GNOME Shell to Get Night Light Indicator in Status Area for GNOME 3.24 Desktop

We have to admit that the changelog of GNOME Shell 3.24 Beta, which you can find attached at the end of the article, consists mostly of various bug fixes and under-the-hood performance improvements, but we can’t help but notice that a new night light indicator was added to the status area, which should warm up your computer’s display at night. There’s now a “kill-switch” for user extensions in case you want to terminate a GNOME extension that doesn’t work as expected, and it looks like it’s now possible to toggle the power-off and suspend button on long-press. Additionally, GNOME Shell can now handle both the Ctrl+W and Ctrl+Q keyboard shortcuts in the portal window, and you’ll finally be able to scroll the iBus list with the mouse wheel.