linux mint 14 cinnamon [32 bit]

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Cinnamon 1.6
Cinnamon is full of new features and among the most active projects in the Linux community. Within this release cycle, Cinnamon developed at an amazing pace and its development was frozen in preparation for Linux Mint 14. The result is impressive and despite all these new features, Cinnamon 1.6 is more stable than its predecessor.
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Workspace OSD
Workspaces are “persistent” in Cinnamon. This means you can create a workspace whenever you want by clicking the “+” button and it will remain there until you decide to delete it. You can log off or even reboot, your workspaces will remain the way you defined them.
In Cinnamon 1.6 you can give them a name.
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This allows you to define distinct and memorable environments and to separate and gather your windows according to your activities.
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When you switch workspaces, the workspace name appears on the screen. So you always know where you are.
The Workspace OSD (On-Screen-Display) is also configurable. You can set its duration, its position on the screen and whether you want it to show up or not.
Window Quick-List
The Window Quick-List is a new applet which lists all your windows across all workspaces.
The Window Quick-List is great to access windows across multiple workspaces
Scale also received improved keyboard navigation, so whether you prefer to find your windows by name or by looking at them, you can do so quickly and easily in Cinnamon 1.6.
Finally, both Scale and Expo are now also available as applets (as opposed to hot corners). This means they can be added wherever you want in the panels, in complement or replacement of the window quick-list.
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Notifications Applet
When you add the notifications applet to your panel it keeps track of any notification you didn’t dismiss.
The notification applet keeps track of what happened when you weren't looking
Cinnamon notifications are ephemeral; Either you click them and they disappear immediately or they disappear by themselves after a few seconds.
The notifications applet acts like a tray which collects the notifications you didn’t click on. This is particularly handy when you’re busy doing something else and you just happened to see a notification in the corner of your screen but didn’t have time to read it, or when you’re away and you want to catch up with what happened during your absence.
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Alt-Tab Thumbnails and Window Previews
The Alt-Tab window switcher is now configurable. Cinnamon 1.6 features the following switchers:
Icons (default, similar to Cinnamon 1.4)
Icons + Thumbnails
Icons + Window Previews
Window Previews
Alt-Tab with Icons and Thumbnails
“Window Previews” shows a preview of the selected window while switching with an effect similar to the Compiz Fusion switcher. The window in question comes to the front of the screen and is displayed prominently. If the theme defines it, the window can also be highlighted with an outline border/color.
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Improved Sound Applet
Music lovers will enjoy some of the improvements in the Sound Applet.
More prominent cover art and improved layout in the sound applet
The layout was reworked to give the cover artwork more space. The volume slider now features a visible percentage and no longer controls amplification past 100% (although this was handy in Cinnamon 1.4, it was confusing and led to people experiencing sound saturation). The applet now also comes with tooltips and mute buttons for the sound and the microphone (accessible via the right-click menu).
Nemo
Cinnamon now features its own file browser: Nemo.
Nemo, the Cinnamon file browser
Cinnamon will eventually handle all visible layers of the Gnome desktop and provide an integrated experience, not only in terms of window and workspace management, but also in terms of file browsing, configuration and desktop presentation. Cinnamon 1.6 comes with tight integration for Nemo and a brand new backgrounds selection screen.
Nemo improves on Nautilus in many areas and offers a lot of new features.
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[b]And that’s not all…[/b]
Cinnamon 1.6 is huge. There’s more than 800 changes in it and its commit changelog is 2.3 times the size of the 1.4 release! It would be hard to describe all the new features and to list all the bug fixes… and if we did, you probably wouldn’t have the patience to read through it all :)
So here’s a quick overview of the most notable new features and bug fixes which come with this new release.
For an exhaustive list of changes, please visit the following page: 
[url="https://github.com/linuxmint/Cinnamon/commits/master"]link[/url]
Other new features:
Edge Flip
Grid View in Expo
Configurable panel heights
Panel auto-hide delay options
Expo and Scale applets
Brightness applet
Mouse scroll to switch windows in window list applet
“Close all” and “Close other” in window list applet
Cinnamon 2D (A new session which uses software rendering, to help people troubleshoot compatibility problems with Cinnamon)
Workspaces and Menu pages in Cinnamon Settings
Faster menu filtering
Menu activation on hover
Settings applet is now part of the panel context menu
New widgets (for Applet developers): radio buttons and checkboxes
Most notable bug fixes:
Improved keyboard navigation in Scale and Expo
Fixed panel labels getting shrunk
Panel zones alignment
Improved stability (fixed many bugs which made Cinnamon 1.4 crash)
Fixed many memory leaks present in Cinnamon 1.4
Improved dual-monitor handling
Fixed context menus appearing behind the panel, flickering or appearing behind other windows.
Faster workspace switching (and no more reordering of the windows)
Fixed skype chat window stealing the focus
Fixed attached dialogs leaving window borders on the screen when closing too fast
Fixed panel autohiding when lookingGlass is open
Fixed showDesktop applet not always showing the desktop
Fixed showDesktop applet missing Gimp utility windows
Fixed places not appearing in menu
Applets are now aligned in the center when placed in the central zone of the panel
[u][b]view the complete changelist:[/b][/u]
[u][b][url="http://www.linuxmint.com/rel_nadia_whatsnew.php"]link[/url][/b][/u]
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