The basic level of Gnome today is a grim environment: just gray to the eye-catching. KDE wipes far ahead in effects, but luckily there are add-ons that can be used to decorate Gnome as well.
Transparency is blingbling, while transparency really improves work. Blur my Shell offers the latter, and the imprint is stunning.
As the name implies, the add-on blurs the background, bringing the application menu icons to a better display. In addition, blur has been added to Gnome’s top bar and application dock. As a nice addition, the wallpaper blurred with Blur my Shell is also displayed in the Gnome application menu. Otherwise, there is contentment with the gray background.
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