gcalctool v5.9.8 (hopefully stable)
Posted on: 12/05/2006 11:03 AM

Gcalctool is the default GNOME desktop calculator.

It has Basic, Advanced, Financial and Scientific modes. Internally it uses multiple precision arithmetic to produce results to a high degree of accuracy.

This release is for GNOME 2.17.3

Changes since the last gcalctool version (5.9.7).

* Fixed bug #380145 =96 Markup error in alert message.

* Fixed bug #376572 - Primary selection is not recognised.

* Modified patch from Sun Bugster bug #6480076. Made the gcalctool display area focusable.

* Fixed bug #367754 - [doc] Update documentation for % operator.

* Fixed bug #367728 - [doc] Update documentation for Mod (Modulus Division) operation.

* Fixed bug #367715 - [doc] Update doc to mention saving of memory
registers.

* Fixed bug #367718 - [doc] Documentation change needed for
View-gt;Memory Registers menu item inactive.

* Fixed bug #367735 - [doc] Update documentation for Ctrm operation.

* Fixed bug #367740 - [doc] Documentation for Clear Entry and Clear
could be better.

* Fixed bug #367725 - [doc] Update documentation for the Memory
Register Window.

* Fixed bug #367720 - [doc] Documentation change needed for keyboard
shortcuts for buttons with menus associated with them.

* Fixed bug #367712 - [doc] Need to document how to enter scientific
number s with a negative exponent in AOP mode.

* Fixed bug #367722 =96 [doc] Update documentation for Xor and x^y
operations.

Updated String Translations (thankyou!)

Priit Laes - et.po: Translation updated by Ivar Smolin.

You can download this new version from:
http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/gcalctool/5.9/



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