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- css: Implement the blur filter
Matthias Clasen: This implementation is somewhat incomplete, since we don't allow combining blur with the other filters yet.
- Add a Pango renderer
Matthias Clasen: Copy the PangoCairoRenderer into GTK+, rename it to GskPangoRenderer, and strip it down far enough to build without private pango apis.
- gtk-demo: Add a new overlay demo
Matthias Clasen: Replace the not very impressive transparent demo with the blur-behind example.
- gtk-demo: Add gears to the bowl
Matthias Clasen: Just for fun.
- gtk-demo: Update cursors demo
Benjamin Otte: It's all glade-ified, hurray! It also now properly tests image cursors, named cursors and fallbacks.
- css: Implement support for dynamic values
Benjamin Otte: This adds a new GtkStyleAnimation called GtkCssDynamic (for lack of a better name) that is spawned whenever at least one dynamic value is part of the GtkCssStyle.
- broadway: Add a texture cache
Alexander Larsson: This ensures we never upload a texture we already have locally available.
- gdk: Add GType support to GdkContentFormats
Benjamin Otte: This is not used by anything yet, but add it now, so people looking at this new code can make sense of it.
- wayland: Add support for BTN_STYLUS3
Jason Gerecke: BTN_STYLUS3 is defined by the Linux 4.15 kernel and is sent when the third button on a stylus is pressed.
- gtk-demo: Update font explorer example
Matthias Clasen: Revise the UI (no more double checkboxes), add font variations, update font features from the dialog, allow tweaking ranges.