GNOME rebased to version 3.22.3
The GNOME Desktop has been updated to upstream version 3.22.3, which provides a number of bug fixes and enhancements over the previous version. Notable changes include:
Overhauled desktop notifications
Built-in integration with world clocks and media players
Automatically adjusting screen brightness (for systems with an integrated light sensor)
In many applications, support for a standard dialog to document keyboard shortcuts
Improvements to several setting panels (printer, mouse, touchpad, keyboard shortcuts)
Option to rename multiple files at once
Built-in support for compressed files and for Google Drive
Undo support for trash (BZ#1383353
xorg-x11-drv-libinput driver has been added to the X.Org input drivers
xorg-x11-drv-libinput X.Org driver is a wrapper driver for the low-level
libinput library. This update adds the driver to the X.Org input drivers. After you install
xorg-x11-drv-libinput, it is possible to remove the
xorg-x11-drv-synaptics driver and get access to some of the improved input device handling offered by
Change of default driver for some Intel and nVidia Hardware
This change affects:
The default DDX driver has changed to be
Previously the defaults were
xf86-video-intel for nVidia and Intel hardware respectively. (BZ#1404868)
dconf-editor is now provided by a separate package
dconf team have split the
dconf-editor into its own package. This release reflects that change.
In addition, the user interface has been redesigned in version 3.22.
The tree view on the left side has been removed.
Keys and directories are now shown in the same window.
The ability to go back in the hierarchy has moved to the path shown in the header-bar. (BZ#1388931)