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SOME GTK+ SIGHTINGS

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All of these changes will appear in GTK+ 3.18 in September. And we are not quite done yet – we may still get a modernized path bar this cycle, if everything works out.

The improvements that I have presented here are not all my work. A lot of credit goes to Allan Day, Carlos Soriano, Georges Basile Stavracas Neto, and Arc Riley. Buy them a drink if you meet them!

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It's Been Three Years Since "GNOME 4.0" Was Proposed

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Three years ago this week was GUADEC 2012 where GNOME 4.0 was proposed along with GNOME OS. While GNOME 4.0 was supposed to materialize in 2014, that obviously didn't happen, but at least GNOME 3.x has matured a lot and garnered much better support than it had years ago.

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Gnumeric 1.12.23 Open Source Spreadsheet Editor Brings Fuzzed File Hardening

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The development team of the open-source Gnumeric spreadsheet editor software used in numerous GNU/Linux distributions announced the immediate availability for download of Gnumeric 1.12.23.

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Parsix 8.0 Test 2 Is Based on Debian Testing and GNOME 3.16

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Parsix GNU/Linux, a live and installation DVD based on the testing packages from the Debian project that's using GNOME as the desktop, is now at version 8.0 Test 2 and is ready for download and testing.

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GNOME's LaTeXila TeX/LaTeX Editor App Gets New Features, Prepares for GNOME 3.18

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The GNOME Project has released a new development milestone for the LaTeXila software, an open-source TeX and LaTeX editor used by default in the GNOME desktop environment.

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GNOME Initial Setup Gets a Revamp with New Functionality and Bugfixes

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During the release cycle of the GNOME 3.18 desktop environment, the GNOME developers updated the GNOME Initial Setup components, which is displayed only once when you first install the GNOME desktop on your GNU/Linux distribution.

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GNOME News Promises to Be an Unbelievable Feed Reader for GNOME 3.18 - Video

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On July 24, Igor Gnatenko was more than proud to publish some details about his upcoming news reader app for the highly acclaimed GNOME desktop environment, called GNOME News.

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Leftovers: GNOME Software

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Nautilus File Manager Receives Multiple Improvements and Bugfixes for GNOME 3.18

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On July 23, the GNOME Project announced that the third snapshot towards the Nautilus (Files) 3.18 file manager for the upcoming GNOME 3.18 desktop environment was available for download and testing.

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GNOME's Epiphany Web Browser Adds Navigation Improvements to Web Apps

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The hard working developers behind the highly acclaimed GNOME desktop environment used in numerous distributions of GNU/Linux have just finished a new milestone towards the anticipated GNOME 3.18 release.

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