KDE Applications 16.12 Released: KWave Added, Konqueror Ported To KF5
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 15 December 2016 at 02:20 PM EST. 20 Comments
KDE --
The KDE community banded together today to issue their big KDE Applications 16.12 update.

Among the changes to KDE Applications 16.12 is adding the KWave sound editor to the bundle, Marble adds a wallpaper and widget mode, KCharSelect now handles Unicode emoticons, Cantor supports a Julia back-end, Ark archiving improvements, and many other changes.

Applications ported over to KDE Frameworks 5 for this milestone were Okular, Konqueror, KGpg, KTouch, and Kalzium. More than 130 bugs have also been fixed with the KDE Applications 16.12 update.

More details on the new KDE Applications release via KDE.org.
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