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WINE 0.9.52 Released, Lots Of Fixes

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Published on 28 December 2007 05:11 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE
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Just in time for the near year, the WINE project is out with a new bi-weekly release. WINE 0.9.52 has improved graphics tablet support, support for RPC context handles, fixes for screen depth issues, and the implementation of a "My Network Places" shell folder. As always, this release does contain a number of other bug fixes. The complete details and download links for WINE 0.9.52 are available from WINE HQ.

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