#41 Italian Gestures
Update on what happened across the GNOME project in the week from April 22 to April 29.
Core system user interface for things like launching apps, switching windows, system search, and more.
At LAS, we started working on two-dimensional gestures for gnome-shell, it will soon be possible to do workspace switching while doing the overview gesture
Cross-platform widget toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces.
Sophie Herold announces
In GJS, Xi Ruoyao fixed a serious crash that occurred with newer versions of libffi.
Internet radio player with over 30000 stations.
I released Shortwave 3.0! Notables changes / new features:
- Updated user interface that uses the new Adwaita design
- Support for the new GNOME 42 dark mode
- New option to add private stations to the library, which should not (or cannot) be available on radio-browser.info (e.g. local network/paid streams).
- Display station bitrate information, which can also be used as a sorting option
- New button on the search page that allows to sort the search results
An editor that helps you write better Git and Mercurial commit messages.
Version 3.2.0 of Commit message editor is out with
- Improve auto capitalization
- Add support for gitconfig and hgrc
- Support editing any file
- Make the primary button label dynamic (Tag, Rebase, Commit, …)
- Use 2 spaces indentation
- Add menu button
- GNOME Platform 42
- Various fixes
Mazhar Hussain reports
Version v0.5.2 of Login Manager Settings was released. Compared to v0.4, Mouse settings were added, support for right-to-left languages was improved and more text got localization support. The application also got German, Occitan, and Spanish translations. Also, 1st flatpak version of the app was released on FlatHub.
Track your time without being tracked
Furtherance v1.2.0 was released and includes a Pomodoro-style countdown timer! The Pomodoro timer can be switched on in Preferences. Also, changing the date of a task when it is the only task in its group no longer causes the application to crash.
Plays music, and nothing else.
Emmanuele Bassi says
New week, new release of Amberol! Some additional tweaks to the UI, with the playlist queue now on the left hand side of the main window thanks to the design of Tobias Bernard; but, most importantly, the song loading is now more reliable and you should not experience any more unexpected crashes when switching between songs.
See you next week, and be sure to stop by #thisweek:gnome.org with updates on your own projects!