[ThinLinc-announce] ThinLinc 4.12.0 released

Pierre Ossman ossman at cendio.se
Mon Jun 29 09:55:11 CEST 2020

Cendio are proud to present ThinLinc 4.12.0, with more than 40
enhancements and fixes. The most prominent changes are:

* Clipboard now supports all Unicode characters. That means you can now
   copy and paste things like the Greek alphabet, the Cyrillic alphabet,
   mathematical symbols, or even emoji between your local desktop and
   your ThinLinc session.

* The native client and Web Access now both support various touch
   gestures that makes ThinLinc easier to use on devices without a
   standard mouse. E.g. tapping two fingers for a right click, or
   dragging two fingers to simulate a scroll wheel.

* ThinLinc now requires systemd for its services and no longer supports
   the classical SysV init system.

A detailed description of the this release is available at
https://www.cendio.com/thinlinc/docs/relnotes/4.12.0 .

The client and server software can be downloaded directly from our web
page. As before, the software is completely free for up to 5 concurrent
users. You can also test ThinLinc 4.12.0 by creating an account on our
demo system.

Get started using ThinLinc 4.12.0 by visiting our getting started page
at https://www.cendio.com/thinlinc/how-to-get-started

Pierre Ossman           Software Development
Cendio AB               https://cendio.com
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Phone: +46-13-214600

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