3.1 Released w/ New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in SUSE on 7 May 2009 at 01:48 PM EDT. 1 Comment 3.0 was release last October, but today the community has announced the release of its first major update. 3.1 brings a major revamp of the program's on-screen graphics, further grammar check integration, performance improvements, improved support for bi-directional scripts, easier deployment of macro applications, and many other features.

More on the features found in 3.1 can be found in its press release as well as under the new features area. 3.1 is available for free download.

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