ANNOUNCE: Tomboy 0.3.2 Released.

Hey Guys,

Tomboy is a simple note-taking application designed to be unobtrusive and friendly, while supporting inter-note links similar to a WikiWikiWeb to help you organize your notes and ideas. It can run either as a Gnome panel applet or a notifiication tray-icon.

See the Tomboy website at for downloads, screenshots, and more information.

This newest release (0.3.2) has lots of great bugfixes, including:

    * Several crash fixes related to Preferences and D-BUS.
    * Better desktop environment integration.
    * Support for newest Gnome and Metacity changes.
    * And more... (see below)

0.3.2 is a delayed bugfix release, intended to remedy many of the most common issues people have been experiencing with the 0.3.1 version, many of which had already been fixed in CVS.


From the NEWS file:
Version 0.3.2
    * Support building under Mono 1.1.x.
    * Support GTK+ toolbar preference.
    * Support transparant panels.
    * Print tabs correctly in the PrintNotes plugin.
    * Fix crash when setting global keybindings preferences.
    * Fix various D-BUS crashes (patch from Joe Shaw).
    * Fix URL dropping for newer GTK+ versions.
    * Work around anti-focus avoidance code in Gnome 2.10.
    * Move already opened notes to the current workspace.
    * Work around GTK# binary incompatibility.
    * Desensitize the Link button when no text is selected.
    * Default to using tray-icon mode, for easy shell execution.
    * Include tomboy-plugins.pc for plugin authors.

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