Bijiben is now "Notes". Collections appeared to replace old "tags" which were not consistent with other applications.
The selection mode had to evolve, too. Welcome to the new design pattern!
The preferences had a bit of UI change.
Why a "primary book" in preferences? Because there is now a first online notes support. Currently it only works with ownCloud, and assume you setup the ownCloud account into gnome-control-center.
Which means you can setup your private ownCloud or get an account.
This was the main work this release, sadly Google Keep has no API yet but I still hope to work on other services.
I’m glad the manual received some love.
Still a lot to code for the future, but GNOME is getting better every day!
When typing chinese, I try to stick to wubi input method. And when using wubi, I want to use a recent version : 1998.
I don’t know why, but google did remove their Wubi 98 ibus tables from their pack. When using fedora, there are two Wubi 86 available packages, but no way to input wubi 98 using ibus.
* I tryed fcitx. It’s a nice alernative IME. But seems younger.
* Fortunately, Google still provides the source to build 98 . Here is the related package (.rpm) which just installs an ibus-table ( eg one row says ke= 另 ) and an associated icon.
And here is the package : http://py.luyten.fr/Publique/Fedora/ibus-table-wubi-98-1-184.108.40.20691227.fc17.noarch.rpm
PS : There is a bug, when typing dee, you won’t be able to input 历 because too much entries starting with dee. I’ll update the package with a patch soon to remove some entries like 有助 (deeg) . But amending "frequencies" might work, too.