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unity (6.4.0-0ubuntu1) quantal-proposed; urgency=low

  [ Łukasz 'sil2100' Zemczak ]
  * New upstream release.
    - Software Center add to launcher icon animation is delayed when the
      launcher is in auto-hide mode (LP: #1012896)
    - Home lens: Applications show up in Music category (LP: #1040101)
    - WARN unity.hud.hud Hud.cpp:185 Attempted to close the hud connection
      without starting it (LP: #1039451)
    - Text field textures do not update when maximum width changes.
      (LP: #1037187)
    - An application is closed if manually removed from favorites on gsettings
      (LP: #1032157)
    - The switcher (Alt+Tab) is showing incorrect windows after using Deskop
      Wall (Ctrl+alt+<direction>) (LP: #1031959)
    - Dragging icons to reorder -away from launcher causes the dragged icon
      image edges to fade away(cut off) (LP: #1026247)
    - Screen flickers when changing launcher icon size. (LP: #1024113)
    - Arrow for indicating lenses points empty space on alt+F2 (LP: #998752)
    - [previews] Music album tracks do not have a scroll-bar when needed.
      (LP: #1039462)
    - [USE_MODERN_COMPIZ_GL] With unity scrollbar support enabled, hotplugging
      monitors doesn't work (LP: #1039410)
    - [previews] Track titles aren't escaped (LP: #1039020)
    - Launcher - Edge of tiles (with backlight disabled) is too opaque
      (LP: #1038138)
    - [USE_MODERN_COMPIZ_GL] Benchmark window appears behind the Unity shell
      now (LP: #1036609)
    - [GLES] [USE_MODERN_COMPIZ_GL] Unity shell (Launcher and Panel) are
      missing if framebuffer_object is disabled (LP: #1036569)
    - [USE_MODERN_COMPIZ_GL] Benchmark window is mostly invisible, shrunken
      and displaced (LP: #1036528)
    - Unity quicklist menu items leak memory (LP: #1036338)
    - Icon resized between 32 - 48 - 64 look jaggy (LP: #1036231)
    - [Regression] Hideous low-res icon when using the HUD with autohide
      enabled. (LP: #1035951)
    - [regression] Selecting an item of the BFB quicklist when the dash is
      open, causes it to hide (LP: #1035641)
    - Launcher - Switch on "backlight toggles" mode by default (LP: #1033866)
    - Unity spends 15% of time in PlacesGroup::ComputeContentSize when opening
      dash (LP: #1033306)
    - Launcher dragged icon is not redrawn when the mouse pointer is not moved
      (LP: #1032700)
    - Bottom - Up key navigation is broken in dash filterbar (LP: #1028810)
    - Launcher - SD card can not be ejected by drag-n-dropping to trash
      (LP: #960910)
    - Alt-tab - The app name in the integrated menu should not change during
      Alt-tab switching (LP: #950782)
    - Dash - If only one Category Header is displayed, it should be
      automatically expanded (LP: #950710)
    - Launcher - Unity mouse wheel scroll too small (LP: #906072)
    - boot moves desktop icons (LP: #886667)
    - Alt-tab - Reduce the spread delay for all items other than the initial
      item the select lands on after alt-tab opens (LP: #838232)
    - Launcher - Launcher should never autohide when the cursor is positioned
      over the Launcher (e.g. When a spread ends) (LP: #745707)
    - Dash home opens files by default, should be applications? (LP: #1041583)
    - [BUILD_GLES] Multiple build errors in unity-shared/IconRenderer.cpp
      (LP: #1039453)
    - [USE_MODERN_COMPIZ_GL] [multimonitor] If unityshell is loaded then both
      monitors are intermittently painted onto the second monitor (squeezed)
      (LP: #1037949)
    - [USE_MODERN_COMPIZ_GL] [multimonitor] Launcher/Panel only draws on one
      monitor, not both (LP: #1037408)
    - [GLES] [USE_MODERN_COMPIZ_GL] [regression] Launcher and Panel are drawn
      on top of fullscreen windows (LP: #1036587)
    - [GLES] [USE_MODERN_COMPIZ_GL] Screen goes black if unityshell is loaded
      and vertex_buffer_object=OFF (LP: #1036568)
    - [regression] [USE_MODERN_COMPIZ_GL] Launcher overdrawn; transparency lost
      and white line appears. (LP: #1036519)
    - lp:unity FTBFS - Launcher.h:138:11: error: ‘GestureDeliveryRequest’ in
      namespace ‘nux’ does not name a type (LP: #1036095)
    - Results sorting in the lens model is not reflected in the Dash
      (LP: #1027811)
    - Launcher - Quicklist menu does not respond to being opened on a new icon
      if already open (LP: #890991)
    - compiz crashed with SIGSEGV in SimpleLauncherIcon::SetIconName()
      (LP: #763560)
    - Unity crashes on startup with nvidia (LP: #1041123)
    - [staging ppa] unity crashes when running dash autopilot tests
      (LP: #1040875)
    - lp:unity does not build (missing dash/PreviewMusic.cpp) (regression of
      bug 1038886) (LP: #1040431)
    - Coverflow can crash unity (LP: #1039959)
    - lp:unity does not build (missing dash/PreviewMusic.cpp) (LP: #1038886)
    - lp:unity (USE_MODERN_COMPIZ_GL) FTBFS IconRenderer.cpp:845:5: error:
      ‘TextureCoord0Location’ may be used uninitialised in this function
      [-Werror=uninitialized] (LP: #1036514)

  [ Timo Jyrinki ]
  * Cherry-pick fixes from upstream:
    - Launcher: make always possible to drag an icon to the bottom or top
      of its sublist (LP: #1043968)
    - LauncherController: make the controller enable the launcher struts,
      based on hide-mode option. (LP: #1044005)
    - Don't desat bfb/hud icon in DNDReset. (LP: #1043963)
    - LensView: fallback to normal renderer (instead of Coverflow)
      if GLSL unavailable (LP: #1040628)
 -- Lukasz 'sil2100' Zemczak <email address hidden>   Thu, 30 Aug 2012 23:49:09 +0200

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Łukasz Zemczak on 2012-08-31
Sponsored by:
Sebastien Bacher
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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
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 to produce what we hope will be the lightest, most elegant and most delightful
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 This is part of Unity 2D and can not run as a standalone application outside
 of the Unity 2D environment. The components included are:
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         various categories of applications.
 * Launcher: displays in a panel at the left of the screen a list of running
             and favorite applications as well as highlighting their
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unity-2d-spread: Unity 2D Spread

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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.
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 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.
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