Microsoft has announced a Raw compatibility update for Windows Vista, 7 and 8, adding support for 22 cameras.This includes the previous generation of Canon Rebel cameras, along with the Pentax K-01, Sony RX100 and the Fujifilm X10.It also adds support for the Canon EOS 6D and Nikon D600, along with 'richer' support for images shot in Adobe RGB.Windows 8 users can find the update using the Windows Update system (Update KB2836187), while Vista and Windows 7 customers will need to visit the Microsoft Download Center.To update your photo gallery, use the Windows Essentials updater if Windows Photo Gallery indicates the availability of updates.Alternatively, use the Windows Essentials Web installer to update the photo gallery to the latest build.This is an issue that can be easily fixed by simply making it so the text doesn't hang around on screen for as long as it does.
It's a simple feature that's missing, and I'm sure most people are able to live without it.
To understand the release policy of the coppermine dev team you have to understand how bugs are being fixed: we maintain a repository where the core code of each major release is being constantly being improved.
Major and minor bugs that are reported on the coppermine support board are being fixed in that repository.
Minor releases (the third number in the version numbering scheme) represent updates, also known as "maintenance releases".
Major releases contain new features (compared to the previous major release), minor releases do not contain new features, but only bug fixes and slight improvements (like additional language files).