Release Notes: Several changes were made to the Toggle widget to make it display correctly in the Radio or Check styles.
Release Notes: Keyboard traversal was added. The new resource, XtNbevel, selects rounded (default) or solid bevels. The "bump" on the scrollbar thumb can now be disabled by setting XtNdrawBump to False.
Release Notes: This release added shadow width to SimpleMenu widget's height and fixed the SmeBSB drawing code.
Release Notes: NeXtaw as of 0.14.0 brings itself up to date by getting rid of CUT_BUFFERs (because they are evil) and SECONDARY (because its use is unclear) and adding CLIPBOARD instead. As a result, it is possible to cut and paste between applications using neXtaw and any modern X application such as Mozilla or Open Office. The keybindings Ctrl-C, Ctrl-X and Ctrl-V were also added and do what they normally do. The configuration option --enable-obsolete-selections enables the obsolete selection code again, making the resulting library incompatible with current standards.
Release Notes: Default beNiceToColormap was changed to False. Scrollwheel support was added. Scrollbars were given a more "NeXtish" look.
Release Notes: This release defines -DNARROWPROTO only for systems that need it. In addition, the program neXtclock is linked with libtool.
Release Notes: Automake, autoconf, and libtool updates, minor portability improvements, and scrollbar fixes.
Release Notes: Version 0.10 of neXtaw contains no new user-visible features. The directory structure has been reorganised. Configuration is now done through GNU autoconf rather than imake. Compiler warnings have been fixed. New maintainer, new homepage.
Release Notes: Various bugfixes were made. The scrollbar behaves better when dragging the thumb. Arrows are now configurable in their initial delay and repeat rate. A Clock widget is now included. Internationalization was improved, and now supports character composition using dead-keys. Upgrading from version 0.5.x is recommended.