GNOME Shell 3.30.2

About GNOME Shell

GNOME Shell provides core user interface functions for the GNOME 3
desktop, like switching to windows and launching applications. GNOME
Shell takes advantage of the capabilities of modern graphics hardware
and introduces innovative user interface concepts to provide a
visually attractive and easy to use experience.

Tarball releases are provided largely for distributions to build
packages. If you are interested in building GNOME Shell from source,
we would recommend building from version control using the build
script described at:

Not only will that give you the very latest version of this rapidly
changing project, it will be much easier than get GNOME Shell and its
dependencies to build from tarballs.


* popupMenu: Fix keyboard activation when numlock is active [Andrea; #550]
* Do not block all shortcuts while app folders are expanded [Florian; #648]
* Fix regression in handling new input sources [Carlos; #691]
* Improve performance of app icon animations [Daniel; !253, !261]
* Respect natural-scroll setting for workspace swipe gesture [Erik; #516]
* notifications: Support icon theme names in ‘image-path’ hint [Marco; !285]
* Confine window preview titles to workspace area [Florian; !214]
* Misc. bug fixes [Florian, Cosimo; #602, #693, #768, #430, !286]

Andrea Azzarone, Cosimo Cecchi, Erik Duxstad, Carlos Garnacho,
Florian Müllner, Didier Roche, Marco Trevisan (Treviño), verdre,
Daniel van Vugt

Rūdolfs Mazurs [lv], Kristjan SCHMIDT [eo], Milo Casagrande [it],
Dušan Kazik [sk], gogo [hr], Anish Sheela [ml], Rafael Fontenelle [pt_BR],
Daniel Mustieles [es]

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