Wine 1.3.3 Brings Various New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 18 September 2010 at 02:29 PM EDT. 9 Comments
While new Wine development snapshots are generally released on a bi-weekly basis with the release almost always taking place on a Friday, the Wine 1.3.3 release came out today on a Saturday. The Wine 1.3.3 release has a variety of fixes and other improvements.

The improvements made to this software project that makes it possible to execute Microsoft Windows binaries on Linux and other operating systems include improved support for right-to-left text, support for CMYK JPEG images, beginnings of a game explorer implementation, improved 64-bit support in MSI, a stub inetcpl control panel applet, a number of fixes to crypto support, translation updates, and the usual variety of bug-fixes.

The release announcement and change list can be found at

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