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Tristan V.
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[Glade-devel] Glade 3.9.1 snapshot released

This is the second instalment on the Glade 3.9 cycle
leading up to Glade 3.10 and it depends on GTK+3 (version >= 2.99).

This is not a stable release and is for testing purposes only.

Highlights of this release include:
- Johannes Schmid rewrote the signal editor to use an internal
GtkTreeModel data model that watches the signals of a Glade
widget, this is to improve IDE integration with Anjuta
(specifically Drag'n'Drop of signals).
- GtkToolPalette can now be edited in Glade
- GtkTextTagTable gets an editor and can now have GtkTextTag children.

What is Glade?
Glade is a RAD tool to enable quick & easy development of user
interfaces for the GTK+ toolkit and the GNOME desktop environment.
The user interfaces designed in Glade are saved as XML, and by using
the GtkBuilder GTK+ object these can be loaded by applications
dynamically as needed.

By using GtkBuilder, Glade XML files can be used in numerous
programming languages including C, C++, C#, Vala, Java, Perl,
Python, and others.

Glade 3.9.1
- Added accelerator and tooltip-text properties to menu items
and toolitems in the menu editor (fixes bug 510083).
- Fixed crashes in liststore editor.
- Restored italic insensitive state for the < search widgets >
text in the inspector search box.
- Fixed glade.desktop.in.in file to refer to the new 'glade'
exec name (fix by Emilio Pozuelo Monfort)
- Added support for editing GtkToolPalette along with a special
tool palette editor.
- Make GtkToolBar:icon-size an optional property generally set
by the theme/settings (like GtkToolBar:toolbar-style
- Removed global selection list from glade-utils., now all
selection is controlled by the relevant project
- Removed glade_util_class_implements_interface() in favor of
g_type_is_a() (closes bug 455734, based on original patch from
Juan Pablo Ugarte).
- Applied patch by Sergio García Lobo to fix bug 487656 and
provide mnemonic key access to "Text beside icons" palette
- Added idle function to raise the undocked windows at startup
time, closes bug 475421.
- Fix possible crash when saving new project. bug 622635,
fix by Martin Schlemmer.
- Fixed crash when user performs Drag'n'Drop of
< enter column here > and no columns are yet added
(bug 633943).
- Fixed use of uninitialized variables in warning messages,
bug 634325, fix by Alex Merry.
- Set some default HIG values for widgets as per bug 349447.
- Make query dialog come with a "Create" button instead of
an "OK" button, closes hig bug 503621.
- Added GtkTextTagTable editor, now GtkTextTag can be added
to GtkTextTagTable.
- Made all GdkColor type properties optional, closes bug 457969.
- Fixed add/remove parent context menu actions so that they
work with parentless widget references (i.e. you can add a
parent to a GtkToolItemGroup's label widget or a GtkButton's
image widget, or remove the parent of a child of a
label-widget, etc).
- Expose internal GtkTreeSelection child of GtkTreeView so that
"changed" signal can be connected to. Fixes bug 383766.
- Included Johannes Schmid's new signal editor work, the
GladeSignals are now available via a GtkTreeModel
implementation, this does not effect the UI much but allows
signals to be Drag'n'Dropped from Glade's signal editor to
Anjuta somewhere.
- Restored GtkFixed/GtkLayout background pattern.
- Restored old GladePlaceholder background pattern.
- Fixed mismatching PangoAttributeType with GType,
closes bug 597045.

Where can I get it ?
================http://download.gnome.org/sources/glade/3.9/For more information on the Glade project see our home page

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