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== Current News ==
== Current News ==
=== RKWard 0.5.- and ===
''2009 - [[User:Tfry]]''
RKWard is available for [[Download_RKWard|download]]. of to the RKWard (0.5.to the () .
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Revision as of 21:01, 4 August 2009
RKWard 0.5.1 - New Features and Initial Windows Port
04 August 2009 - User:Tfry
RKWard 0.5.1, is available for download, now. Perhaps most excitingly, this is the first official version of RKWard to also be available for the Windows operating system. The Windows port still has some issues, but we hope to iron those out in the coming release(s). On Linux/BSD systems, RKWard 0.5.1 also comes with new features. Perhaps most importantly, the output window now has links to re-run a plugin with the same (or adjusted) settings, and the keyboard shortcuts can finally be customized to your own liking.
The changes in detail: Read more...
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