Interesting work-in-progress filled-with-features tweaking tool, Mechanig, video demoed
Ubuntu, as a desktop, is filled with functionalities and features, bundle of contained power that is to be (on demand) adjusted to suit the user's requirements, needs, workflows, etc.
Mechanig is a new (work in progress) tweaking utility, aimed at offering a massive amount of to-be-tweaked options, tool that incorporates a complete set of configuration options.
Clarity is definitely a key point of Mechanig, the app is divided into
Start page (gathering comonly used actions from every category in a recommended-from like approach) and essential desktop parts, such as
Compiz settings, etc.
Clicking on the tolbar's
Unity settings, shifts the main view to a Unity-only related panel where
Additional are exposed, basically, Mechanig adopts a full complete attitude, embracing all (most of) the existing tweakable aspects of the desktop.
The mentioned Unity attitude is not singular, Mechanig populates the other categories with a similar full-of-entries approach.
Among numerous interesting aspects (observable in the clip), the tweaking utility houses highly-useful functionalities, such as the option to enable/disable Unity lenses (to appear on the lens bar, without uninstalling them) by simply checking/unchecking them.
Judging by the already-available code, Mechanig is to be probably launched in the near future.