Graph port-type colors are now configurable (cf. menu View > Colors.
Make Graph nodes (ie. client boxes) transparent for yet some eye-candiness ;). Also keep the (Graph) current selection across port (dis)connections.
Drawing patchbay connector lines as (bezier) curves is now a difinitive and fixed feature (as long as no more remains from the so called "Cambric explosion era" are still lurking in there).
AppStream metadata updated to be the most compliant with latest freedesktop.org specification and recommendation.
Graph auto-layout improvement for brand new node clients.
Avoid showing setup warning when no server settings have changed.
Fixed JACK D-Bus settings for MIDI driver parameter.
AppData/AppStream metadata is now settled under an all permisssive license (FSFAP).
Improved Graph rubberband add (Shift) and toggle (Ctrl) multiple (de)selections.
Added user preference option: Setup / Misc / Buttons / Replace Connections with Graph button (on main window).
Added a zoom slider control to the Graph view status bar.
Respect ALSA Sequencer support option also on Graph view.
Regression to new Graph node/ports sorting comparator; also fixed multiple and many port removals, most probably causing it to crash due to double-free/delete potential.
Fixed the automatic aggregation of new Graph client nodes that are split as either input or output only (ie. system, terminal, physical or otherwise non-duplex nodes).
Added View/Zoom Range mode option to Graph tool.
Half a decade later, recent new custom entries may now get removed from Session Infra-client list.
Some rather old, better said "Cambric explosion era", user preference options have been ditched altogether: Display / Time Format; Display / Shiny glass light effect; Display / Connections/Draw connections and patchbay lines as Bezier curves; Misc/Configure as temporary server.
A brand new and way long overdue connections Graph widget is finally introduced, only to be accessible through the context menu at this time.
Extended multi-selection is now supported on all Connections client/port lists, allowing for multiple (dis)connections at once.
Disable singleton/unique application instance setup logic when the display server platform is not X11.
A little hardening on the configure (autoconf) macro side.