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User Features Coming To GNOME 3.11.5

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Published on 06 February 2014 10:33 AM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME
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GNOME 3.11.5 is anticipated for release later today and with it will come new user-facing features.

Already for GNOME 3.11.5 packages we have covered WebKitGTK+ support for multiple web processes, additions to GNOME Shell 3.11.5, a new GTK+ pop-overs feature, and Mutter-Wayland support for sub-surfaces.

For those curious about the minor user enhancements and polishing, Red Hat's Matthias Clasen has penned a new blog post and shared some screenshots to provide a quick glance of the new release. Features covered in Clasen's post about GNOME Shell 3.11.5 include system status refinements, airplane mode improvements, and desktop file actions.

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