Gtkdialog, a small utility for fast and easy GUI building that can be used to create dialog boxes for almost any interpreted and compiled programs, is now version 0.8.3.
Creating dialogue boxes can be a very useful feature because developers don't have to learn various GUI languages for the miscellaneous programming languages.
The developer has announced that he finished work for Gtkdialog and has implemented all the possible features and bug fixes, at least for now.
Highlights of Gtkdialog 0.8.3:
• A bug that affected the hidden widgets by leaving artifacts at start-up has been fixed;
• Support for conditional actions with <action condition="type"> has been added;
• Support for <variable export="false">VARNAME</variable> has been added;
• Button-press and release-event signals have been added to the comboboxentry's entry;
Check out the official changelog
for a complete list of updates and new features.
Download Gtkdialog 0.8.3
right now from Softpedia.