Xbmc updating video library art

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Now to install XBMC, you need to right click the application after it’s been installed and select “Open” from the list (this need only be done once).

Alternatively, you can go to System Preferences - General.

Even though the original XBMC project no longer develops or supports XBMC for the Xbox, XBMC on the Xbox is still available via the third-party developer spin-off project "XBMC4Xbox", which forked the Xbox version of the software and completely took over the development and support of XBMC for the old Xbox.

The ending of Xbox support by the original project was also the reason that it was renamed "XBMC" from the old "Xbox Media Center" name, and why it later was renamed "Kodi".

If you have any problems read the Frodo FAQ, the Raspberry Pi FAQ, or the Android FAQ, depending on your version.

If you would like to help with XBMC, we encourage you to submit bugs in Trac, provide support in our Forums where you can, or donate to the Foundation if you like.

Fixes from 12.2 included: To update to XBMC 12.3, please visit our download page, which includes downloads for Windows, OSX, and Android, and instructions for Linux, i OS, the Apple TV, and the Raspberry Pi.

Kodi also functions as a game launcher on any operating system.

Let’s hope the year 2014 will bring all of you health and happiness and of course make XBMC even more great than it already is. It has been around seven months after the release of XBMC 12.2 and we are happy to announce XBMC 12.3 with fixes for bugs found in the 12.2 release.

The list of fixes contain several bug fixes that are back-ported from the ongoing development from our 13.0 Gotham release.

This also means that 12.3 will be the last of the Frodo line and all future, major improvements will only be included in Gotham 13.0 Without further ado here’s the list of fixes included: You can read the complete list of fixes here As many of you may have experienced, 10.9 has caused a number of issues for our current releases.

In addition to forcing us to release a 12.3 version, we’ve learned that 10.9 appears to have reset security settings.

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