KDX is a powerful cross-platform BBS-style encrypted Internet communications system that provides messaging, news, file and folder transfer, voice chat (Internet Telephone), text chat, remote access, trackers, and more. It uses strong encryption to protect communications for security and privacy. It is useful for groups that need to collaborate on a project via the Internet. It is also very useful for remote administration of a computer. It uses a client/server architecture.
|Tags||Communications BBS Chat IRC Conferencing File Sharing Internet Phone Telephony Internet FTP Office/Business groupware Security Cryptography|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Mac OS X Windows Windows Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: In this release, copy and paste of images is implemented, so you can now paste your user icon in Settings. URL opening was implemented (second-click on a URL in selectable text), using the KDE /usr/bin/kfmclient program. The ability to show a file/folder in the KDE file manager was implemented. Detection of double-clicks was fixed. The command-line options --rwofc (Raise Window On Frame Click) and --rwocc (Raise Window On Content Click) were implemented.
Release Notes: An error which occurred when uploading was fixed. A problem with copying and pasting Unicode text was fixed. A problem with international keyboard layouts was fixed. A problem with "dead" keys (diacritical keys) was fixed. A problem with the enter key was fixed. A problem of popup menus appearing underneath the dock was fixed. The Mini-Monitor (turn on/off in Settings) was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes an incompatibility with KDE's window manager, implements a clipboard, and now appears in the dock at the bottom of the screen.
No changes have been submitted for this release.