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“cairo-dock” 3.0.0.1-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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cairo-dock (3.0.0.1-0ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * New upstream release. (LP: #983288)
  * Upstream ChangeLog:
   - Updated translations
   - Themes: Renamed the default theme and move it to the new 'themes' directory
   - Included here our default-panel theme from our server in order to use this
      theme without an Internet connexion
      (this theme is highly recommended for the Cairo-Dock' session)
   - Moved 'battery' to cairo-dock-plug-ins
   - Theme manager: fixed the preview made when the current theme is saved
   - Fixed a bug with icons that are always visible
      (their alpha was not reseted correctly)
   - Fixed a bug that prevented the dock from hiding when leaving
      and re-entering quickly
   - Containers: set opacity to 0 on creation, so that we don't get grey
      rectangles on loading (before we receive the first X Expose event)
      + increase the size of default windows to avoid invisible icons LP: #960282
   - When destroying a flying container, don't forget to detach the icon
   - Removed prints
   - Pango: only used the logical rectangle in order to avoid any deplacements
   - Draw: Icons always visible: limit the background margin to 1px, avoid
      icons to stick togather
   - Menu: disabled the Quit menu entry for all Cairo-Dock sessions
      (not only 'cairo-dock')
   - cairo-dock-session: only modify Compiz settings if '--replace' paramater
      is given
   - don't launch 'cairo-dock' if Cairo-Dock is already use only by current user
   - Session: Used shorter names
      (was too long for DM and we were not able to read the full name)
   - Used IsRunnableHelper to check if compiz can be launched or we have to
      use metacity (on Ubuntu)
   - The latest version of unity-2d-panel is now supported
      (it's no longer needed to modify config file with root rights or to kill
      a processus to have unity-2d-panel and Cairo-Dock)
   - cairo-dock.conf: fixed a typo (a wrong icon name)
   - initial-setup: no longer modify gconf keys of gnome settings (LP: #981092)
   - cairo-dock.c: initialised gettext before getopt in order to translate
      the output of 'cairo-dock -h'
   - Used the new name of the default theme
   - fixed the retrieval of the desktop background (was broken since the switch
      to GTK3)
   - Use the right web address of the themes' directory on our server.
   - Help.conf: removed lines which only contain 'TODO' and bump Help's version
   - fixed the drawing of multi-lines dialogs (sometime the text was invisible)
   - X manager: when receiving a NetDesktopGeometry signal from X
      notify everybody every time, and also update the number of viewports
   - Welcome message: replaced 'Cairo-Dock2' by 'Cairo-Dock'
  * This 3.0 series (and previous series) also fixes these bugs:
   - "glx-dock does not work with kde 4.8.1" (LP: #961048)
   - "the dock position is wrong when multiple monitor's resolution is different"
      (LP: #905912)
   - "GLX-Dock Hardware acc. UNDO!" (LP: #875975)
   - "Can't disable zoom" (LP: #702800)
   - "all button tips visible if icons 'maximum zoom' set to 1.0" (LP: #618336)
   - "create new sud-dock icon that looking like flat." (LP: #614686)
   - "Add custom launchers or sub-docks, can't modify name." (LP: #612617)
   - "no option in config file to set GL/Cairo mode" (LP: #612355)
   - "if I click on an icon a piece of plane disappears" (LP: #640398)
   - "icon labels go off-screen" (LP: #611733)
   - "Quick-Hide hides the dock forever" (LP: #580596)
   - "Hide when a window is maximized doesn't work if the taskbar is turned off"
      (LP: #580284)
   - "Incorrect Explanation in Help" (LP: #576069)
   - "xinerama:doc in one screen, subdocs in another" (LP: #540979)
   - "Click at the position where icon label was, the icon and dock still
       receive the event" (LP: #537115)
   - "ugly notifications with dialog boxes" (LP: #535083)
   - "Icons are being stacked" (LP: #526466)
   - "Separator not removed when closing grouped windows" (LP: #521369)
   - "dock appears under all windows after a full screen app is run" (LP: #518453)
   - "Icons aren't updated properly on configuring" (LP: #513212)
   - "xsession-errors log" (LP: #500677)
   - "Can't play videos in kaffeine, dragon player, gwenview and smplayer using
      the 'xv' driver after running cairo-dock" (LP: #475375)
   - "A little detail with the magnifier (hard to explain)" (LP: #420417)
  * debian/control:
   - Bump Standards-Version
   - cairo-dock-core: added 'compiz-plugins' as recommended (Compiz's DBus plugin
      can be used to have a better integration with the WM)
 -- Matthieu Baerts (matttbe) <email address hidden>   Mon, 16 Apr 2012 19:52:09 +0200

