Cheese 3.9.4 Brings Lots of New Features and Bugfixes

This development release of Cheese is part of the GNOME 3.9.4 desktop environment

The fourth development release towards Cheese 3.10 is now out for download and testing, published today, July 9, on the official GNOME FTP server.

In our opinion, Cheese 3.9.4 is the biggest release ever of GNOME's webcam client, including so many features and bug fixes that you can't even count. Jokes aside, below we've compiled a list with the most important changes added in Cheese 3.9.4:

• A touch event has been added for selecting effects:

• The action sensitivity handling was moved to Applications;

• Thumbnails are no longer displayed in fullscreen mode;

• The application will no longer keep the state of fullscreen and wide modes in GNOME's settings keys;

• Command-line argument handling was re-factored;

• Application startup was re-factored;

• An error message is displayed if the video device is busy (used by another application);

• The shoot action is now used when handling the webcam button;

• The same effect will no longer be applied twice;

• Effects and other actions are not disabled when shooting;

• De-activation of effects button has been fixed;

• Reordered Help and About in the app menu;

• Moved gettext initialization to main();

• Actions will be insensitive when no webcam is present;

• NULL state errors are now handled in CheeseAvatarChooser;

• Removed stale help translations;

• Split Application and main() into separate files;

• Remove unused move_all_to_trash action;

• Remove unnecessary instance_pos attribute;

• Updated the and POTFILES.skip;

• Remove TODO;

• Updated four translations;

• Updated one documentation;

• Fixed lots of other small, yet annoying bugs.

For more details about the Cheese 3.9.4 development release, please check out the official raw changelog from the GNOME FTP server.

Download Cheese 3.9.4 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a development version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.

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