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[News] Google Chrome 3 for GNU/Linux Improves, Scribus 1.3.5 is Released

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Google Chrome 3.0.197.x fixes Linux plugins

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| There still isn't a stable release of Google's Chrome browser for either 
| Linux or Mac users, but Google is getting closer with the Chrome 3.0.197.x 
| dev-channel release.  


Scribus 1.3.5 desktop publishing application released

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| More details about the release can be found in the 1.3.x Roadmap and in the 
| change log. A "Get Started with Scribus" guide is provided. Scribus 1.3.5 
| requires Qt 4.4.0 or later and is available to download from SourceForge.net. 
| Scribus is released under version 2 of the GNU General Public License 
| (GPLv2).    



Get Your Chrome Experience On Linux

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| If you have anything to do with IT or computers you know about the Google
| Chrome browser. No matter where you stand on your opinion of Google, you can
| not deny the Chrome browser is fast. In fact, Chrome is setting the standard
| for browser speed such that the competition is now playing a serious game of
| catch up. The Chrome browser is so fast (at both startup and page load) that
| the difference goes well beyond noticeable. Next to all of its competition
| Google Chrome looks as if it is running in a completely different gear all
| together.


Google Chrome: Meet the New Boss

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| Meet the new boss, not quite the same as the old boss. While Google Chrome
| isnât likely to unseat Firefox as the browser of choice for most Linux users
| very soon, recent development builds are showing a great deal of promise.


Top 10 Google Chrome Themes

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| Just like Firefox, Google Chrome web browser is now theme-able. That is if
| you have Google Chrome 3.0 Developer Preview or the most recent Chromium
| build installed.


Checking Chrome on Linux

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| Chrome for Linux has recently been released in an unstable version. As I have
| been looking forward to it for a year now, I cannot wait more. So I am going
| to have a look at that beta version (


Google Chrome to get synchronisation

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| Chromium developer Tim Steele has revealed that Google is working on a new
| cloud synchronisation function for its Chrome web browser. Chromium is the
| open source base on which Google's WebKit-based Chrome web browser is built.
| In his post on the Chromium development message board, Steele says that the
| feature for syncing user data will be linked to a users Google account and
| that work is being started in the Chromium project this week.


Linux Chrome Builds Get Plug-In Support

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| Linux: If a lack of third-party plug-in support (i.e. Flash) kept you from
| trying out Chrome on your Linux system, then avoid no longer. The "early
| developer version" now supports many plug-ins, and they seem to work pretty
| well.

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