GTK+ 3.17.7 Adds Wayland Touchpad Gestures
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 19 August 2015 at 08:54 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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Released this week was GTK+ 3.17.7 as the latest tool-kit update leading up to the GNOME 3.18 Beta. With the GTK+ 3.17.7 release does come a few interesting changes.

GTK+ 3.17.7 most notably adds support for touchpad gestures to its Wayland back-end and touchpad gesture events are now supported by the GDK. Other changes for GTK+ 3.17.7 include client-side decoration resizing for all corners/edges, high contrast theme improvements, and various bug fixes along with a handful of other minor refinements.

More details on GTK+ 3.17.7 via the GTK Git repository. Overall, GNOME 3.18 appears to be shaping up very nicely for its release next month.
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