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gnome-libs 1.0.4 is released

Mar 20, 1999, 17:09 (0 Talkback[s])

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Federico writes:

gnome-libs 1.0.4 is released

Hello, lovers of bugfix releases

The GNOME team has just released version 1.0.4 of the gnome-libs package.

* Availability:

* Major new features:

- gnome-moz-remote: Now makes sure it uses a local copy of Mozilla for local URLs (i.e. "file:" ones). Now uses GNOME WM hints if available to look for client windows (James Henstridge).

- Users should now be able to properly customize their menu accelerators on the fly, and they should be saved correctly upon termination of the topmost gtk_main() loop (Tim Janik).

- Zvt now supports selection when scrolling (Michael Zucchi).

* Minor fixes:

- Making of documentation files now works for srcdir != builddir (Raja Harinath).

- gnome-moz-remote no longer depends on -lXmu or -lXt (James Henstridge).

- Canvas item bounding and icon list button event fixes (Richard Hult).

- Dialogs in gnome-dialog-util now get the correct focus (Federico Mena).

- Timeout removal fixes in gnome-icon-list and gnome-pixmap-entry (George Lebl).

Have fun,

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