gnome-flashback 3.28.0-1ubuntu1.4 source package in Ubuntu


gnome-flashback (3.28.0-1ubuntu1.4) bionic; urgency=medium

  * Backport two upstream commits to fix ibus indicator flickering
    (LP: #1836659).

 -- Dmitry Shachnev <email address hidden>  Tue, 23 Jul 2019 16:09:36 +0300

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gnome-flashback_3.28.0-1ubuntu1.4.debian.tar.xz 22.0 KiB 7accbf333fbee9c3ad67b0b38076d0e8f85c52533fad589893a06cbe26e38e9a
gnome-flashback_3.28.0-1ubuntu1.4.dsc 2.8 KiB 40772d4b1434ba6f2704ae845ae2b864e8721453dcec6f34e00cf1e947a93207

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gnome-flashback: helper application for the GNOME Flashback session

 This package provides a helper application for the GNOME Flashback
 desktop session. This application:
  - provides the Logout, Reboot and Shutdown dialogs;
  - provides the Sound, Bluetooth and Power tray applets;
  - implements screenshot and screencast functionality;
  - implements input source switching functionality;
  - draws desktop background;
  - implements other functionality which was previously handled by

gnome-flashback-common: GNOME Flashback helper application - common data files

 This package contains translations and data files for the GNOME
 Flashback application.

gnome-flashback-dbgsym: debug symbols for gnome-flashback
gnome-session-flashback: GNOME Session Manager - GNOME Flashback session

 The GNOME Session Manager is in charge of starting the core components
 of the GNOME desktop, and applications that should be launched at
 login time. It also features a way to save and restore currently
 running applications.
 This package contains the required components for the GNOME Flashback
 session, based on GNOME Panel 3. It can be started from a display
 manager such as GDM, and doesn’t have specific hardware requirements.