Release Notes: This release adds Japanese and Greek translations, new icons and logo, and fixes a build error on Ubuntu Raring and other small issues.
Release Notes: This release adds new drag&drop sound feedback and an integrated update checking feature, provides updated translations, and fixes several issues.
Release Notes: This release adds new translations (Russian and Portuguese) and fixes minor issues.
Release Notes: This release fixes an important defect which made the program crash and some other bugs. It also makes configuration dialogues non-modal.
Release Notes: This release adds middle click support and fixes some minor issues.
Release Notes: This release adds automated face localization based on haar-like cascade. It adds a hotkey manager that provides fast access to common actions such as enable/disable pointer motion, pointer centering, etc. (GNU/Linux only). Click Window has been improved (GNU/Linux only). An option has been added that allows the pointer to wrap around the work space.
Release Notes: This release adds a Hebrew translation and updates the Italian translation. It has code refactoring and cleanup. It fixes a memory leak when opening help, a bug that froze capture on Debian Lenny when reading keyboard status, a broken link in Catalan help, a compilation error on 64-bit platforms, and a bug that asked for confirmation on close twice.
Release Notes: This release adds wxWidgets message catalog files for Windows. It adds wx2.6-i18n | wx2.8-i18n as recommended dependencies on Debian/control. Updated translations: Galego, German, and French. Documentation translations to Galego and German have been added. Bug 3095560 (eViacam doesn't start under Ubuntu 10.10) has been closed.
Release Notes: A new capture layer for Linux platforms and a camera controls dialog were added. A configuration wizard was added. Documentation was added. A new assisted pointer speed calibration method was added. A new gesture based click generation method was added (for Linux). Visual feedback during pointer actions was added (for Linux). Problems were fixed in which some Web cameras were not working properly under Linux, too many cameras were listed, and a segmentation fault would occur with opencv 2.1. A better camera layer was added. Click countdown is now shown.