GTK+ 3.22.2 Deprecates APIs That Will Be Removed in GTK+ 4, Improves Win32 Theme

GTK+ 3.22.2 comes just two weeks after the release of GNOME 3.22.1 and in time for the upcoming GNOME 3.22.2 milestone, which will also be the last one pushed for the GNOME 3.22 series. GTK+ 3.22.2 is mostly a bugfix release, but also adds various improvements to the win32 theme and deprecates APIs (Application Programming Interface) that’ll be removed in the next major branch, GTK+ 4. As for the bug fixes, GTK+ 3.22.2 makes full-screen support in the Wayland display server less buggy, addresses a typo in the documentation of CSS color definitions, patches a style-set signal problem, no longer calls eglGetDisplay for getting EGL display connections, forces LTR (Left-to-right) for horizontal-button in menu bindings, and adds support for displaying keyboard shortcuts from left to right in RTL (Right-to-left).

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