Release Notes: gettext is now used as the translation system. All character set issues in the binary distributions should be fixed. Transport integration was improved. Simplified Chinese and Portuguese translations were added.
Release Notes: This release contains a number of minor fixes, making the client even more pleasant. Along with a number of bugfixes, it includes an improved user interface with cleaner registration dialogs, undo/redo of text, close page buttons in tabs, collapsible tool bars (Mac), chasing arrows while waiting for something (Mac), and much more.
Release Notes: This release is a mix of new features and bugfixes. There should be some improvements in file transfers, better responsiveness, and compatibility with Pandion's old HTTP transport. There are a lot of minor enhancements and polish. Extended drag-and-drop capabilities: you can now also drag your contacts around in the roster to ease organization. A new XML console, better subscription handling, spell checking, and more.
Release Notes: The auto-away experience was improved, including an Apple laptop integration feature. Two more PEP XEPs were added: User Activity and User Nickname. JID Escaping is supported. A stream compression option was added in the interface. A major menu restructure was done. Grandmother proof strings were implemented, which allow for less jargon, easier language, and more consistency.
Release Notes: This release adds a roster search method, whiteboard code cleanup, user Geolocation support, ad-Hoc Commands support, proxy support for bytestreams, updated PEP and User Mood support, Md5 hash checks for file transfers, much faster roster population code, default Web browser and email client settings on Unix-like systems, automatic retrieval of the public Jabber servers list during account registration, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: New features include dynamic status menus, basic dialogs on Unix, an avatar settings button and menu, a file/import/emoticons menu command, a cleaner groupchat dialog with new methods to set subject and nickname, and collapsible and flexible toolbars. The chat subject is now set by pressing Return in the subject field. A user's name attribute can now be edited directly in situ (in roster). URI support was added for the KDE desktop environment. Support was added to handle xdata forms embedded in normal messages.
Release Notes: This release contains critical bugfixes of the VoIP part for Duo Cores. It also contains a large number of minor bugfixes and enhancements. As a few examples, there is an option to avoid saving the password when registering, the complete prefs folder can be stored on a removable drive (but not on Linux), and text searching may be done in history and chat dialogs.
Release Notes: This release requires no installation whatsoever under Linux x86, Windows, and Mac OS X. It includes a large number of bugfixes, increased stability, JID completion entry, and a setup assistant with a free servers info dialog.
Release Notes: The whole Jabber user interface is now concentrated into the combined roster/browse window, and it is possible to use it without having any whiteboard window open at all. There is support for the new MultiUserChat protocol for group chats, which is very flexible and a plugin structure for the whiteboard that allows developers to add importers for any MIME type that can be graphically represented.
Release Notes: This version includes undo and redo functions in the canvas, localization via message catalogs, a new directory structure for preferences and the inbox, a changed GUI for Jabber with persistent address fields, a new canvas file format, a debug console, and numerous rewrites and bugfixes.