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Old 07-16-2007, 04:47 AM   #1
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LXer: GNUmed released

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The new version sports few new features but rather quite a few changes under the hood. Software errors are handled much better in a way that they can be easily reported to the developers. The so called slave mode has proven to be stable on MS Windows and is in use now daily. It is used to connect a legacy app called Turbomed. That way a document archive has been established. Along with a fast image scanner it has proven to be efficient enough for use during patient consultations. The MS Windows version has seen some love. The DOS Windows have been removed. Looks cleaner. Apart from that the installer is now even smarter and detects the user interface language.



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