Linux News Today: GTK+ 3.18.7 Released for GNOME 3.18 with over 20 Bugfixes, Updated Translations
It looks like the GTK+ developers are working hard not only on the upcoming GTK+ 3.20 release but also on the stable branch, the one used for the GNOME 3.18 desktop environment.
Therefore, they have just announced a few hours ago the GTK+ 3.18.7 point release, which, according to the internal changelog (attached at the end of the article for reference), it fixes a little over 20 issues reported by users or discovered by the project’s development team since the previous maintenance build.
In summary, GTK+ 3.18.7 contains fixes for various widgets and GNU/Linux technologies, among which we can mention Wayland, GtkEntryCompletion, GtkComboBox, GtkColorButton, GtkTreeView, GtkColorChooser, gdk_pixbuf_get_from_window(), and a many others.
There’s no new version of GTK+ without some updated translation, and 3.18.7 includes Arabic, Hungarian, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Lithuanian, Swedish, Indonesian, German, Polish, and Czech. Download GTK+ 3.18.7 right now via our dedicated Linux downloads section.
Being a stable release, we feel obliged to recommend our readers upgrading to it in their GNU/Linux operating systems as soon as possible, or more precisely as soon as GTK+ 3.18.7 lands in the default software repositories. Out tech-savvy readers can find all the juicy details about what was changed in this release below