Dasher 3.2.1 released

Dasher 3.2.1 has been released, and is downloadable from 

Dasher is a zooming predictive text entry application, optimised for 
situations where keyboards are impractical such as disabled users or 
PDAs. Version 3.2.1 includes the following enhancements over 3.2.0:

(Note: This version is primarily targeted at the Gnome release cycle,
and so contains relatively few new features for Unix and none for
* A default colour scheme is now included in the core code, so Dasher 
will work even without a colour.xml file
* atoi() calls now all occur during setup rather than at runtime - 
should result in a noticable performance boost
* GPE target added - see http://gpe.handhelds.org for more information
* Ensure that Dasher doesn't try to update itself while shutting down
* Work properly in non-UTF8 locales
* Extra command-line options. -o causes Dasher to present itself for 
text entry into other applications rather than for internal editing. -p 
causes Dasher to only open a preferences window (mostly useful for the 
GPE port). -s causes Dasher to output newly entered text to stdout.
* Fixed a stupid bug that slowed down gnome-vfs operations.
* Dasher now accepts a filename on the command line
Matthew Garrett | mjg59 srcf ucam org

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