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Fluxbox Stable 1.0 Released

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A new stable release! Finally after almost four and a half years with 0.9.x release we got to 1.0.0! This release includes a lot of bugfixes, new styles, updated language support, better shaped corners and much more.

News in 1.0.0:

* New default style: bloe
* New styles:
ostrich zimek_darkblue, zimek_green, zimek_bisque,
carp, arch, bora_black, bora_blue, bora_green, green_tea, bloe
* Fixed shape handling, now shaped corners have border.
* Allow negative numbers in command "Workspace"
* Added utility fluxbox-remote
* Allows script access to most fluxbox commands;
Support must be turned on in the init file with
session.screen.allowRemoteActions; the syntax is, e.g.,
fluxbox-remote "CustomMenu ~/.fluxbox/custommenu"
* Added keycommands :AddWorkspace and :RemoveLastWorkspace
* Added some missing Open Office entries and window managers,
plus some other minor changes in fluxbox-generate_menu
* Updated languages:
sv_SE, zh_CN, de_*, es_ES, es_AR, en_US, en_GB, pt_*
fi_FI, fr_FR, ru_RU

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