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The following features will be part of KDE 4.1:
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==New applications and libraries==
* New: Dragon Player multimedia player
* New: Ruby, PyQt4 and Plasmoid templates for developers
* New: printer applet
* New: Okteta Hex Editor
* New games: Kdiamond (a bejeweld clone), Kollision, Kubrick, KsirK, KBreakout
* New: Goya
* New: Akonadi
* New: KSystemLog log viewer
* New: [[Projects/Summer of Code/2007/Projects/KAider|Lokalize]] (formerly Kaider) computer-aided translation system
* New: Libksane scanning library and Skanlite scanner application
* New: A shared emoticon theming system (used in PIM and kopete)
* New: Step physics simulator
* New: PHP-Qt
* Back: KSCD
==Improvements in applications==
* Session management and restore from crash in Konqueror
* Undo closed window and smooth scrolling in Konqueror
* Annotations in Kate
* Reimplementation of KInfoCenter
* Monitoring process output and Pause/resume applications in KSysGuard
* Color blindness simulation in KMagnifier
* Overhauled: KCron, cron job administration tool
* KGet: web interface, transfer settings, torrent support, nepomuk integration, global speedlimits
* KRDC: ZeroConf support, now detects remote desktops
* KLinkStatus general improvements
* Calculator plasmoid and vector support in KAlgebra
* Molecular editing in Kalzium
* Improved OpenStreetMap support in Marble
* Parley has its main windows redesigned
* ZeroConf support for KBattleShip
* Gwenview: undo system, Thumbnail bar, new full-screen UI and rating support
* Okular: better form support, better presentation mode
* Kopete: AIM offline support, OTR Encryption support, less intrusive notifications
* Dolphin: innovative single-click selection, Copy to/Move to, tabs, treeview, tooltips and improved tagging support
* Konsole: drag'n'drop of tabs, send input to other terminals
* Too many too mention in [[/Schedules/KDE4/4.1_Feature_Plan#kdepim|KDE-PIM]]
* Kross-based scripting in KDevelop
==Improvements in frameworks==
* Support for 3rd party icon themes in compliance to the icon naming specification
* Support for QtScript, Java, PyQt and QtRuby in the Kross scripting framework
* CSS3 Media Query in KHTML
* GStreamer, Quicktime, DirectShow9 Phonon backends
* Subtitle support in Phonon
* Caching and interface improvement in KNewStuff
* DXS support in KNewStuff
* Add support for galago-like desktop notifications spec
* Simpler selection of files in single-click mode
* Font selection dialog has previews now
* Inline editing and text shadows in the fileview
* Richtext editor widget
* Prospective loading of other network resources in KHTML
* Support for Freedesktop.org's desktop-bookmark-spec
* Many improvements in Nepomuk, including rating widget and better performance
==Window Manager and Desktop==
* New coverswitch and wobbly windows effect in KWin
* Selecting a different window manager in the session module
* Widgets on Canvas
* Webkit support
* OSX Dashboard widget support
* Orientation-dependent layout in Kickoff
* More polished kickoff
* Multiple, resizable and relocatable Plasma panels
* New interface and configuration dialog for KRunner
* Desktop Search support in KRunner
* Kross and Plasma integration in SuperKaramba
* Menu editing via kickoff->rightclick
* Installing icons themes, splash screens, emoticons and Plasma themes via KNewStuff
* Systemsettings module for Nepomuk and Strigi
* New applets like one for character selection, network management, pastebin, Kalzium molecule info, show folder and more
==New platforms==
* [[Projects/KDE_on_Windows|Windows port]] (Frameworks and Applications)
* [[Projects/KDE_on_Mac_OS_X|Mac port]] (Frameworks and Applications)
* [[Projects/KDE_on_Solaris|Solaris, OpenSolaris port]]

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