Release Notes: Webcams are now supported, both for sending and receiving. Tabbed windows were implemented. Conversations can be grouped using tabs. Support for MSN Mobile service was added. Animated emoticons are supported. The appearance of the chat window can be customized more extensively. A new panel GUI was added to alert when there's a new aMSN version. The language files and plugins are automatically updated from the Web. A picture is displayed in a notification alert, like MSN 7. Statistics for history were added. Color was added to the history. You can now use your webcam to take a picture and use it as a display picture.
Release Notes: A preview picture is now shown when someone sends a file transfer request. Fixes were made for the extra empty space at the bottom of the chat window, a non-integer proxy port, a "Contact does not exist" reconnection issue, problems with the new Snack sound library, and other bugs. An alert is triggered when Microsoft sends a maintenance message. The user properties now store whether someone uses Webmessenger, MSN 6, or MSN 7. Support for plugins was improved. You can now change the default download location in the "Others" preferences tab. "Save As" on a file transfer request. Under Mac OS X, the phone number may now be saved in preferences and some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: An option in the alarm feature to send a message when the alarm runs out was added. Issues with displaying pictures with Gaim was fixed, as well as alarm and proxy problems. Variable substitution in alarm was implemented. A custom chat style is now supported. An option to ignore other users' font preferences, a global nick option to change everybody's nick, a different friendly name (p4c) for each user, and the ability to remove empty groups from the contact list were added. The ability to use the Snack library for sounds (set to default for windows) and the ability to block/unblock all the users from a group by the popup menu were added. Many bugfixes for Mac OS X were made.
Release Notes: Some options were added to make the GUI look nicer. A new abstract connection layer was added. The proxy should now work better, and proxy authentication is now supported. Each user can now set personal notification preferences in "User properties". Focus is now given to the login window.
Release Notes: This release adds support for displaying pictures, receiving file transfers using the new MSNP2P system (through the server), custom smileys, and the the Windows tray icon. There's now a "typed characters counter" in message windows, an "Advanced preferences editor" to customize each detail of AMSN, and a new default skin. All configuration files have been migrated to XML. There are many bugfixes and minor improvements to the GUI and protocol.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the MSNP9 protocol (should work after October 15th), new options including "disable profiles", "application parameters", and "disable user custom fonts", a new skin "aMac" as an example to show skin support, nick truncation (truncated with "...") for long strings, and many bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: Support was added for the MSNP9 protocol, which should work after October 15. New options include the ability to disable profiles, application parameters, the ability to disable user custom fonts, and more. A new skin, called "aMac", was added as example to show skin support. Nick truncation is now done for long strings. Many bug fixes and improvements were made.
Release Notes: New and improved File Transfer support was implemented. HTTP Standard proxy support was added. New and animated smileys from MSN6 were added. The message prompt now features a shell-like history (CTRL+UP, CTRL+DOWN). Other new features include auto away states and messages, privacy settings (Accept/Block/Reject/Forward list control), detection of when someone is blocking you, and basic skins support. The profiles code was completely rewritten. Fixes were made in group management, and many other bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: New and improved file transfer support, HTTP Standard proxy support, new and animated smileys from MSN6, auto-away states and messages, encrypted passwords, privacy settings (Accept/Block/Reject/Forward list control), fixes in group management, and a new ability to detect when someone is blocking you.
Release Notes: This release has updated translations, encrypted passwords, and many important bugfixes.