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Matthieu Baerts on 2012-04-17
Sponsored by:
Daniel Holbach
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Binary packages built by this source

cairo-dock: Light and eye-candy dock to launch your programs (metapackage)

 Cairo-Dock is a pretty, light and convenient interface to your desktop,
  able to replace advantageously your system panel!
 It features multi-docks, taskbar, launchers and a lot of useful applets.
 Applets can be detached from the dock to act as desktop widgets.
 Numerous ready-to-use themes are downloadable in 1 click, and can be easily
  customized at your convenience.
 It can use hardware acceleration to be very fast and low on CPU.
 .
 Some screenshots are available : http://pics.glx-dock.org
 Development site: https://launchpad.net/cairo-dock
 .
 This metapackage provides the components necessary for running Cairo-Dock. It
 provides the Cairo-Dock core, a set of standard plugins and the files necessary
 to integrate Cairo-Dock with your desktop environment.

cairo-dock-core: Light and eye-candy dock to launch your programs (core package)

 Cairo-Dock is a pretty, light and convenient interface to your desktop,
  able to replace advantageously your system panel!
 It features multi-docks, taskbar, launchers and a lot of useful applets.
 Applets can be detached from the dock to act as desktop widgets.
 Numerous ready-to-use themes are downloadable in 1 click, and can be easily
  customized at your convenience.
 It can use hardware acceleration to be very fast and low on CPU.
 .
 Some screenshots are available : http://pics.glx-dock.org
 Development site: https://launchpad.net/cairo-dock
 .
 This package is the core of Cairo-Dock project.

cairo-dock-data: Light and eye-candy dock to launch your programs (common files)

 Cairo-Dock is a pretty, light and convenient interface to your desktop,
  able to replace advantageously your system panel!
 It features multi-docks, taskbar, launchers and a lot of useful applets.
 Applets can be detached from the dock to act as desktop widgets.
 Numerous ready-to-use themes are downloadable in 1 click, and can be easily
  customized at your convenience.
 It can use hardware acceleration to be very fast and low on CPU.
 .
 Some screenshots are available : http://pics.glx-dock.org
 Development site: https://launchpad.net/cairo-dock
 .
 This package contains default icons and themes for Cairo-Dock.

libgldi-dev: Light and eye-candy dock to launch your programs (dev package)

 Cairo-Dock is a pretty, light and convenient interface to your desktop,
  able to replace advantageously your system panel!
 It features multi-docks, taskbar, launchers and a lot of useful applets.
 Applets can be detached from the dock to act as desktop widgets.
 Numerous ready-to-use themes are downloadable in 1 click, and can be easily
  customized at your convenience.
 It can use hardware acceleration to be very fast and low on CPU.
 .
 Some screenshots are available : http://pics.glx-dock.org
 Development site: https://launchpad.net/cairo-dock
 .
 This package provides the include files and static library for cairo-dock
 functions.

libgldi3: Light and eye-candy dock to launch your programs (lib package)

 Cairo-Dock is a pretty, light and convenient interface to your desktop,
  able to replace advantageously your system panel!
 It features multi-docks, taskbar, launchers and a lot of useful applets.
 Applets can be detached from the dock to act as desktop widgets.
 Numerous ready-to-use themes are downloadable in 1 click, and can be easily
  customized at your convenience.
 It can use hardware acceleration to be very fast and low on CPU.
 .
 Some screenshots are available : http://pics.glx-dock.org
 Development site: https://launchpad.net/cairo-dock
 .
 This package contains the library created and used by the Cairo-Dock project.