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Old 04-04-2011, 03:50 PM   #1
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LXer: LyX Devs Release First 2.0 Release Candidates


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Considering that they've been working on it for about two years now, the LyX 2.0 release candidates are starting to appear relatively quickly (RC2 at time of writing). Considering that the file format is now fairly fixed and should now be forwards compatible with all later versions, this might be a good time for LyX die hards to check out 2.0, if they haven't already.

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