ANNOUNCE: xfdashboard 0.1.91 released
nomad at froevel.de
Fri May 9 14:11:39 CEST 2014
xfdashboard-0.1.91 "I see the light at the end of the tunnel" was
released on 2014-05-09.
This is a release candidate for upcoming stable version 0.2.0.
Maybe a Gnome shell like dashboard for Xfce
* This may be the last version before releasing stable version. Please
report bugs and performance issues to the URL listed above. Thanks :)
Release notes for 0.1.91
* WARNING: Broke API because I renamed XfdashboardImage to
XfdashboardImageContent to keep class name in sync with the naming
convention I used so far
* A small new feature did it into this release candidate as it makes
xfdashboard more convenient. Introduced the command-line options
"-t" and "--toggle" to toggle between suspend/resume state from
command-line. It works with daemon and non-daemon mode. But at latter
mode it will just quit xfdashboard instead of suspending.
* Added an auto-start .desktop file, which is disabled by default, and
application .desktop file for application menu which can also be used
for a panel launcher. It misses an application icon and I have no idea
how it should look like despite I can draw it :(
* Fixed lookup of relative pathes to icons. They are now always relative
pathes to the base path of current theme.
* Icons of views, e.g. used by view selector, can now be themed via CSS.
* View selector now uses tooltip to display which view is behind which
* One very first start-up, when the setting xfdashboard/favourites is be
missed in xfconf, set up a default set of favourites from preferred
applications like terminal, web browser etc. supported by exo.
* The layout manager XfdashboardScaledTableLayout got a new property
called "prevent-upscaling" to prevent that a child is sized larger
than its real and natural size. The windows view can use it to prevent
upscaling of windows. The default theme activates this new option.
* Include window frame at XfdashboardWindowContent for live updates.
It is configurable by the theme via the property called
"include-window-frame". The default theme turns it on.
* Some smaller improvements but no real bug fixes
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