After the GNOME team launched the GNOME 44.2 desktop environment this week, today it will upgrade the component Mutter and the window manager GNOME Shell to version 44.2.
The GNOME Shell 44.2 update further improves the built-in screen recording function, optimizes the Bluetooth menu in Quick Setting, and allows users to customize the name of the Bluetooth device.
The GNOME Shell 44.2 update also brings bugs with large text in the calendar plugin, fixes for authentication dialogs in remote sessions, and more.
It is also learned from the report that the Mutter 44.2 update improves support for flat-panel external monitors, fixes the problem of traditional full-screen windows appearing on all monitors in multi-monitor setups, fixes resource competition in xwayland-on-demand, and fixes Excessive input area around Xwayland window.
Mutter 44.2 fixes some misalignment issues under X11 fullscreen windows, fixes X11 client input area issues, fixes a redraw regression in non-DMA remote sessions, fixes drag and drop in some server-side decoration windows, and more.