Release Notes: This release improved compatibility with 10.2 systems and fixed problems with MSN not being available on 10.2, Single Chat Window Mode being unavailable, zero height text entry areas, and Jabber buddies not showing as online. A Czech localization was added.
Release Notes: This release added tabbed window chatting with three different styles, styled text chats (with eight different styles), and Rendezvous service support for talking to iChat users on your network. Due to the advanced features included in this release, it will only work on Mac OS X 10.2 and above. Users of Mac OS X 10.1 should use the previous version.
Release Notes: This release addresses some common issues with 1.0.1 including blocking, stability issues with tooltips, email notifications, Jabber authentication, and Yahoo! non-buddies. It has a Czech localization.
Release Notes: Many changes were made.
Release Notes: This version features mainly bugfixes, most notably the connection issues with MSN, improves the chat window performance, and introduces new localizations for Spanish, Russian, and Danish.
Release Notes: This release includes new preferences and a new menu layout. Issues with updating the buddy list were fixed. Messages from users with '/' characters in their name are now properly logged. A bug that interfered with drag and drop of buddies and groups in the buddy window was fixed. The 'no send on Enter/Return' bug was fixed.
Release Notes: This release upgrades to libmsn 2.1, fixes some bugs regarding UTF-8 interpretation, fixes a crash when receiving Yahoo! messages, adds more smileys, and fixes a bug where the away message autoresponses would show the Mac OS X login name instead of the name associated with the chat window.
Release Notes: This version fixes some issues that were causing problems in the buddy windows. There is also a new Away message editor, as well as the option to use OS X 10.2's Brushed Metal skin, along with other minor additions and fixes.
Release Notes: This release corrects some issues with ICQ connections, crash and buffer overflow/stability problems with the MSN client, and some general usability bugs. The Yahoo client is now based on libyahoo2, the latest protocol.