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unity (5.6.0-0ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.
    - compiz crashed with SIGSEGV in g_type_check_instance_cast()
      (LP: #862972)
    - compiz crashed with SIGABRT in __gnu_cxx::__verbose_terminate_handler()
      (LP: #926793)
    - compiz crashed with SIGSEGV in gdk_pixbuf_get_width() (LP: #937421)
    - Unity causes ibus to not work correctly (spaces incorrectly placed)
      (LP: #880876)
    - Dash - update Dash keyboard shortcuts so the 'CTRL + TAB' switches
      between Lenses and 'TAB' by itself moves the focus between categories
      (LP: #891648)
    - HUD - closing a window with <Alt>+<F4> opens the hud (LP: #923410)
    - unity-applications-daemon crashed with SIGSEGV in
      dee_sequence_model_free_row() (LP: #916356)
    - Launcher, Window Management - Launcher reveal should not be triggered
      when dragging a window (LP: #928805)
    - lenses are loaded on start, should be lazy loaded (LP: #929506)
    - Trash icon jumps about when trying to drag an icon onto it (LP: #932365)
    - HUD loses keypresses for the first second after opening (LP: #932906)
    - HUD doesn't give the focus back to the active application after dash/hud
      use (LP: #934061)
    - Launcher - unpinned apps show with empty pips in the launcher as if they
      exist on another workspace (LP: #937898)
    - Unity Dash should support Keywords parameter in .desktop (formerly X
      -GNOME-Keywords or X-AppInstall-Keywords) (LP: #941231)
    - Support FD.o Desktop Actions spec (LP: #942042)
    - Unity hangs when touching my touchpad/trackpad (LP: #942625)
    - [regression] Pressing alt doesn't show the menu title bar in top panel
      (LP: #943194)
    - Alt + F (or other mnemonic) doesn't work in gnome-terminal (LP: #943239)
    - [unity 5.6] Using Alt+F1 or Alt+F2 sends a ";3P" or ";3Q" to the active
      windows (LP: #943456)
    - [unity 5.6] holding alt and pressing a direction opens the alt-tab list
      in a buggy way (LP: #943902)
    - [unity-5.6] can't enter accents (^o->) in the dash since recent updates
      (LP: #944674)
    - Dash - Keyboard navigation for search filters is broken (LP: #844033)
    - Dash - If mouse highlights one icon in grid, keyboard navigation
      highlights another, so there are 2 highlighted icons (LP: #817436)
    - Alt+Tab default delay of 150ms is too long (LP: #888636)
    - Keyboard shortcut - F10 shortcut is used to show menu and this is wrong
      (LP: #878492)
    - Dash - Currently the app lens doesn't show applications that are
      available for purchase (LP: #916121)
    - Chromium is running, but not showing in launcher or alt-tab.
      (LP: #918474)
    - Dash - Different states of rating stars, and dimensions (LP: #924884)
    - alt-tab confused by a multiple instances of an application on different
      workspaces (LP: #925484)
    - Launcher - Icons are not colorized properly (LP: #930949)
    - Remove glow from Alt-tab edge and Search Field image assets
      (LP: #933578)
    - "Left Mouse Drag" and "Middle Mouse Drag" should be translatable
      (LP: #930510)
    - Launcher switcher should be terminated if a launcher icon keybinding is
      pressed (LP: #943377)
    - dash home lens does not include recent files... (LP: #946980)
    - Alt-tab switcher can't be terminated by Escape key (LP: #948227)
    - Overlay should refer to "Menu Bar" not "Top Bar" (LP: #926213)
    - alt-tab is showing preview even if you have just one instance
      (LP: #933406)
    - When "Bias alt-tab (...)" is switched on, alt+tab and ctrl+alt+tab are
      swapped  (LP: #942677)
    - Numbers on Launcher icons sticking (LP: #942359)
    - The launcher icons shortcuts can be shown during the Super Tab Launcher
      switcher. (LP: #943372)
    - Use title case capitalization "Lock to Launcher" & "Unlock from
      Launcher" (LP: #949636)
  * debian/control:
    - bump compiz-dev and libcompizconfig0-dev build-dep for ABI break
    - bump libnux-2.0-dev build-dep for ABI break
    - bump libbamf req. for new API
 -- Didier Roche <email address hidden>   Mon, 12 Mar 2012 12:14:28 +0100

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libunity-core-5.0-5: Core library for the Unity interface.

 Unity is a desktop experience that sings. Designed by Canonical and the Ayatana
 community, Unity is all about the combination of familiarity and the future. We
 bring together visual design, analysis of user experience testing, modern
 graphics technologies and a deep understanding of the free software landscape
 to produce what we hope will be the lightest, most elegant and most delightful
 way to use your PC.
 .
 This package contains shared libraries to be used by unity-3d and unity-2d.

libunity-core-5.0-dev: Core library for the Unity interface - development files

 Unity is a desktop experience that sings. Designed by Canonical and the Ayatana
 community, Unity is all about the combination of familiarity and the future. We
 bring together visual design, analysis of user experience testing, modern
 graphics technologies and a deep understanding of the free software landscape
 to produce what we hope will be the lightest, most elegant and most delightful
 way to use your PC.
 .
 This package contains development files for libraries to be used by unity-3d
 and unity-2d.

netbook-launcher: transitional package

 unity supersedes netbook-launcher. This package ensures a clean upgrade path,
 and can be safely removed after the upgrade.

unity: Interface designed for efficiency of space and interaction.

 Unity is a desktop experience that sings. Designed by Canonical and the Ayatana
 community, Unity is all about the combination of familiarity and the future. We
 bring together visual design, analysis of user experience testing, modern
 graphics technologies and a deep understanding of the free software landscape
 to produce what we hope will be the lightest, most elegant and most delightful
 way to use your PC.

unity-common: Common files for the Unity interface.

 Unity is a desktop experience that sings. Designed by Canonical and the Ayatana
 community, Unity is all about the combination of familiarity and the future. We
 bring together visual design, analysis of user experience testing, modern
 graphics technologies and a deep understanding of the free software landscape
 to produce what we hope will be the lightest, most elegant and most delightful
 way to use your PC.
 .
 This package contains commons file that are architecture independent.

unity-services: Services for the Unity interface

 Unity is a desktop experience that sings. Designed by Canonical and the Ayatana
 community, Unity is all about the combination of familiarity and the future. We
 bring together visual design, analysis of user experience testing, modern
 graphics technologies and a deep understanding of the free software landscape
 to produce what we hope will be the lightest, most elegant and most delightful
 way to use your PC.
 .
 This package contains the dbus service used for unity and unity-2d.