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GTK+ 3.13.6 Updated To Work With Newer Wayland

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The GTK+ tool-kit is out with a new release this week that offers a lot of bug fixes but also several new improvements.

First up, the new GTK+ 3.13.6 release has been updated to support newer versions of the Wayland protocol. Beyond that as the only Wayland change for this GTK+ 3.14 development release, there's Adwaita theme improvements, a faster blur implementation for shadows, and a variety of other GTK improvements. There's a total of 37 known bug-fixes in the GTK+ 3.13.6 release.

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