gnome-netstatus 0.12


* What is it ?

	The Network Monitor is a little applet which sits on your
panel flashing away at you so as to give you an idea of whats
happening on your network interface.

	It also has a little dialog to give you more information about
the network interface.

	Needless to say, this applet is not based in any way on any
similar feature in any other operation system. This is a genuine
original work. Um, well ...

* What's changed ?

  o Applet

	* Add a "Configure" button to invoke a configuration tool (Carlos Garnacho Parro, Mark)
	* Add keynav support to the icon (Mark)
	* Allow the detection of loopback interfaces (Mark)
	* Changed spacing in the dialog to be HIG compliant (Christian Neumair)
	* Fixed i18n issue with hardware labels (Christian Neumair)

  o Misc

	* Spec file (Rui Miguel Seabra)
	* Fix build issue with netstatus-fallback-pixbuf.h (Mark)

  o Translators

	* Bojan Suzic (sr)
	* Christian Neumair (de)
	* Christian Rose (sv)
	* Dmitry G. Mastrukov (ru)
	* Duarte Loreto (pt)
	* Elros Cyriatan (nl)
	* Francisco Javier F. Serrador (es)
	* GNOME PL Team (pl)
	* Hasbullah Bin Pit (ms)
	* Jean-Michel Ardantz (fr)
	* Kjartan Maraas (no)
	* Kostas Papadimas (el)
	* Mai Hao Hui (zh_CN)
	* Miloslav Trmac (cs)
	* Mətin Əmirov (az)
	* Pablo Saratxaga (wa)
	* Takeshi AIHANA (ja)
	* Trinh Minh Thanh (vi)

* Where can I get it from ?


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