GNOME Shell 3.17.4 Adds Four-Finger Swipe Gesture
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 23 July 2015 at 07:54 AM EDT. 2 Comments
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GNOME Shell 3.17.4 is now available, but it's not the most exciting development release of recent times...

In the road to GNOME 3.18, the v3.17.4 milestone is happening this week. GNOME Shell 3.17.4 was checked in but it's not too heavy on feature work.

One new feature to GNOME Shell 3.17.4 is support for the four-finger swipe gesture on touchpads/touch-screens, per this tracking bug.

Aside from the new swipe gesture, there's a fix for fuzziness of the app menu icon and random bug-fixes. Details via the updated NEWS.

GNOME 3.18.0 is scheduled for release in September and overall there are a lot of interesting features/changes taking place even though this particular Shell milestone may not be the most exciting.
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