GNOME Shell 3.15.91 Brings A Variety Of Last Minute Changes
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 5 March 2015 at 12:02 AM EST. Add A Comment
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Besides releasing Mutter 3.15.91 on Wednesday, Florian Müllner also released an updated version of GNOME Shell for the imminent GNOME 3.15.91 release.

In being just two releases away from the official GNOME 3.16.0 debut (GNOME 3.16 RC is coming in two weeks), the GNOME Shell 3.15.91 update has mostly smaller tweaks. The GNOME Shell 3.15.91 release adds an unminimize window animation, doesn't wake the screen for disabled notifications, changes the default shortcut for viewing notifications, uses Polari rather than Empathy for IRC conversations, adds a hideable bottom tray for legacy status icons, improves accessibility for calendar/message lists, and has a variety of other bug fixes and minor alterations.

More details on GNOME Shell 3.15.91 can be found via the mailing list release announcement. Overall GNOME 3.16 is shaping up to be a super-exciting release when it's unleashed at the end of the month.
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