gnome-panel, gnome-session and gnome-desktop 2.6.0 Beta 2 releases
Posted on: 03/10/2004 12:26 PM

gnome-panel contains the GNOME panel which is the area on your desktop from which you can run applications and applets, and perform other tasks.

gnome-session contains the GNOME session manager, the GNOME session manager configuration program and several other session management related utilities and the GNOME session manager proxy, which handles basic session management for applications that do not support XSMP.

gnome-desktop contains the libgnome-desktop library which contains APIs that really belong in libgnome[ui] but have not seen enough testing or development to be considered stable. It also contains documents installed as part of the core GNOME distribution, e.g. the GPL, GNOME's .desktop files, the gnome-about program, some manpages and GNOME's core graphics files and icons.

* What's changed ?



* Fix accessibility issue with the "Force Quit" dialog (Padraig)
* Correctly launch nautilus for directories from the run dialog (Alex)

Clock Applet

* Use GtkComboBox in the preferences dialog (Mark)


* MÉ™tin Æ?mirov (az)
* Ales Nyakhaychyk (be)
* Ole Laursen (da)
* Christian Neumair (de)
* Nikos Charonitakis (el)
* Priit Laes (et)
* Alastair McKinstry (ga)
* Laszlo Dvornik (hu)
* Kjartan Maraas (no)
* Chanchai Junlouchai (th)


Session Manager

* New splash screen for 2.6 (Jakub Steiner)
* Make the capplet use GtkFileChooser (Chris Kelso)


* MÉ™tin Æ?mirov (az)
* Laszlo Dvornik (hu)
* Christopher R. Gabriel (it)
* Amanpreet Singh Alam (pa)
* Paisa Seeluangsawat (th)



* Fix issue where dragging a file from an nfs mounted dir onto
a launcher wouldn't work (Mark)
* Make the launcher editor use GtkFileChooser (Brian Skahan)


* Don't depend on strptime (Mark)
* Check for scrollkeeper in configure (Mark)
* Fixup OMF files to validate with latest scrollkeeper (Mark)


* Laszlo Dvornik (hu)
* Luca Ferretti (it)
* Amanpreet Singh Alam (pa)
* Duarte Loreto (pt)
* Elian Myftiu (sq)
* Dinesh Nadarajah (ta)
* Paisa Seeluangsawat (th)

* Where can I get them ?

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