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LibreOffice Sees First Update Already

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Today The Document Foundation announced the release candidate to LibreOffice 3.3.1. This is the first in what will undoubtedly become a series of ever-improving code. The Foundation warns that this is indeed a release candidate and not ready for your production environment. However, the list of fixes is extensive when considering version 3.3.0 was just released two and a half weeks ago.

Primarily the fixes include numerous translation updates, new mimetype icons, and lots of crash fixes.

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