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  •  10 Jan 2009 01:32
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    Release Notes: Testing has gone into making sure that NetBSD and Fedora work. Even though libgnomeui was dropped as a dependency, it was not removed from configure.ac, meaning the program was still compiling against it until now. There is rsync functionality for updating most of the installed dictionaries. This is much easier on the servers than reinstalling the dictionary completely. An Italian localization has been added. The rest of the Settings dialog has been translated into Japanese.

    •  05 Dec 2008 19:50
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      Release Notes: Many usability tweaks and bugfixes went into this release. The goal was to make the results more readable. Under the hood, the build system has been massively revamped. The names it spits out are much more standard, and the program actually creates the RPMs from scratch instead of converting debs. Gconf schema installation is now done during installation instead of on the first run. This is part of the reason for redoing the install procedure and creating true RPMs.

      •  01 Dec 2008 10:24
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        Release Notes: gWaei no longer depends on the obsolete libgnomeui. A bug was fixed where gconf would be dereferenced too many times, making toggling the toolbar/changing font size impossible. The "And" and "Or" menuitems were added to the insert menu. The search engine has been tweaked some more to be more accurate on relevant results. The less relevant results separator was also added again. The internal locale is automatically set to Japanese, making the app run better. The kanji fonts are in sans serif like they are supposed to be, but were only for Japanese locales.

        •  30 Nov 2008 09:36
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          Release Notes: This release brings compatibility to locales other than Ja_JP.UTF-8. Particularly in C locales, the program had a tendency to crash. This hopefully fixes the last of the major bugs. Other major changes include Kanjipad integration. Clicking one of the kanji characters will automatically copy it into the search input bar. The install window now lets you choose different install sources than the default source. This makes it possible to save an edict file and install it without an Internet connection.

          •  26 Nov 2008 14:20
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            Release Notes: This release installs correctly on Ubuntu. Installation of icons was fixed. A crash when doing searching was fixed. A UI freeze when installing dicitonaries was fixed. The radical search tool can be enabled without restarting when it is installed. The Debian package properly installs now. The settings dialog would appear under the main window.

            •  24 Nov 2008 00:26
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              Release Notes: The build system now uses automake. There have also been a number of bugfixes (including crashers). The toolbar is now hidden by default. History search items now appear in the history menu. The "Most Relevant results" and "Other results" headers have been removed from the results pane. The results are still organized in that fashion, but they are now easier to read without the blaring red text. The search algorithm has been tweaked some more.

              •  18 Nov 2008 21:44
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                Release Notes: Searches are now about twice as fast. There is a new application icon. You can search for hiragana words in kanji searches now. The Japanese translation and template po are reworked. The save label has been changed to Append. gwaei can print multiple pages now, and it adds a bit of formatting to them. Help has been handed off to gnome_help. A kanji lookup won't halt your results pane search. There are middle term install states for the settings dialog. This release saves the font size. Ctrl-w now closes all windows.

                •  15 Nov 2008 21:46
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