The GêBR release team is glad to announce the first beta
release for 1.0. This beta reached important milestones like a new menu
designer, DéBR (replacement for the old GêBRME) and groups support. A
frequently used flow can now became a menu, using "Export as Menu"
option, to be further used with all menus.
Packages for Fedora (also works in Scientfic Linux), Debian/Ubuntu, Mandriva and openSUSE are all available at Download
section for you to taste it.
The sucessor of the old GêBRME is DéBR, a new menu designer for GêBR.
It maintains a very coherent user interface with GêBR itself. It is
much cleaner than the old interface and make menu creating and editing
much faster and intuitive.
The interface has a more eye-candy look with new icons and also
toolbars and improved popup menus that greatly improved usability.
The navigation bar helps when your memory fails. Things in which order
matters now can be moved with drag n' drop. There is also many other
smalls things you'll love.
Finally, GêBR gained groups support. Groups are containers for a set of
parameters, making possible to have sets of parameters grouped with a
label and even duplicate this set and/or set parameters to be mutually
GêBR as in beta still gets new features but mostly fixes and tweaking
in preparation for the 1.0 stable release, which is going to be the
first official release.
Your help in testing, finding bugs and giving sugestions is just what we need now. See How to help
for more information.
There is a TODO
(in portuguese) of what is intended for 1.0.
For more screenshots go to Screenshots.