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Trinity Project keeping 3.5 alive

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For people who prefer the KDE 3.5-style desktop, a new version of the Trinity Desktop Environment (TDE) has been released. Trinity is a continuation of the KDE 3.5 Desktop Environment with ongoing updates and new features. Trinity Desktop Environment 3.5.13 source code is available and the project also provides packages for Debian, Ubuntu and Fedora. Read on for an overview of what is new in Trinity 3.5.13!

Features and fixes

There has been a number of changes and improvements to Trinity in the 3.5.13 release. The most visible of those are:

* Added new "Monitor and Display" control center module for system-wide single/multi monitor and display configuration

* Integration with applications like Firefox and NetworkManager with a new DBUS notification client

* A new compositor is included and several applications including Amarok have been modified to take advantage of that

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