Fantastic.... really hope a AIO 32bit is produced as well...


On 29 October 2013 08:22, Zissis Papadopoulos <> wrote:
Thank you Jerome!
We are looking forward for the windows AIO64 version,



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Subject: [Gramps-devel] Gramps 3.4.6 released

The Gramps team releases version 3.4.6. The “Answer to the Ultimate Question”, a maintenance and bug fix release. Changes are: Citation merge works better for all objects with citations Fixed citations attached to family events Fixed several crashes, hangs, and data corruption scenarios Fixed bugs in determining whether a person is alive, potentially resolving private data leak via export or report VCF export/import now support gender information Several bugs with filtering fixed, most filters now support regular expressions Fixed bug in Hebrew calendar date calculations Support space in Gramps ID with GEDCOM file format export/import Multiple fixes in gramplets Multiple fixes in the narrated website report Some fixes and improvements of the webapp Enhancements of the citation tree view (Sources category) Polish and consistency on Gramps XML export Bump XML schema to 1.5.1 Fixed several long-standing problems with report generation Better support of RTL locales (Arabic, Hebrew, etc.) in GUI Platform-specific fixes for Mac and Windows New date handler for Arabic Translation updates and translation-related fixes Repaired and enhanced tests broken since 3.3.x, resulting in overall reliability improvements See the Changelog for more details. The latest releases can always be found on our Sourceforge page. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ October Webinars: Code for Performance Free Intel webinars can help you accelerate application performance. Explore tips for MPI, OpenMP, advanced profiling, and more. Get the most from the latest Intel processors and coprocessors. See abstracts and register >
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