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PlayOnLinux 4.1 is available

Saturday 19 May 2012 at 23:09

To finish the week, we're happy to announce you PlayOnLinux and PlayOnMac 4.1 release.

Here is a short summary of the changes

PlayOnLinux can open documents, and manage extensions

Many of you asked this feature, now it's done! PlayOnLinux can open your documents, for example you can associate .doc files with Office 2010

How does it work?
  1. Tells PlayOnLinux/PlayOnMac that you want to open .docx files (for example) with Microsoft Word 2010 (These settings can be found in option menu). This step can be automatically done when you install programs with PlayOnLinux.
  2. Open your .docx file with PlayOnLinux/PlayOnMac
  3. Voilà
Some screenshots
[box]http://www.playonlinux.com/images/uploads/217.jpg[/box]

A new debugger

PlayOnLinux and PlayOnMac 4.1 integrates a new and more clever debugger, so that we can support you more easily.

[box]http://www.playonlinux.com/images/uploads/215.jpg[/box][box]http://www.playonlinux.com/images/uploads/216.jpg[/box]

A new configure window

[box]http://www.playonlinux.com/images/uploads/214.jpg[/box]

Other feature

- Optirun support
- System check on startup
- Lot of bug fixed (proxy settings, cdrom problems, wget, ...)
- UTF-8 problems fixed

And what about 4.0.18 and 4.0.19? You forgot the news!

A lot of small feature were added to:

- Install window : you can see the screenshots in big size by clicking on it
[box]http://www.playonlinux.com/images/uploads/218.jpg[/box] [box]http://www.playonlinux.com/images/uploads/219.jpg[/box]

- A bug for Ubuntu 12.04 users that prevented PlayOnLinux from running is fixed
- Bugfix : POL prevented wine from running when the .exe was installed in a bad filesystem (instead of just alerting)
- Wine architectures problem should be fixed
- Ability to run custom commands before starting a program or a game
- Bugs fixed : #72, #561
- 64bits prefixes creation support
- OSX users : New feature allowing to read the Windows part of a hybrid PC/Mac cdrom

To get more details, you can read the changelog

Enjoy, and don't hesitate to give feedbacks!

Quentin PÂRIS

Comments

Author Replies
Muffinman Saturday 26 May 2012 at 14:00

Will this version appear in the Ubuntu 12.04 software centre as it's currently using 4.0.14-1?
carlosdelmar Tuesday 12 June 2012 at 11:01

Gracias.

It woks!!!

elbuho Thursday 21 November 2013 at 19:00

i try to open a office's document with double click in MInt 15 mate, but it appends a c: string at head of path like c:/home/user1/document1.docx and WORD can't open the file because that isn't the real path. Would you help me? How can i fix this issue?

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