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== Current News ==
 
== Current News ==

Revision as of 20:11, 30 June 2009

Current News

RKWard 0.4.9b and 0.5.0d - Bugfixing and backports

11 May 2009 - User:Tfry

A new set of RKWard releases is available for download. This brings another series of bugfixes to the KDE 4 branch of RKWard (0.5.0d) and long awaited backports to the KDE 3 branch (0.4.9b).

The changes in detail Read more...

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