Test driving some new features of KDE 4.4

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Article from Issue 113/2010
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Qt 4.6 passes a collection of new functionalities to KDE 4.4. We’ll show you the animation framework and KDE’s new multi-touch feature.

The KDE desktop and the underlying Qt application framework are developed independently but in parallel. The needs of KDE result in new functionality in Qt, and new functionality in Qt quickly leads to new features for KDE. The latest Qt version 4.6 release is packed with new features that are making their way to KDE desktops around the world. You’ll find many of these enhancements in KDE 4.4.

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