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Linux Mint 20.3 Arriving Soon with a Surprise New App

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More updates available about what's in store for Linux Mint 20.3 "Una" with a gift from the team - a new app.
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Linux Mint Monthly News – November 2021

  • Linux Mint Monthly News – November 2021

    Many thanks to all the people who support our project. Thank you very much to all of you for your help and your generous donations.

    All of our focus is on the BETA for Linux Mint 20.3. We’re planning to release it early this December. We’re finalizing translations, artwork and still making fixes and adjustments but for the most part it’s almost ready to enter QA.

    Some of the new features in 20.3 haven’t been revealed yet, but we’re so close to release, I’m not sure there’s much point in giving you a preview

    MATE 1.26 and Flatpak 1.12 were backported.

    In the XApps, the PDF reader received proper manga support (hitting the left arrow key in manga mode now goes forward in the document), the image viewer received the ability to quickly fit to the width or the height of the displayed picture, and many of the apps received improvements for small display resolutions (hiding the menubar, not showing the toolbar in fullscreen…etc), and dark-mode support.

Linux Mint 20.3 Release Will Bring a Surprise New App..

Linux Mint 20.3 beta being tested, is its release imminent?

  • Linux Mint 20.3 beta being tested, is its release imminent?

    At the end of November, Clem Lefebvre, head of the Linux Mint project said that the team was working fully on the Linux Mint 20.3 beta as it wants it out as soon as possible for a Linux Mint 20.3 release around Christmas. According to the Linux Mint Community website, it looks like the beta ISOs are currently being tested which suggests they’ll be released in the next few days.

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