[Fwd: Re: Mousetweaks & A11y meeting regrets]

sorry sent from my other email that is not registered so resending from the one that is.
--- Begin Message --- Hi Francesco,

Thank you for the update. Do you have any future plans for mousetweaks? Would you and Gerd like to see mousetweaks as a gnome-shell feature for 3.12 for example? If so, I would be interested in helping if that would be at all useful to you? In any case, wold you be interested in discussing further during the meeting tomorrow or otherwise? I would be able to help with testing in wayland as well if you would find that useful, I am keen.

Maybe since nobody is going the a11y team will be ok with making an extra agenda item for mousetweaks tomorrow, if you are willing and able? My GSoC summary will wrap up quickly since the targets were all met and the mentors are out. Please let me know what you think, in any case!


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   1. Announce: mousetweaks 3.10.0 (Francesco Fumanti)


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Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2013 22:17:36 +0200
From: Francesco Fumanti <francesco fumanti gmx net>
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Cc: Gnome Accessibility List <gnome-accessibility-list gnome org>
Subject: Announce: mousetweaks 3.10.0
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a new version of mousetweaks is available.

About mousetweaks

Mousetweaks provides mouse accessibility enhancements for the GNOME
desktop. These enhancements are:

- It offers a way to perform the various clicks without using any
physical mouse buttons. (Hover Click)

- It allows users to perform a secondary click by keeping the primary
mouse button pressed for a predetermined amount of time. (Simulated
Secondary Click)

The features can be activated and configured through the Universal
Access panel of the GNOME Control Center.


New and updated translations:

     [tg] Victor Ibragimov

http://download.gnome.org/sources/mousetweaks/3.10/mousetweaks-3.10.0.tar.xz (279K)
   sha256sum: 12fa50eca2e442057a1b816b4aa78d0b8a17f854cf01f4d339d82ff0172b57dd

Thanks to all contributors,



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