Work Underway for GTK+ 4 Toolkit, Graphic Tablet Support Was Improved on Windows

With 1551 lines added and 1998 lines removed, the master branch of GTK+ has seen 40 commits since Emmanuele Bassi’s last report, and it appears that the first GTK+ 4 development snapshot is now ready for public testing, versioned 3.89.1. According to the current GTK+ road map, all deprecated APIs have now been removed. Three developers have contributed various interesting improvements to the master branch of GTK+, including Andrew Chadwick, who landed better graphic tablet support for Windows platforms, and Lapo Calamandrei, who managed to update the Adwaita and High Contrast themes with the latest gradients and progress bars CSS work.