New Stable Release of GNOME Shell Fixes Reentrancy Issue in Message Tray

GNOME Shell 3.10.3 fixes several bugs and updates translations

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The GNOME Project has released a new stable version for the user interface employed in its powerful and acclaimed GNOME desktop environment, GNOME Shell, which fixes several bugs and updates various translations.

The GNOME Project has released a new stable version for the user interface employed in its powerful and acclaimed GNOME desktop environment, GNOME Shell, which fixes several bugs and updates various translations.

GNOME Shell 3.10.3 fixes reentrancy issue in message tray, fixes resetting prompt on user switch, repairs screen shield on login screen, fixes entry focus of chat notifications, fixes application switcher order with dialog windows, and repairs the ref-counting issue in ShellApp.

Furthermore, the 3.10.3 release of GNOME Shell now catches more extension errors when they are enabled or disabled and allows users to use remote search providers without icons. Several translations have been updated in this stable release of GNOME’s controversial user interface. For more details, please take a look at the official raw changelog.

Download GNOME Shell 3.10.3 right now from Softpedia.

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