GNOME Shell Extensions 3.2.0 released

GNOME Shell Extensions 3.2.0 is now available at:

About GNOME Shell Extensions

GNOME Shell Extensions is a collection of extensions providing
additional and optional functionality to GNOME Shell.
Most extensions can be installed by configuring --prefix=$HOME/.local,
and will be picked automatically at next login. Some of them, because of
GSettings limitations, require to be installed system-wide.
In the future, it is expected that a web based repository will be set up
to ease installation and management, therefore distributions are
discouraged to provide extensions in packaged form.
Despite sharing some infrastructure with GNOME Shell core, it should be
noted that extensions are not supported by the core team.

Changes since 3.1.4

      * All extensions have been ported to the new extension system
        (including live enable/disable)
      * All extensions have been ported to latest GNOME Shell API
        (including   some testing)
      * Updated translations
      * xrandr-indicator no longer requires a specific gjs version
      * windowsNavigator fixed for more than 2 workspaces

Available Extensions

Lets you use classic Alt+Tab (window-based instead of app-based) in
GNOME Shell.

For those who want a power off item visible at all the time, replaces
GNOME Shell status menu with one featuring separate Suspend and Power
Off. Adds the ability to hibernate as well.

Lets you manage your workspaces more easily, assigning a specific
workspace to each application as soon as it creates a window, in a
manner configurable with a GSettings key.

Shows a dock-style task switcher on the right side of the screen.

A minimal example illustrating how to write extensions.

Integration with Gajim, a Jabber/XMPP instant messaging client.

Loads a shell theme from ~/.themes/<name>/gnome-shell.

Allow keyboard selection of windows and workspaces in overlay mode.

Replace the GTK+ based indicator from gnome-settings-daemon with a
native one. Lets the user rotate the laptop monitor and open display
preferences quickly.

An alternative algorithm for layouting the thumbnails in the windows
overview, that more closely reflects the actual positions and sizes.

Shows a status Indicator for navigating to Places.

Lets you reach an application using gnome 2.x style menu on the panel.

A menu for indicating current workspace and allowing fast change. Uses
the workspace names configured in GConf.

Philippe Normand

Bruce Cowan, Cheng-Chia Tseng, Christian Kirbach, Daniel Mustieles, Fran
Dieguez, Ioannis Zamboukas, Jiro Matsuzawa, Jordi Mas, Jorge González,
Kjartan Maraas, Matej Urbančič, Piotr Drąg, Rudolfs Mazurs, Simos
Xenitellis, ipraveen

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