GTK+ 3.19.6 Released With CSS Changes & Wayland Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 8 January 2016 at 07:02 PM EST. Add A Comment
Matthias Clasen has released GTK+ 3.19.6 in the road towards the GNOME 3.20 release in March.

GTK+ 3.19.6 has a number of CSS changes, a high contrast inverse theme has been added to GTK+, GTK inspector improvements, various Wayland improvements, and a ton of bug fixes.

The Wayland changes for GTK+ 3.19.6 include prefering subsurfaces for temporary windows, improving handling of dialogs without a transient parent, and force a grab cursor while a popup is shown.

More details on the GTK+ 3.19.6 tool-kit changes can be found via this Git commit.
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