Wine 1.3.35 Lands DIB Improvements & More
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 16 December 2011 at 04:05 PM EST. Add A Comment
There's a new version of Wine available for testing this weekend.

Wine 1.3.35 is the latest bi-weekly development release and it offers up the following improvements:

- Triangular gradients and cosmetic wide pens support in the DIB engine.
- All Wine dialogs can now be translated through po files.
- Many more scripts added to UniScribe.
- JScript using bytecode throughout now.
- Several MSXML improvements.
- Various bug fixes.

The bug-fixes and other details are listed on WineHQ.org.

The Wine 1.3 series should end in the first half of next year and be released as the stable Wine 1.4.
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