Release Notes: This release focuses mainly on Mac OS X related fixes, but also adds beautiful new piece sets.
Release Notes: This release's highlights are better looking piece sets, better overall looks, and internationalization (although only English is currently available).
Release Notes: This release fixes several small bugs and improves the performance of console and board drawing.
Release Notes: This version features an SDI mode (with no background window), a new extension mechanism known as "actions", the ability to run as an applet, and many other UI improvements.
Release Notes: Bugfixes were made, and a few new look-and-feels were added.
Release Notes: New features include user-specified piece sets and board patterns, square coordinates (in 4 different flavors), dynamic clocks display modes, takeback buttons, a completely new board preferences user interface with a demo board, new board patterns, new piece sets (downloadable from the Web site), and a whole bunch of fixes and small improvements. This release also improves a lot on support for Mac OS X: there is now a native installer and support for the Mac OS X menubar.
Release Notes: All of the startup and plugin management code has been rewritten to allow easily adding 3rd party plugins and UI schemes.
Release Notes: This version is the first non-beta release.
Release Notes: bsetup mode on FICS was fixed. Several variants with nonstandard castling rules which were broken were fixed.
Release Notes: A few minor bugfixes were made. Atomic variant support for freechess.org was added.