announcing Release version 5.4 of Neptune
We are proud to announce version 5.4 of Neptune .
This update represents the current state of Neptune 5 and renews the ISO file so if you install Neptune you don't have to download tons of Updates.
In this update we introduce a new look and feel package called Neptune Dark. This comes together with an modified icon themeoptimized for dark themes called Faenza Dark. We improved hardware support further by providing Linux Kernel 4.16.16 with improved drivers and bugfixes.
Other main changes in this version are the update of KDE Frameworks to version 5.48 and KDE Applications to version 18.04.3. As the new KF5 version is not compatible with Qt 5.7 anymore we had to backport its patches to version 5.45.
VLC has been updated to 3.0.3 to provide more speed and lots of bugfixes.
Thunderbird 52.9 fixes issues with encrypted html e-mails. The Excalibur menu is now available in version 2.7 which provides some bugfixes in regards to multiple activities and moving favorites around.
KWin the default window manager for Plasma got an update to version 5.12.5 which is now the real version which we adjusted to be compiled against Qt 5.7 and not a relabled version 5.11.5. This offers some nice speed improvements aswell as some updated effects and better hardware support.
LibreOffice is now available in version 6.0.6. We fixed an issue with MTP causing issues to share files with Android devices.
Enlightenment 22 is now available in Version 0.22.3 together with Terminology 1.2.1.
You can find more information on our changelog site.
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