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Evince Document Viewer App Updated for GNOME 3.20 with New Features, Wayland Fix

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The GNOME Project is working hard these days to promote the upcoming GNOME 3.20 desktop environment to the Release Candidate (RC) state, so we can't help but notice that they're updating many of the core components and apps.

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Also: GNOME Boxes QEMU Frontend App Gets Ready for the GNOME 3.20, Adds VNC Fixes

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