Made you your own topic for this question. I'm assuming you are using MATE?
Edit: had a quick check, you can easily install the older version of Glade. To do so, download the packages glade, glade-common and optionall glade-doc from the following links. Download links are at the bottom, and you either pick the "all" architecture if is it available or, if you must choose between "amd64" and "i386", take "i386" for 32-bit.
After downloading the files, and having removed all previously installed glade packages from your system
, double-click the files in your file manager to get the option to install them. Order of installation is important; install glade-common first! Then glade, and optionally glade-doc. As you install the packages, you will get a warning that never versions of the packages are available in the repository. Continue anyway. To avoid your Update Manager upgrading you to these newer versions later, you must lock these three packages down. To do so, open a terminal and run each of the following three commands, one at a time:
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echo glade hold | sudo dpkg --set-selections
echo glade-common hold | sudo dpkg --set-selections
echo glade-doc hold | sudo dpkg --set-selections