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Features Coming In For The GNOME 3.8 Desktop

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While many GNOME Linux users are upset over GNOME 3.8 dropping its fallback mode, this next release of the GNOME desktop environment is set to offer a number of new features.

Among the features currently being worked on for GNOME 3.8 include:

- Porting GNOME Shell to use X Input 2 (Xi2) as it's needed for multi-touch and gestures handling.

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