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GTK+ 3.6.4 is bug fixing to perfection

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Version 3.6.4 change log

  • (691186) – stylecontext: Make font hack not crash

Version 3.6.3 change log

  • The Wayland backend works with Wayland 1.0.0 now

Bug fixes:

  • (132333) – Can’t add a palette to the dialog of a color button
  • (371034) – Doc for gtk_file_chooser_get_filename: Is the resulting path absolute or not necessarily?
  • (548793) – funny pattern for iterating GtkTreeModel
  • (577806) – gtk_file_chooser_add_shortcut_folder adds duplicates of bookmarks
  • (626499) – GtkClipboard unnotified on change of OS X pasteboard owner
  • (668239) – texts disappear when notebook switch page at zh_CN locate!
  • (672193) – windows (including menus) shown multiple times don’t get enter event if under mouse
  • (677339) – GTK+ 3 documentation wrong about GtkWidget scroll-event signal
  • (683072) – Print dialog shows cryptic status message and displays garbage in status line
  • (687065) – InstallableOptions is not filtered in cups backend
  • (687816) – GtkTreeView does not draw correctly since commit aaedc7b6
  • (688710) – [PATCH] Splash screens shouldn’t stay on top of all applications
  • (688884) – Typo in gtk_tree_view_set_tooltip_column documentation
  • (689235) – Broken function declarations corrupt the stack on windows
  • (690266) – Freeze with F10/Shift-F10 on submenus
  • Win32: Avoid infinite recursion in the ime input module
  • Quartz: Fixes for splashscreen and tooltip windows

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  • António Fernandes

    Neither. :)

    It’s that version 3.6.3 introduced a crash on some applications and a new version was released to fix that.

  • Swapnil Chitnis

    Kinda OT but when is the approx time when we would see Wayland on most Linux distros?