gnome-games 2.25.3

       Module: gnome-games
      Version: 2.25.3
  Uploaded by: Thomas Hindoe Paaboel Andersen
  md5sum: be64a09d1d54e6a6eef509fc14766c3c
 sha1sum: 28ad60fba8764b4f450e607d2021bafbc2bd2532
    size: 22M
  md5sum: 7867045ef7ea02a5d30596868afdb0eb
 sha1sum: e7a1491e071f325d41639b666ece3af5450ab225
    size: 19M


gnome-games 2.25.3

This release brings a few UI improvements to the games. Beating the high score 
in a game is now congratulated in the high score dialog and gtali now defaults to
the name of the player who won if there are multiple human players. Chess got 
its "New Game" dialog cleaned up and mahjongg saw numerous great improvements.

  - Move the card textures cache to libgames-support (Christian Persch)
  - Move clutter-embed to libgames-support. (Christian Persch)
  - Use different message for getting the top score versus getting a score in 
    the top ten (Robert Ancell)
  - Use g_timeout_add_seconds where possible (Thomas H.P. Andersen)

  - Add setting to enable animations (Christian Persch)

  - Removed icons from new game dialog for a cleaner design (Andreas Nilsson)

  - Use GamesClutterEmbed instead of ClutterGtkEmbed (Christian Persch)

  - Make the High score table allow the user to change name to someone other
    than their username. (Geoff Buchan)

  - Reword the change map dialog (Robert Ancell)
  - Use selected tile for hint if possible (Robert Ancell)
  - Refactor new game code so all state is correctly reset (Robert Ancell)
  - Add new game button when no more moves (Claude Paroz, Robert Ancell)
  - When cannot shuffle tiles don't display shuffle button in 'no moves' dialog
    (Robert Ancell)
  - Update documentation to correct the description of the high score dialog
    (Robert Ancell)

  - de: Mario Blättermann
  - sk: Marcel Telka

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