ANNOUNCE: Glom 1.13.3

*** Glom

With Glom you can design table definitions and the relationships between 
them, plus arrange the fields on the screen. You can edit and search the 
data in those tables, and specify field values in terms of other fields. 
It's as easy as it should be.

More information and screenshots are at

Glom 1.13 will become stable Glom 1.14, around the time that GNOME 2.30 
is released. It adds some minor features.

Changes since glom 1.12.x:

1.13.3 (unstable):

* Relationships Overview: Avoid a crash and a warning when closing.
  (Murray Cumming) Bug #607938 (Michael Hasselmann)
* Import: Avoid a hang, hopefully.
  (Michael Hasselmann)
* Import: Fixed out-ouf-bounds crash.
  (Michael Hasselmann)  Bug #607938 (ialx).
* New file: Allow the title to contain quotes, avoiding weird errors.
  (Murray Cumming) Bug #607957 (Michael Hasselmann)
* libglom:
  - Improved include paths used in headers.
  (Murray Cumming)
  - Avoid crashes with invalid parameter values.
  (Michael Hasselmann)
* Use Gtk::ToolPalette, requiring gtkmm 2.19.4, instead of code copied from libegg.
* Command-line arguments: Do some checks.
  (Murray Cumming)

1.13.2 (unstable):

* Details layout: Really use the new formatting options (horizontal alignment, 
  foreground color and background color) for static text items and buttons.
  (Murray Cumming)
1.13.1 (unstable):

* Details and List layouts:
  Allow custom formatting of static text and buttons instead of just fields.
  (Murray Cumming) 
* Field Formatting:
  - Add the option to use a different text color for negative values.
    (suggested by Mathias Hasselmann)
  - Add a horizontal alignment option, though we still right-align numbers 
    by default. #591125 (Patrick Chan)
  (Murray Cumming)

Murray Cumming
murrayc murrayc com

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