Fly-Pie 5 Released!

I have just released a new version of Fly-Pie. This release features for example improved touch-pad support, new theming options, and the possibility to become a sponsor!

Fly-Pie 5 Released!

I have just released a new version of Fly-Pie. This release features for example improved touch-pad support, new theming options, and the possibility to become a sponsor!

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Fly-Pie 4 Released!

I have just released a new version of Fly-Pie. This release features localization support, more flexible menu configurations, a way more powerful D-Bus-Interface and other additions!

Fly-Pie 4 Released!

I have just released a new version of Fly-Pie. This release features localization support, more flexible menu configurations, a way more powerful D-Bus-Interface and other additions!

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Fly-Pie 3 Released!

I have just released a new version of Fly-Pie. One new feature is drag’n’drop support for the menu editor!

Fly-Pie 3 Released!

I have just released a new version of Fly-Pie. One new feature is drag’n’drop support for the menu editor!

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Fly-Pie 2 Released!

I have just released a new version of Fly-Pie featuring an interactive tutorial!

Fly-Pie 2 Released!

I have just released a new version of Fly-Pie featuring an interactive tutorial!

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Create Badges with GitHub Actions!

Everybody loves badges. With GitHub actions you can even create dynamic badges which change with every commit. In this guide I will show you how!

Create Badges with GitHub Actions!

Everybody loves badges. With GitHub actions you can even create dynamic badges which change with every commit. In this guide I will show you how!

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Introducing: Fly-Pie!

Fly-Pie is a new marking menu for Gnome Shell which can be used to launch applications, simulate hotkeys, open URLs and much more.

Introducing: Fly-Pie!

Fly-Pie is a new marking menu for Gnome Shell which can be used to launch applications, simulate hotkeys, open URLs and much more.

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