Category Archives: Regressions

I think we’re going backwards.

Moving to GSettings

In the beginning, Metacity stored keybindings in GConf.  There was one GConf key for each action, and the string value gave the key bound to it.  If it was undefined or “disabled”, there would be no key bound to that action. In 2005 , GNOME bug 164831 raised the point that other platforms used several […]

Metacity 2.20.1 is out

Metacity 2.20.1 is out, with some regression fixes and various other improvements. Thanks to Alex Turner, Jens Granseuer, Owen Taylor, Federico Mena Quintero, and Elijah Newren for improvements in this release. Fix markup parsing problems with long titles for the alt-tab popup (Alex) [#360274] Fix memory leak in widget previewer (Jens) [#469682] Don’t immediately unminimize […]