Icaros Desktop 1.3.3 has been released

Date 13-Dec-2011 22:16:56
Topic: software AROS

The latest version of the popular AROS distribution Icaros Desktop has been released. This update extends hardware 3D acceleration to netbooks and other systems with GMA950/3100 graphic processing units, includes all the "AROS paper cuts" bug fixes done so far, and brings some new games and applications.

New from Icaros Desktop 1.3.2

- added support for 3D hardware acceleration to Intel GMA driver
- added three new games: Net Bubble, Beret and Dragon Memory
- removed some older/half-working games
- added flite speech synthesis engine
- added ccd2cue disc format converter
- updated diskimage.device to latest version
- updated PortablE to latest version
- updated DosBox to latest version
- updated FlexCat to latest version
- fix: no more dead shell window when AmiBridge runs unconfigured at startup
- fix: Wanderer drag'n'drop now behaves correctly with multiple file selections
- fix: Wanderer now updates screen when a new wallpaper is chosen
- fix: Wanderer now remembers toolbar settings
- fix: many CLI commands now behave as expected
- fix: file requesters now behave as expected and support drag'n'drop
- fix: palette gadget now uses all available space provided
- fix: keyboard lasso now behaves correctly
- fix: not-working system power-off option has been removed
- fix: clipboard correctly detects very small clips
- fix: menu bar is now correctly decorated
- fix: decoration now works better and faster
- fix: changing pointer doesn't show garbage in VESA modes anymore
- fix: AROS is now installable from twice-partitioned USB pendrives
- fix: CDVDFS doesn't crash anymore when dealing with longer file names
- fix: Scout now handles memory correctly
- updated system files to Dec 12 nightly build
- added new DataTypes
- added Convierteme image resizer/converter
- added PXdrum digital drum with samples

More information on the project's web site http://www.icarosdesktop.org

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