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Enlightenment DR 0.23.0 Release

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Highlights:

New padded screenshot option
Meson build now is the build system
Music Control now supports rage mpris dbus protocol
Add Bluez5 support with totally new and redone module and gadget
Add dpms option to turn it off or on
Alt-tab window switcher allows moving of windows while alt-tabbing
Lots of bug fixes, compile warning fixes etc.
Massive improvements to Wayland support

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