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We have taken a preview of Linux Deepin 12.12 and put it on YouTube, in which you can see what Linux Deepin 12.12 will be like. The video demonstrates the new desktop environment and new versions of Deepin’s featured applications.
The video above only helps you catch a brief glimpse of what is new. We hope you find it exciting. Another thing to mention is that the issue with the dock where it is blocked by the windows are already fixed.
In the video I noticed that the text was in Chinese. Linux Deepin does come in English as well right?
I'm assuming but it's not safe to assume sometimes.
Yes, it's perfectly safe that you assume it comes in English.
And As long as they do not bother to have me improve the translations (with my poor knowledge in the English language), I will try to make the user experience of the English version at least equivalent to the Chinese one, as I also set my locale to English for daily use and therefore am directly affected.
Looks like the 12.12 BETA has (finally) been released, in Chinese only (so far).
Actually It was an alpha one. And lots of things still have to be done before we can move to the next version, e.g beta, for testing.
Thanks for your support and thanks to all those who have waited so long for the new version of Linux Deepin.