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Video Trimmer is now in GTK 4!

Amazing work by gtk-rs binding maintainers and new GTK 4 features like GtkMediaStream allowed me to make the code much simpler and slightly more GTK-idiomatic. Crashes from GtkGlSink's threaded GL usage should be gone too as GtkMediaStream uses a better architecture (I think).

The update is up on Flathub: flathub.org/apps/details/org.g

Oh also, the Inkscape beta is now available on Flathub Beta, kudos to everyone who made it happen 🙌

Kicking the tires on the new Inkscape beta with an app icon.

Thoughts so far:

- The sidebar/dialog docking system is a lot more sane, but only if you disable the titles (otherwise it's super wide)
- There's a new command palette, but the shortcut is awkward (Shift + /) and it seems to not search many of the menu items where it'd be most useful (e.g. filters)
- Custom cursors are much nicer now

How it started: "Woah dude, with time-based releases we can just like, use the date as the version number!"

How it's going: "Your app does not work on my Ubuntu 18"

Here comes libadwaita! Read about our plans to make GNOME apps and GTK 4 even better, and about the future of libhandy: adrienplazas.com/blog/2021/03/

We're excited to announce the official release of GNOME 40! After countless hours of work from the GNOME community, this release brings many exciting updates!

See the release highlights at forty.gnome.org/

Or view all the details in our release notes: help.gnome.org/misc/release-no

#GNOME40 #releaseday #OpenSource

Alright, after a bunch of last-minute fixes the GNOME 40 mini-site is finally done. Happy release day everyone 🎉

forty.gnome.org

GNOME 40 is almost here meaning updates are on the way! Learn a little bit more about what's changing in Epiphany in this blog from Alexander Mikhaylenko: blogs.gnome.org/alexm/2021/03/

#GNOME40 #Epiphany #opensource

New tutorial: Drawing GNOME app mockups in Inkscape!

If you've ever wondered how to get started drawing app mockups like we do on the design team, this is for you :)

blogs.gnome.org/tbernard/2021/

You can now create custom GtkEditable's using gtk4-rs 😉

The screenshot is a rewrite of the gtk4 tagged entry demo.

Thinking about trying cross-posting to birdsite, does anyone have experience with that? Recommendations?

Me: this tiny papercut has been bugging me for months, let's at least take 3 minutes and file an issue.

-- 2 hours later --

Fixed, merged, updated already available in gnome-nightly.

I like how easy it is to use custom shaders in GTK4. There's no Cairo involved on either of those screenshots.

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