Are you looking to install font on your Ubuntu OS? There are certain cases or situations where you want to use a specific font type that is readily not available in your Ubuntu Operating System. In this tutorial, I will show you how to simply install a Microsoft font or a Google Web font that is of interest to you easily on your Ubuntu 16.10 or Ubuntu 16.04 or any other earlier versions of Ubuntu.
Unity 5.2 recently released, is a flexible and powerful development platform for creating multiplatform 3D and 2D games and interactive experiences. It’s a complete ecosystem for anyone who aims to build a business on creating high-end content and connecting to their most loyal and enthusiastic players and customers. Unity 5.2 Changelog New Features 2D: Ability to rotate sprites while Sprite Packing to save atlas space Android: Experimental support for IL2CPP scripting backend Android: Audio – Enable OpenSL fast path for devices that support FEATURE_AUDIO_LOW_LATENCY Android: ETC1 Compression for Sprite Atlases.
Unsettings 0.09 recently released, is a graphical configuration program for the Unity desktop environment that lets you change some oft the Unity settings. Unsettings can only change your users’s settings, you can’t use it to change global settings or do anything else that needs root privileges. You can use Unsettings to change the themes for GTK, window manager, icons and cursors. But it doesn’t support the installation of new themes. With Unsettings you can switch off the global menu and the overlay scrollbars used in Unity.
PopcornFx is a realtime particle FX middleware for games. It’s made of a dedicated effect editor and a multiplatform runtime integrated into the game-engine. PopcornFx’s architecture and scriptable particles makes it both high-performance and extremely powerful. Watch the overview video for more details on what it does. How does it work ? Particle effects are created by artists in the PopcornFx editor. They are then baked and saved with the game assets.
Ubuntu 14.04 comes with the overlay scroll bar – which remains auto-hidden and is only shown when you hover your mouse over the edge of the screen. I personally find it difficult most times to use when I need to quickly move up and down an active screen. To disable this feature and restore the normal Windows-like scroll-bar: Method 1: Using Unity Tweak Tool – If you do not have the Unity Tweak Tool, then install with following command: sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool – Launch Unity Tweak Tool Under System, click on Scrolling Under Scrollbars, change from overlay to Legacy Method 2: Via Terminal – Disable the overlay scroll-bar gsettings set com.