GNOME Shell 3.9.4 Fixes Autorun Notifications for Non-Native Volumes

This development release of GNOME Shell brings support for "box-shadow: none"

The fourth development version of the upcoming GNOME Shell 3.10 has been officially released a couple of days ago, on July 10, fixing lots of bugs, implementing new features, and improving existing functionality.

GNOME Shell 3.9.4 finally adds support for "box-shadow: none" and optimizes box-shadow rendering. However, support for fixed positioning in BoxLayouts has been removed, and focus handling has been rewritten.

GNOME Shell 3.9.4 fixes autorun notifications for "non-native" volumes, chat entries not being focused when expanded, the alignment of the "Not Listed?" label, the alignment of time stamps in chat notifications, and management of asynchronous background loading.

Moreover, GNOME Shell 3.9.4 keeps chrome below pop-up windows, rounds the ends of slider trough, moves the session list to a pop-up menu, and makes the draggable much faster.

Last but not least, the following translations have been updated in this development release of GNOME Shell 3.10: Vietnamese, German, Galician, Spanish, Indonesian, Czech, Norwegian Bokmal, and Kazakh.

Thanks to Adel, Jasper, Florian, Ray, Lionel, and Emilio, many bugs have been squashed in GNOME Shell 3.9.4 (use the GNOME Bugzilla website to track'em down): #702849, #610279, #703132, #703105, #703160, #703126, #703304, #703403, #698593, #703442, #703565, #700901, #703874, #703807, #703893, and #703909.

The GNOME developers would like to thank to Matthias Clasen, Mathieu Bridon, Cosimo Cecchi, Giovanni Campagna, Fran Dieguez, Lionel Landwerlin, Adel Gadllah, Florian Mullner, Carlos Soriano, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort, Jasper St. Pierre, and Ray Strode for their contributions to this release.

This fourth development version of the upcoming GNOME Shell 3.10 is part of the recently released GNOME 3.9.4 desktop environment. For more details about this unstable release of GNOME Shell, please check the official raw changelog.

Download GNOME Shell 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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