Release Notes: A small item of functionality was added to allow you to view extra thread and reply links for each comment.
Release Notes: A bug which meant that the CSS cookie didn't work properly in later versions of Perl was fixed. The icons were updated and an "Apply and return" button was added to the preferences page.
Release Notes: This release resolves a number of bugs and cleans up some of the formatting. In addition, the code was updated to support better error handling, time zone translations, and date formatting, new artwork, a better credits page, blocking of Web robots, a demo mode, a black colour scheme for reading in the dark, and better reading of truncated comments.
Release Notes: The code was updated to move many of the configuration options away from text files and onto the "Credits/Preferences" page. Additional preferences were added to control the way the pages look. A number of bugs were fixed relating to the way the comments and stories were rendered.
Release Notes: The code was completely overhauled to support the new Slashdot comment system. Stylesheets can now be applied on the fly to support different devices. Comments 1 below the threshold can be expanded with a new AJAX user interface. There is a new look and feel.
Release Notes: The code was updated to support the redesign of the Slashdot Web site.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed including an issue with comment thresholds not working as they should and hidden comments being truncated incorrectly. Some code was also cleaned up relating to the parsing of Slashdot HTML, and an additional debug option was added to aid resolving future HTML changes on the Slashdot Web site.
Release Notes: This release fixes an issue where a change to the way Slashdot rendered comment titles meant that AvantSlash didn't display any comments.
Release Notes: The code was updated to cope with the recent changes to the Slashdot site, and several bugs were fixed relating to the presentation of comments and error messages. New functionality was added to clean up the presentation of quoted messages and excessively long URLs that broke word-wrapping on Web browsers.
Release Notes: The code was updated so that the "idle" section can now be viewed (without displaying an error) and that iPhone and Blackberry users can read the content without holding their device sideways.