Re: Eel and Nautilus 2.2.2 Released
- From: Neil Weisenfeld <weisen+nautilus ai mit edu>
- To: Dave Camp <dave ximian com>
- Cc: nautilus-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Eel and Nautilus 2.2.2 Released
- Date: 11 Mar 2003 14:05:26 -0500
One niggle that may be my misunderstanding of things
It looks like the .spec file distributed with the tarball is hosed. At
least, there's a lot of substitution from the .spec.in that didn't
On Mon, 2003-03-10 at 15:46, Dave Camp wrote:
> Eel and Nautilus 2.2.2, "The release with rocks in" is released.
> Normally we don't anounce nautilus releases to mailing lists. "We
> won't bother," we say to ourselves, "people will find it eventually."
> But "eventually" won't cut it with this release.
> It is too darned good.
> Have you ever found yourself saying, "I like to use Crux, but the
> Nautilus toolbar looks like crap?" How about "Every time I hit the
> back button, I lose my place in the directory I'm looking at?". Or
> "THAT STUPID PIECE OF JUNK SWITCH TO MANUAL LAYOUT DIALOG! I HATE IT
> SO MUCH! I WANT IT TO DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE?". If you've experienced
> this or many other annoying UI problems, this release is for you.
> Since the 2.2.1 release, the nautilus team has been focusing on fixing
> the small UI problems that sometimes make nautilus a chore to use.
> This release is the first result of these efforts. Expect more great
> things in the future.
> Here is a partial list of the changes in 2.2.2. See the NEWS file for
> * When going back, forward or switching between different types of
> views nautilus will scroll down to the position you left the
> directory in.
> - No more losing your place when you navigate through the filesystem
> * Better support for Gtk+ themes on the toolbar and location bar
> - Crux, SphereCrystal, and other themes look much better.
> * Save the current active side pane
> - For those of you who love the tree pane.
> * Disable the "switch to manual layout" dialog
> - So you can stop asking us to disable it.
> * Text view enhancements
> - Cut and paste support and monospace fonts
> * bonobo-activation fork bomb fix
> - For those of you who like to start nautilus.
> * You can click on the transparent parts of icons
> - Now you can finally click on that damned apache feather
> * ... and more
> You can download the releases here:
> Please don't find any bugs,
> -- the nautilus team
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