Release Notes: This version features new graphics, the ability to double-click on the radar dish to bring up the xsetiathome executable, per-unit CPU time added to the tooltip and the graphical display, a configuration option to turn off the border drawn around the applet, and various bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the first release for GNOME 2.2. Improvements include greater control of the applet size, ability to specify that the applet only show the radar, and be of a certain size, a much better console (copy/save to file), and a new user druid.
Release Notes: This release includes code to detect first time SETI@Home users (and a GUI to deal with registration), as well as fixes for several minor bugs.
Release Notes: A real fix for the font bug.
Release Notes: This release fixes the two known remaining bugs from 0.3.3, namely, funny looking fonts on rh7 and a crash when starting and stoping the seti client.
Release Notes: This version fixes a potentially fatal memory leak, and includes many other smaller fixes. A 'clear' button has been added to the console to prevent another (known) long term memory leak.
Release Notes: Support for mouse scroll-wheels has been added to allow scrolling through the data presented in the applet. There is now a 'console' which displays the output from the seti@home client when started by the seti_applet.
Release Notes: Some extra state has been added to handle tiny (24 pixel) side panels. seti_applet now displays the applet as a small radar dish with only a tooltip to show the current unit and user status. Some compiler warnings have been fixed.
Release Notes: Now performs as expected within Gnome 1.2, i.e. pays attention to the panel sizes and resizes itself appropriately. Updated display within the applet to use GnomeCanvas rather than gtk widgets. Added graphical representation of best gaussian, best spike.
Release Notes: A new 'alert' feature, extra documentation on operation of the applet, and a 'help' menu entry on right click.