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KDE's Plasma Media Center 1.2 Now In RC Form

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Published on 06 December 2013 12:11 AM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE
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The first release candidate to KDE's Plasma Media Center 1.2 is now available.

The KDE-focused Plasma Media Center 1.2 brings new feautres like automatic artist/album cover downloading, folder previews on pictures, and other features, as outlined in an earlier Phoronix article. As of Thursday night, Plasma Media Center 1.2 is now available in a release candidate form.

The Plasma Media Center 1.2 RC adds key navigation for switching between multiple playlists, new icons for the media controller, displays the system time on the home screen, and brings other fixes.

More details on the Plasma Media Center 1.2 Release Candidate can be found via this blog post.

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