posted by Thom Holwerda on Thu 23rd Jul 2009 11:32 UTC
IconThe KDE project has announced the third release candidate of KDE 4.3, set to be released August 4. "While 4.3 already feels very stable, there still have been quite some changes to the code-base since the second release candidate. In order to have the 4.3.0 release well-tested, the release team decided to put out another release candidate and postpone the final 4.3.0 release by one week. The most notable change is probably a fix for a performance problem in Plasma, where applets would shortly freeze after being resized. This bug has been resolved by delaying the caching of rendered SVG images until after the resizing has finished."
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