Nonpareil now has much better looking LCD displays for the HP-41C and Voyager series calculators. Now instead of single-pixel-wide "stick digits", they have segments that look pretty much like the real thing, thanks to the scaling and compositing features of gdk-pixbuf. The Voyager annunciators are also now implemented.
The .png image files contain an oversized digit/character template, with each segment in a different color. The KML file specifies where the segment tempate is, how big it is, and what colors (RGB) the segments are. At startup, Nonpareil extracts the segments individually, changes their color to black, scales them, and converts the result to alpha channel data for compositing.
Display updates are also faster because display update requests now only invalidate the digits and annunciators that have actually changed, and the expose event handler uses the update region to determine which ones need to be repainted.
Updated the About box. Added some animation and an easter egg.