GTK+ 3.17.5 Brings Mir Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 21 July 2015 at 08:44 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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GTK+ 3.17.5 has been released today as the newest version of the toolkit to coincide with GNOME 3.18 in just a few more months.

With GTK+ 3.17.5 there is support for CSS letter-spacing for labels and entries along with partial support for CSS text-decoration. The font handling in the toolkit also now supports per-widget font options and font maps.

As usual, there are more Wayland fixes/improvements with this GTK+ development version and this time around comes down to fixes for copy-paste and drag-and-drop, fix cursor handling in HiDPI, and other fixes.

The GTK+ Mir back-end also got some love this time around with several bug-fixes. There are various bug fixes and minor improvements scattered throughout for those using Mir on Ubuntu.

More details via the information in the 3.17.5 Git tag.
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