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First Beta Of Krita 2.5 Now Available For Testing

The next version of Krita, KDE's artwork program for sketching and painting, is going to be released soon. The team has released first beta of Krita 2.5 which brings many new features and improvements.

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How To Import CorelDraw Text in LibreOffice

Fridrich Strba, of TDF reports that the team is working on LibreOffice CorelDraw Import Filter that will make it easier to import CorelDraw text into LibreOffice.

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Wine 1.5.7 Has Dynamic Device Support

Two weeks after the Wine 1.5.6 development release where they began work on a Direct3D shader compiler, Wine 1.5.7 now brings several more features for running your Windows binaries on Linux and other platforms...

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Calibre 0.8.57 Packaged for openSUSE

I'm pleased to announce the new available EBook-Manager calibre package 0.8.57 for Balsam Professional / openSUSE. Whats happend since the last Minorupdate? 

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A Low-Latency Kernel For Linux Gaming

Within the Phoronix Forums and elsewhere it has been brought up that using a low-latency kernel can improve the Linux gaming performance, but is this really the case? In this article are some simple benchmarks comparing the stock Ubuntu 12.04 LTS "generic" Linux kernel compared to Ubuntu's low-latency flavor of...

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KDE To Get Smarter Copy Dialog

Cyril Oblikov, a KDE developer, is working on a new copy dialog for KDE as his Google Summer of Code (GSoD 2011) project. The idea of the project is "intelligent errors handling during the file transfer process."...

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