here is the list of changes:
* Added: Nvidia driver 100.14.19
* Removed: Nvidia driver 100.14.11
* Fixed: Composite was disabled for the latest driver (this meant that no 3D Desktop effects could be enabled without reenabling Composite)
* Added: GUI dependecy checker. If some dependencies are not installed, an embedded version of Synaptic is called so as to install such dependencies (only in GNOME and XFCE).
* Removed the word "Ubuntu" from the .desktop, from the about dialogue and from the description in debian/control, since Envy is not used only in Ubuntu.
Unfortunately I didn’t manage to prevent Adept_batch from crashing when launched from Envy. This means that Envy won’t launch Adept in KDE in order to satisfy the dependencies which Envy requires. However such dependencies should be installed when you install Envy (i.e. Synaptic is called only if such dependencies are not installed). In other words this is nothing you should worry about.
Envy 0.9.7-0ubuntu09 and 0.9.7-0ubuntu10 were made available only to the Experimental release of Linux Mint (this is why I didn’t blog about them).
You can get Envy here as usual.
Make sure you remove the previous release of Envy before you use the new one:
sudo apt-get remove envy
sudo rm -R /usr/share/envy
then install the new Envy