GNOME 3.26 Improves Control Center’s Network, Online Accounts & Printers Panels

GNOME Control Center is an essential part of the GNOME desktop, and the GNOME 3.25.3 development release adds quite a bunch of improvements enhancing the Network, Online Accounts, Printers, and Region & Language panels. While many of these improvements are mostly related to the look and feel, there’s also some new functionality implemented. For example, the ignored network interface types have been simplified in the Network panel, which should no longer crash when NMDevice does not have a hw-address (hardware address). On the other hand, the Printers panel allows users to undo a deleted printer, adds a 10-second timeout for printer removal jobs, and hides the supply level bar when no inklevel data is available.