Last evening, May 12, the developers behind the Evolution software, the personal information manager for the GNOME desktop environment, announced the immediate availability for download of the second stable maintenance release of Evolution 3.8.
Evolution 3.8.2 fixes lots of bugs reported by users from previous releases, such as the missing trailing semicolon from X-GNOME-Bugzilla-OtherBinares, improved drag and drop export support of a PDF file, as well as the reply all function of the Calendar component.
Moreover, an email signature issue was also fixed in this stable release of Evolution, the prompt-on-mark-all-read function now works in context menu, the attachment file chooser can now preview attachments' content, and the crash when sending an email with attachment was repaired as well.
Contact Editor's Image's file chooser has been modified to display only image files, white background is now used for the HTML parts, the mail header names are now right-aligned, the "drag-and-drop-save-name-format" setting was removed, and the stuck shutdown issue was fixed.
Last but not least, three translations were also updated in this stable release of Evolution, Catalan, Catalan Valencian and Japanese. More details can be found in the official raw changelog.
Download Evolution 3.8.2 right now from Softpedia.