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Dolphin Features for KDE 4.2

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The feature freeze for KDE 4.2 starts on the November the 17th. Time again for a summary of the features that made it into Dolphin since KDE 4.1...

Improved zooming support. It's now possible for all view modes (icons, details, columns) to adjust the zoom level from 16 x 16 pixels to 256 x 256 pixels. Like in Gwenview a zoom slider is offered in the status bar:

It is still possible to configure having the volume space information like known from previous Dolphin versions.

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