avatars on HiDPI displays now The build system usage has seen a major refactoring an cleanup, thanks to Rico Tzschichholz The sidebar is now at the top and dark Favorites now us a heart icon Sending tweets is now cancellable (e.

Corebird 1.0 released with many layout updates

Corebird 1.0 recently released, is an open-source, modern, easy and fun Twitter client developed in GTK 3.12, and it comes with all the main twitter features, which includes: Tweets Streaming, Favorites, Lists, Filters, Integrated Search, Mentions/Notifications, among others. Corebird 1.0 changelog All dialogs now use client-side decorations if the environment dictates it, otherwise they fall back to server-side decorations (compose dialog is excluded). Many layout updates The compose window now allows for up to 4 pictures to be uploaded.

Corebird 0.9 released

Corebird 0.9 which was recently released, is an open-source, modern, easy and fun Twitter client developed in GTK 3.12, and it comes with all the main twitter features, which includes: Tweets Streaming, Favorites, Lists, Filters, Integrated Search, Mentions/Notifications, among others. Corebird 0.9 update The avatar of the currently active account in a window is now clickable, showing all configured accounts. From here, each account can be opened, configured or the active account of the window can be switched The logic for autostarting accounts is more explicit now The setting regarding the dark theme is gone (existing configurations will keep working) When viewing an image of a tweet with multiple images/videos attached, you can now use the cursor keys to navigate between them Avatars in tweets and profiles now show if the user is verified Lots of the application should now react better to missing network connections The activity indicator for loading older tweets (which is what was in the bottom of the sidebar)is now in the tweet list itself Install Corebird 0.

Install Birdie Twitter Client in Ubuntu 13.10, 14.04

Birdie is a beautiful Twitter client designed for elementary OS. It is fast, easy to use and works great. It provides all the basic Twitter features and allows you to enjoy Twitter right on your desktop. Unfortunately, Birdie isn’t available for Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy) in the PPA launchpad but available for other versions. Install on Ubuntu 13.10 32bit OS wget https://launchpad.net/~birdie-team/+archive/stable/+files/birdie_0.3%2Br274-0%2Bpkg12~raring1_i386.deb sudo dpkg -i birdie_0.3*; sudo apt-get -f install [hr] 64bit OS wget https://launchpad.

Add Twitter Share button on your Website without Plugin

The Tweet Button is a small widget which allows your users to easily share your website content with their followers. The quickest way to build a Tweet Button for your website is to use the Twitter Button Resources Page Steps: – Click button below to access the Twitter Button Resources Page [button link=”https://about.twitter.com/resources/buttons” style=”tick” color=”primary” class=”sys_btn”]Twitter Button Resources Page[/button] – Click “Share a link” or any of the button you wish to use.