GNOME Shell 3.15.92 Improves GNOME's Classic Theme
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 17 March 2015 at 06:37 PM EDT. 1 Comment
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GNOME Shell 3.15.92 was released today and among other minor enhancements it improves the GNOME classic theme.

Florian Müllner announced the GNOME Shell 3.15.92 release today and among its enhancements are an improved classic theme, fixed ordering of calendar events, pointer barriers for the legacy tray, menu fixes, GDM changes, and various other items. The classic theme changes come down to items that looked "bad" or improper up to now.

A list of GNOME Shell 3.15.92 changes can be found via this Git commit.

GNOME's Mutter 3.15.92 was also released today. Mutter 3.15.92 window management changes include ensuring pointer visibility on monitor changes, fixed geometry of shaded windows, scaling window decorations on HiDPI displays, and other changes.

GNOME 3.16 with all updated components is due to be released next week on 25 March.
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