The GNOME Shell is the user-interface for GNOME 3.x.
Activity Earlier In The Year
- st: Make StScrollables' paint volume reflect the unconstrained view
Carlos Garnacho: And constrain it in StScrollView instead (instead of falling back to an infinite paint volume, as the actor as paint/pick impls, but no corresponding get_paint_volume one).
- keyboard: Implement standalone FocusTracker
Carlos Garnacho: And stop using FocusCaretTracker for caret position purposes.
- Bump version to 3.29.3
Florian Müllner: Update NEWS.
- st-texture-cache: Don't add NULL textures to cache
Marco Trevisan (Treviño): This might cause a crash when cleaning up the cache as the hash table has cogl_object_unref as DestroyNotify function but that assumes that the passed object is a valid CoglObject.
- appDisplay: Make middle-click like Ctrl+click
Xavier Johnson: When middle-clicking an app icon on the Dash, it will always try to open a new window of that app, even if the app doesn't support multiple windows.
- st-private: Add support for letter-spacing in ClutterText based StWidgets
Mario Sanchez Prada: Add support in _st_set_text_from_style(), so that this CSS property can be used from any StWidget holding an internal ClutterText.
- theme: Update OSK theme
Carlos Garnacho: Enter/shift/layout/hide buttons have been made to use our own assets, key labels have been made slightly bigger, and incorrect padding has been removed from the extended keys popovers.
- theme: Replace gnome-shell-sass submodule with subtree
Florian Müllner: As the style has grown bigger and more complex, generating the different
variants from a common source has been a good decision.
- altTab: Add also a shortcut to close windows from the switcher popups
Mario Sanchez Prada: Similar to what has been done for the apps switcher, this allows closing windows pressing W or F4 while operating the windows switcher popup or the apps switcher popup while navigating the list of windows for an app.
- altTab: Add shortcut to quit application
Florian Müllner: Allow to quit the currently selected application by hitting Alt-q, similar to the OS X switcher.