Release Notes: The dialog which pops up when a fax is received for sending from the print system can be used to send the fax, thus making sending faxes easier. There are other minor improvements and fixes.
Release Notes: A potential race condition which could be triggered by Linux kernel 2.6 has been fixed. Other minor fixes have been added.
Release Notes: The socket server does not now run in its own thread in order to meet the requirements for fork()ing in multi-threaded programs. There are various other code cleanups.
Release Notes: Some interface improvements were made, such as correct presentation of pop-up dialogs if the application is minimized. Bugfixes were also made.
Release Notes: This release changes the user interface for choosing the file to be faxed, fixes printing of faxes with CUPS 1.1.19 and above, and adds other minor bugfixes and changes.
Release Notes: UTF-8 conversion errors are now handled gracefully by reporting the error and proceeding as appropriately as possible, without terminating the program.
Release Notes: Bug fixes were made, including a fix for a potential file descriptor leak.
Release Notes: A socket server is provided, enabling the print system (particularly CUPS) to interface directly with efax-gtk.
Release Notes: The build system has been rewritten so that it now uses automake. A postscript printer driver file is provided to make it easier to print via CUPS. An issue with word wrapping in the main program text window (which shows progress in fax negotiations) is corrected.
Release Notes: A new dialog was added to handle the faxing of multiple files as a single fax.