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    • Anders Jonsson's avatar
      Update Swedish translation · 46ad8438
      Anders Jonsson authored
      46ad8438
    • Ondrej Holy's avatar
      progress-info: Prevent abortion caused by missing locks · 45c7c967
      Ondrej Holy authored
      The test-file-operations-move-files and test-file-operations-copy-files
      test cases randomly crash with "GLib-FATAL-CRITICAL: g_source_is_destroyed:
      assertion 'g_atomic_int_get (&source->ref_count) > 0' failed", which causes
      GitLab CI pipeline failures among others, which is a shame.
      
      I am not able to reproduce those crashes locally, so I can't easily verify
      the call stack, but only place where `g_source_destroy()` is called is
      when handling progress infos. I see two potential issues which might cause
      this. Let's try to fix them.
      45c7c967
    • Sabri Ünal's avatar
      Update Turkish translation · 56782748
      Sabri Ünal authored
      56782748
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    • Emmanuele Bassi's avatar
      Conditionally depend on Pango 1.44.4 · a9cd85a7
      Emmanuele Bassi authored
      We're using newly introduced Pango API, but we're not doing a version
      check on it. One option is to force a Pango ≥ 1.44.4 dependency; another
      is to do a compile time check and only use the new API if we're building
      against a new enough Pango.
      a9cd85a7
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    • Sabri Ünal's avatar
      files-view: Support keypad in zoom in/out accels · 130def8c
      Sabri Ünal authored
      The view can be zoomed in and out by pressing the + and - keys on the
      keyboard while holding the Ctrl modifier key.
      
      However, pressing the look-alike + and - keys from the numeric keypad
      doesn't work as an alternative, as one would expect.
      
      Add these keys as alternatives for the zoom shortcuts, like GtkScale
      and GtkTreeView already do in similar cases.
      
      Closes: #1349
      130def8c
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