GTK+ 3.20 Rolls Out Ahead Of GNOME 3.20
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 22 March 2016 at 06:01 AM EDT. 5 Comments
GTK+ 3.20 was released on Monday as the toolkit empowering the GNOME 3.20 desktop release this week.

GTK+ 3.20 brings much-improved Wayland support, a lot of CSS canges, support for reading .XCompose files, support for using native file choosers on Windows, a high contrast inverse theme, and a variety of other changes.

The Wayland GTK+ improvements that dominate this release include support for drag-n-drop, kinetic scrolling, startup notifications, primary selection, window presentation, and system bell support.

More details on GTK+ 3.20 can be found via its release announcement. GNOME 3.20 in full is expected to be released tomorrow (23 March).

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