Agave release 0.4.1 now available
Posted on: 09/29/2006 07:29 PM

A new Agave release 0.4.1 is now available.

What is it?
Agave is a very simple application for the GNOME desktop that allows you to generate a variety of colorschemes from a single starting color.

It is aimed primarily toward web designers for creating pleasing color combinations for websites.

More information can be found at

Where to get it?
This release is available as a source package in tar.gz or tar.bz2 format and can be downloaded from:
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What's Changed?
* Moved user data directory from ~/.agave to ~/.local/share/agave
to reduce home directory dotfile pollution. Data files will be
migrated automatically.
* Added the ability to use different palette files. 4 palette files are
shipped by default (Websafe, GNOME icon palette, Tango palette, and
Visibone palette). Palettes are standard Gimp Palette files (.gpl) and
can be added by dropping a file in ~/.local/share/agave/palettes

* Fixed an issue when compiling with g++ 4.1
* Improve handling of removing multiple colors from the favorites list

* Building from git now requires Intltool 0.35

* updated German translation (Martin Ereth)
* Added Italian translation (Sergio Durzu)
* Added Swedish translation (Daniel Nylander)

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