Release Notes: This release fixes some minor problems found in 0.6.1.
Release Notes: This release fixes some stability issues.
Release Notes: This release is about GNOME3. GTK2, gconf, and panelapplet are deprecated, replaced by GTK3 and gsettings. A new branch has been created for maintaining gtk2 code. The GNOME 2 version is still maintained in version 0.5.4.
Release Notes: This release introduces some interface improvements: there is now audio feedback when pressing or releasing keys and the policy is configurable. A new D-Bus interface has been added to control the keyboard from other processes.
Release Notes: This release introduces the touch screen input method. There have been some improvements to the ramble input method. Modifier (Alt, Shift, Ctrl, etc.) keys + click now works. Strings have been partially translated to Italian. Some other minor improvements were made and many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes. A new hide_on_start configuration parameter. A new keep_ratio configuration parameter. A new icon. AT-SPI2 (over dbus) support. Removal of resize grip in the latest GTK implementations. A Russian translation.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes. A new ramble input method for fast input. A GNOME panel applet. Under the hood design changes: redesigned input handling, added layout triggers, initial implementation of the future layout editor, and new layout extension placement: over.
Release Notes: Symbol outlines were added for better visibility. You can now switch keyboard language with alt+config. The close button has been replaced with the hide button. Use alt+hide to close the program. The --without-xrecord option was made default. Use --with-xrecord instead if you want to activate the xrecord extension.
Release Notes: A new feature has been implemented: latch to lock. Press a modifier key once to latch it, and press it again to lock it. There are a lot of bugfixes and code cleanup.
Release Notes: Florence can now be used at gdm login time. You can now use a configuration file instead of gconf and you can explicitly specify a window to send input events to. A new focus zoom parameter hes been added to help visually impaired people (in the style section). Florence should also work better with unusual window managers.