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"[…]A window on the 144 Hz monitor will paint at 144 Hz, and # will composite to the monitor at 144 Hz, while a window on the 60 Hz monitor will paint at 60 […]" # wayland #

Quote from "Splitting up the Frame Clock" by Jonas Ådahl blogs.gnome.org/shell-dev/2020…

Splitting up the Frame Clock



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/gnome/status/1278816166228529153]The June update from the Mutter & GNOME Shell Team is out! Read it here:
This Month in Mutter & GNOME Shell | May and June 2020
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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/FlatpakApps/status/1275808326622855168]Just in time for summer, here's flatpak 1.8: [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/jimmac/status/1273959674732257282]The big picture in shell land. # #
GNOME Shell UX Plans: The Bigger Picture
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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/who_t/status/1273164654768947203]mutter's master branch now loads XKB data from XDG_CONFIG_HOME/xkb/. This is step 2 on the way to provide an xmodmap replacement in Wayland. [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/hergertme/status/1273010576457781248]So, uh, the Microsoft CEO mentioned my passion project at a conference to, uh, lots of people. zdnet.com/article/2020-w…

2020 is definitely a weird one. [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/gnome/status/1270079986708262912]Let's say this one more time together, #
https://t.co/x71mQgLD7I

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/gnome/status/1270054091893456896]This has gone on for too long. We must all speak up. #

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Version 2.0 of #, an eBook reader app for #, is out.

"[…] A redesigned interface that works better for smaller screens […] The headerbar and the progress bar now auto-hide, for a distraction-free reading experience […]