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  •  10 Nov 2002 16:17
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    Release Notes: The settings dialog has been improved. A new View button in the File to fax dialog enables files to be viewed/checked before they are sent. Files in the Sent fax list and Received fax list are now viewed using a postscript viewer program.

    •  06 Apr 2002 14:31
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      Release Notes: This release adds some minor bugfixes. "configure" now checks for Gtk--1.2.5 or higher (note: the version of Gtk-- which comes with Redhat 7.2 is old, and should be upgraded).

      •  13 Jan 2002 22:43
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        Release Notes: This is a minor fix to enable it to compile with STLport (may also be required for gcc-3.*).

        •  16 Dec 2001 16:01
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          Release Notes: Minor improvements were made to the settings dialog. Some bugfixes were made.

          •  12 Dec 2001 01:12
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            Release Notes: Ability to change program settings via a settings dialog as an alternative to manually editing the configuration file, and various bugfixes.

            •  10 Nov 2001 16:09
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              Release Notes: This release adds a logging facility and better handling of stdout and stderr, permitting redirection.

              •  31 Oct 2001 20:29
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                Release Notes: Patch level a has an amended aclocal.m4, so that version 0.92 will configure/compile with Red Hat 7.1/7.2.

                •  27 Oct 2001 13:35
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                  Release Notes: This release provides sent faxes and received faxes lists which are automatically sorted chronologically. Sifting of efax messages displayed in the message window has been improved.

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