Almanah 0.11 Enhances the Security of Your Diary

This release of Almanah also improves the tagging accessibility

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The final and stable release of the Almanah 0.11 diary software for the GNOME desktop environment has been officially announced a few days ago, on December 2, 2013.

The final and stable release of the Almanah 0.11 diary software for the GNOME desktop environment has been officially announced a few days ago, on December 2, 2013.

Therefore, Almanah 0.11.0 is here to improve the tagging accessibility, enhance the diary security, as well as to change the tagging look (new button with a symbolic link in the toolbar and the tag bar shown integrated in the main toolbar).

Moreover, a new 256x256 icon has been added, so it looks better in the GNOME Shell app overview mode, and an AppData file has been included to display a “completed information” in the GNOME Software application.

Last but not least, the following translations have been updated in Almanah 0.11.0: Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, Danish, French, Galician, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Latvian, Polish, Slovenian, Spanish, and Serbian. More details about this new release of Almanah can be found in the official raw changelog.

Download Almanah 0.11.0 right now from Softpedia.

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