ANNOUNCE: xfce4-mount-plugin 1.1.4 released

Andre Miranda andre42m at
Mon Dec 21 00:46:17 CET 2020

xfce4-mount-plugin 1.1.4 is now available for download from

What is xfce4-mount-plugin?

The mount plugin allows you to mount devices such as hard disks,
CD/DVD-ROM and network filesystems listed in your /etc/fstab and to also
unmount currently mounted filesystems. You can specify custom commands
for the mount/unmount operations, eject CDs, run a command after a
device has been mounted (for example, exo-open to browse it in your file
manager), and finally you can quickly see how full a filesystem is, and
whether it's already mounted.


Release notes for 1.1.4
- Remove unused variable exclude_devicenames
- Remove obsolete panel version 4.9 check
- Remove checks for unused functions from
- Include stdlib because malloc is used
- Spellfix. Add missing "e" to siz (size)
- Update URLs from goodies.x.o to docs.x.o (Bug #16168)
- Fix build with panel 4.15
- Make build less verbose
- Another change to the SVG icon file canvas size
- Updated svg image to have a larger canvas so that the panel can be
  resized up to 192 pixels size
- Added title to popup menu; even if it is not empty (Bug #14478)
- https URL instead of http
- Renamed improperly named member variable of main mountpoint display
- Display percentage on progress bar again (regression from port to
- Reformatted popup information with more columns and nicer alignment.
  (Bug #14670)
- Fix bug 13624 by not trying to save when closing the plugin, but
  already and only when closing the settings dialog
- Translation Updates:
  Albanian, Arabic, Asturian, Basque, Belarusian, Bulgarian,
  Catalan, Chinese (China), Chinese (Taiwan), Croatian, Czech, Danish,
  Dutch, Eastern Armenian, English (Australia), English (United
  Kingdom), Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hebrew,
  Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Interlingue, Italian, Japanese,
  Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Occitan (post
  1500), Panjabi (Punjabi), Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazil),
  Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian,
  Urdu, Urdu (Pakistan), Uyghur

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