Fixed a crash under IceWM, thanks to Owen, who spent quite some
time looking at protocol traces.
Use the new file chooser, now that libgnomeui allows us to do
Be better w.r.t. a11y; Muktha Narayan.
A couple of minor miscellaneous fixes.
Updated translations: Maetin AEmirov (az), Miloslav Trmac (cs),
Nikos Charonitakis (el), Francisco Javier F. Serrador (es), Pauli
Virtanen (fi), Christophe Merlet (RedFox) (fr), Takeshi AIHANA
(ja), Young-Ho Cha (ko), Daniel van Eeden (nl), Kjartan Maraas
(no), Gnome PL Team (pl), Laurent Dhima (sq), Christian Rose (sv),
Maxim Dziumanenko (uk).
GCompris is a full featured education game for kids between 3
and 10. The game includes many different activities like teaching
how to use a mouse and keybord, memory games, vector drawing, basic
educational games, reading, algebra exerciser and more.
Added linda verde theme by Jose Jorge. If you like green...
Added chronos activity by Jose. Based on the shape engine, you must
place the items in the correct order.
Updated some asseml voices packages that have changed:
The major change in them is the spanish geography package.
Others are more
fixes and updates.
Added preliminary support for the TEI Lite format (Roberto
Rosselli Del Turco)
Big fix of XML namespace handling. Dispspecs now refer to
elements using a namespace URI (if any) and the local name within
that namespace. Element-matching code now uses namespaces rather
than prefixes in various places, including the XSL-FO and RELAX NG
plugins, which should lead to more robust handling of arbitrary
When determining which dispspec to use, calculate coverage of
the document elements and pick the best (above a certain threshold
New dialog for selecting which child element to insert when a
DTD requires such a choice. The new dialog lists both the XML names
and the translated names with icons where available (me)
Added a workaround for bug #124507 which pops up a dialog
explaining what the problem is and tells you which elements are
causing it. The problem elements will not appear in the editor
widget. The dialog repeats every time the document is editor, but
this is better behaviour than a silent crash :-) (me)
Qalculate! is a modern multi-purpose desktop calculator for
GNU/Linux. It is small and simple to use but with much power
underneath. Features include customizable functions, units,
arbitrary precision, plotting, and a user-friendly interface.
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