From: Olivier Fourdan <four...@csi.com>
Subject: ANNOUNCE: GTK+XFce 3.0.2 now released
Date: 1999/07/18
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XFce 3.0.2 is now available for download on http://www.xfce.org

XFce is an easy-to-use and easy-to-configure environment for X11, based on GTK+,
with pulldown menus and color icons, 3D widgets, etc. XFce features now a set of
applications including a powerful Window Manager xfwm, a toolbar/application
launcher, a backdrop manager, a system sound manager for X11, a user friendly
interface for mouse configuration, a pager providing a miniature view of all
XFce desktops, a clock/calendar and at last but not least a filemanager, all
sharing the same look'n feel. 

Best regards,
-- 
Olivier Fourdan (mailto:four...@csi.com)

Looking for a different desktop ? Visit now http://www.xfce.org !
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From: Olivier Fourdan <four...@csi.com>
Subject: XFce 3.0.3 now released
Date: 1999/08/09
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Hi all,

XFce 3.0.3 is now released and ready for download from http://www.xfce.org

XFce is an easy-to-use and easy-to-configure environment for X11 released under
the terms of the GNU/GPL license, based on GTK+, with pulldown menus and color
icons, 3D widgets, etc. XFce features now a set of applications including a
powerful Window Manager xfwm, a toolbar/application launcher, a backdrop
manager, a system sound manager for X11, a user friendly interface for mouse
configuration, a pager providing a miniature view of all XFce desktops, a
clock/calendar and at last but not least a filemanager, all sharing the same
look'n feel.

Changes :
- xfwm :
  * Reduce memory leak
  * Add new signal handlers
  * Change window frames, to enhance "gtk" look of xfwm menus and windows
  * Change contrast for 3D appearance
  * Cleanup code
  * Improve "destroy window" function.
  * Update KDE hints handler
- xfce-libs :
  * Remove nested functions to be more ANSI compliant.
- other :
  * Add Maurizio Porrato's pyhton script in the base distribution
    (It reads Xfce's color settings and modifies the X resources database
     accordingly.)
  * Change "configure" script so it doesn't stop if libXpm is not found
    (hopefully the user knows what he does)
  * Improve xfhelp shell script for netscape

Enjoy !

Best regards,
-- 
Olivier Fourdan (mailto:four...@csi.com)

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From: Olivier Fourdan <four...@xfce.org>
Subject: XFce 3.1.0 now released
Date: 1999/09/06
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Hi all,

XFce 3.1.0 is now available for download on http://www.xfce.org

XFce is an easy-to-use and easy-to-configure environment for X11, based on GTK+,
with pulldown menus and color icons, 3D widgets, etc. XFce features now a set of
applications including a powerful Window Manager xfwm, a toolbar/application
launcher, a backdrop manager, a system sound manager for X11, a user friendly
interface for mouse configuration, a pager providing a miniature view of all
XFce desktops, a clock/calendar and at last but not least a filemanager, all
sharing the same look'n feel. 

Here is the changes summary in version 3.1.0 :

- xfwm
  * Add window snapping (based on a patch submitted by Khadiyd Idris 
    <kh...@francemel.com>)
  * Add window shading (based on a patch submitted by Khadiyd Idris 
    <kh...@francemel.com>)
  * Improve program structure/Makefiles to compile on Solaris 2.5.1, 2.6, 2.7,
    IRIX 6.2 and 6.5 (patch submitted by Albert Chin-A-Young 
    <ch...@thewrittenword.com>)
  * Add window contents visible during resize
  * General improvements/changes/bugs fixes
- xfsound
  * Update XFSound to allow sound for shade/unshade (patch submitted by Khadiyd
    Idris <kh...@francemel.com>)
- xfce
  * Add user-configurable delay before displaying tooltips
  * Improve configuration options/dialog
  * Add options in configuration dialog to start modules according to user
    preferences.
- xfpager
  * Implement shade/unshade message handling.
- all
  * New script to handle drag'n drop on the printer icon (xfprint)
  * New script to handle drag'n drop on the recycle icon (xftrash)
  * Change module startup procedure. Modules are now spawned by XFce (not XFwm)


Enjoy !

Best regards,
-- 
Olivier Fourdan (mailto:four...@csi.com)

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From: Olivier Fourdan <four...@xfce.org>
Subject: GTK+XFce 3.1.2
Date: 1999/10/03
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Hi all,

Just a quick note to let you all know that XFce 3.1.2 is now available for 
download on http://www.xfce.org

XFce is an easy-to-use and easy-to-configure environment for X11, based on GTK+,
with pulldown menus and color icons, 3D widgets, etc. XFce features now a set of
applications including a powerful Window Manager xfwm, a toolbar/application
launcher, a backdrop manager, a system sound manager for X11, a user friendly
interface for mouse configuration, a pager providing a miniature view of all
XFce desktops, a clock/calendar and at last but not least a filemanager, all
sharing the same look'n feel. 

Here is the changes summary in version 3.1.1 and 3.1.2 :

01-OCT-1999 : XFce-3.1.2
========================
- xfwm
  * Fix bug in title height computation
- all
  * patch to display Multi-Byte charactors such as Japanese, Chinese or Korean
    properly in menus and titlebars and icons by Yamahata Kenichiro 
    <mogu...@din.or.jp>
  * Japanese translation by Yamahata Kenichiro <mogu...@din.or.jp>
- setup/startup scripts
  * Fixes to be compatible with ksh
  
24-SEP-1999 : XFce-3.1.1
========================
- xfwm
  * Improve event handling (better performance) for move/resize ops.
  * Add configurable XPM icons for iconified windows
  * Implement workarounds to buggy GTK+ 1.2.4  
  * Fix key bindings
  * Ignore dummy modifers such as Num Lock or Scroll Lock for keyboard shortcuts
- xfce
  * Add digital clock
- xfclock
  * Totally new rewritten application !
- xfterm
  * A very usefull terminal wrapper submitted by Joakim Andreasson 
   <kara...@flashback.net>
- xftree
  * Bug fixes
  * Improve DnD
  * Reduce memory leak (patch submitted by Francois Petitjean 
    <francois.petitj...@bureauveritas.com>)
- libs
  * New clock widget (initially based on patches from a Cosource project 
    http://www.cosource.com)

Best regards,
-- 
Olivier Fourdan (mailto:four...@csi.com)

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