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- GtkListBox: Add an activatable property for rows
Matthias Clasen: This will let us theme activatable rows differently.
- widget-factory: Add another listbox example
Matthias Clasen: This one is long enough to scroll, and has selection.
- inspector: Add a font button to the visual tab
Matthias Clasen: The font was already settable via the gtk-font-name property of the settings object, but this this much more convenient.
- inspector: Show misc info
Matthias Clasen: Add yet another tab for showing information about a widget that does not quite fit into any of the other tabs (not a property, not style information, etc...).
- Adwaita: Add back a margin of 4px to .menu
Volker Sobek: This had originally been added to Adwaita in the gnome-themes-standard commit 7bf01517bc2 but was lost during 3.
- widget-factory: Add some row activation to the listbox example
Matthias Clasen: This shows some fallout from the gesture conversion.
- wayland: Add some dumb support for the TARGETS selection
Jasper St. Pierre: The way that GtkTextView et al pop up their context menu is to first query to see if the clipboard has some text, and if so, enable the Paste menu item.
- GtkListBox: Add a GtkListBoxRow:selectable property
Matthias Clasen: Having an explicit property for this will make it easier to have a hover style only for rows which are activatable or selectable.
- gtkwindow: Remove resize grips
Jasper St. Pierre: Resize grips were introduced for GNOME 3.0, before we had any of the "new GNOME app" features like invisible borders and CSD.
- wayland: Make sure to notify the capability settings when we get capabilities
Jasper St. Pierre: Otherwise, we won't notice when we get capabilities, and we'll show app menus, etc.