2019 was a big year for elementary. Read about what we accomplished, plus what we're up to in 2020! https://blog.elementary.io/our-2019-in-review/
Here it is. This is the thing to keep an eye on: https://github.com/orgs/elementary/projects/55
@firstname.lastname@example.org gives me so much joy. Now I can easily see the git status of the files on a git repository. Features like this one is what makes elementary so nice to work with. Thanks a lot @CassidyJames@twitter.com for the suggestion and to those who worked on the PR. 😀
And of course always bringing you some more a11y options https://github.com/elementary/switchboard-plug-mouse-touchpad/pull/110
Looking at how we can make Radio selections more obvious: https://github.com/elementary/stylesheet/issues/575
elementary OS 5.1 Hera – Quelques améliorations en vue !
Une petite présentation de cette nouvelle version qui est un cumul des mises à jour de la 5.0 sorties tout au long de l'année.
elementary OS #protip: Having trouble seeing something small, or just want to focus on something during a presentation? Hit ⌘+Plus to zoom in, and ⌘+Minus to zoom back out. See these shortcuts and more by hitting the ⌘ key on its own.
elementary OS users: we need YOUR help! Yes, YOU specifically. We have a community-run support site at http://elementaryos.stackexchange.com. However, our small mod team can’t keep up! 😰 If you could take a couple of minutes answering or clarifying questions, it would help immensely. Thanks!
elementary OS #protip: search for app actions in the Applications Menu! For example, quickly open straight to an incognito browser session by searching for “incognito”. Create a new Calendar event with “event”. Check for updates in AppCenter with “updates”. And more!
Now that elementary OS 5.1 Hera is out, what’s your favorite update? https://blog.elementary.io/introducing-elementary-os-5-1-hera/
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