Almost at the same time with the unstable Shell 3.11.90, comes the stable release 3.10.4. This is a the 4th maintenance release of 3.10 series that brings some major fixes.
Without having a second monitor to try it out, I think that’s the most “single” annoying bug that is now fixed.
Petr Schindler [reporter] [#710610]
When I mirror desktop over two monitors (built-in and external one) I can’t move applications to another workspace (in overview).
When I drag and drop application to another workspace it appears on the current one. This happens also when I drag&drop window from another workspace, it appears on the active workspace too.
Also when I drag window between two workspaces no new workspace appears.
Version: gnome-shell-3.10.1-1.fc20.x86_64 | Fedora 20
More Bug Fixes Include:
Other important changes include various regressions in window-tracking, that causing crashes or un-expected behaviors.
- Fix keyboard activation of legacy tray icons [Giovanni; #721267]
- Fix regressions from window-tracking changes in 3.10.3 [Florian; #722434, #722690, #722840, #723308, #722928]
- Scale UI on high-resolution displays [Adel; #705410]
- Misc. bug fixes [Giovanni, Jasper; #722547, #723197, #724256]
- Fix CSD titlebars being placed off-screen [Jasper; #719772]
- Expose MetaWindow:skip-taskbar property [Florian; #723307]
- Fix legacy tray icons showing up blank [Adel; #721596]
- Fix configuration of cloned monitors [Adel; #710610]
- Use correct output property for backlight control [Robert; #723606]
- Misc. bug fixes [Jasper, Adel, Giovanni, Ryan; #720630, #723468, #724258, #724364]
$ gnome-shell --version
Will show you your current Shell/Mutter version installed. Alternatively you can use your package manager.
In Fedora that would be:
$ rpm -q gnome-shell $ rpm -q mutter