GTK+ 3.22.9 Released for GNOME 3.22 Users with HiDPI and Wayland Improvements

GTK+ 3.22.9 has been released at the end of February two weeks after the launch of the eighth maintenance update to the GTK+ 3.22 stable series, which is targeted to users of the GNOME 3.22 desktop environment. GTK+ 3.22.9 is a modest update that adds a bunch of bug fixes and improvements for Wayland support, as well as HiDPI. But first, it looks like Ctrl-navigation now works again in the opposite direction in RTL (Right-to-Left) text, and the scale factor is now properly propagated upon reparent. Additionally, pressure sensitivity was improved for Surface Book/MyPaint and it should no longer be lost if the user removes the pen from screen.