Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 19th Sep 2007 21:51 UTC, submitted by JCooper
Gnome GNOME 2.20 has been released. "The improvements in GNOME 2.20 include: Improved support for right-to-left languages; desktop search integrated into the file chooser dialog; convenient new features in the Evolution email and calendar client; enhanced browsing of image collections; simplified system preferences; efficient power management and incredibly accurate laptop battery monitoring. Developers receive more help with application development thanks to a new version of the GTK+ toolkit, improved tools, and a great new documentation web site."
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by J.R. on Wed 19th Sep 2007 22:15 UTC
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It looks good. Finally they fixed that jumping window list buttons ;) have been waiting for that one for years. The single best feature in this release, and I am not saying that to trashtalk the other improvements...I am just so happy that they finally fixed it!

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RE: Good
by siimo on Wed 19th Sep 2007 22:42 in reply to "Good"
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This was my biggest gripe as well. Especially with firefox you change tabs and the taskbar buttons grow/shrink depending on the webpage title. >.< It made me switch to XFCE but I will give 2.20 a go on my machine.

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RE: Good
by tyrione on Thu 20th Sep 2007 08:03 in reply to "Good"
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I'm looking forward to Evince latest and Gnome 2.2 in Debian Sid.

With that and Okular I'll have 2 excellent PDF viewers and forms editors.

Of course, when Acrobat 8.1.1 has 64 bit builds I can then deal with Mechanical Engineering 3D Cad PDF files as well.

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