Enlightenment E17 Alpha 4 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 21 November 2012 at 12:22 PM EST. 6 Comments
Just a couple days after the release of E17 Alpha 3 there is a fourth alpha version of the forthcoming Enlightenment release.

The E17 release date is set so now developers are viciously working on getting the release prepared in time. Changes for the fourth alpha include:

- Translation updates
- Fixed submenu positioning bug
- Fixes for modal dialog windows (unbreaks image import dialog)
- .spec file improvements
- OSX compatibility fixes
- RandR dialog presents refresh rates in right click menu
- Further improvements to new default theme, particularly digital clock appearance
- Theme info menu item is now more clear
- Default theme now allows file renaming on longpress

More details on this new release can be found at Enlightenment.org.
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