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  •  07 Mar 2010 22:15
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    Release Notes: This release fixes a crash caused by ID3V2 frames of invalid size. It fixes a crash that occurred when the backup directory couldn't be created.

    •  29 Jan 2010 10:58
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      Release Notes: This release fixes the crash reported in issue #46. GEOB frames in ID3V2 could cause a crash if they contained UTF-16 strings and the user tried to go to "Tag details".

      •  12 Jan 2010 11:32
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        Release Notes: This release fixes three crashes that shouldn't matter to most users. The most serious is triggered by trying to repair broken ID3v2 tags that contain images. Other crashes occurred when changing file names manually in the file renamer when no pattern was defined, and saving tag information for files that contain an ID3v2.4.0 tag that has a rarely used format and contains a frame ending with a specific value.

        •  11 Dec 2009 15:11
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          Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, addressing 2 crashes that most users probably don't care about. The tag editor could throw an assertion failure if the cover art was using a GIF or BMP image, but only for some combinations of versions of Qt and operating system. The program couldn't be run from Qt 4.6.

          •  29 Nov 2009 17:35
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            Release Notes: While very similar to the previous version, the program was moved out of beta. A small new feature allows images to be copied to the clipboard.

            •  08 Nov 2009 11:19
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              Release Notes: The project has switched to new repositories for Linux, which should support more Linux versions, including this fall's versions of Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, Mandriva, and Fedora. A crash was fixed in the folder filter. A bug was fixed that caused non-normalized files having any TXXX frame to appear normalized. Some rarely used options in text frames in ID3V2 are now supported.

              •  27 Oct 2009 13:31
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                Release Notes: Empty text frames in ID3V2 no longer crash the program. A "Simple view" option was added and made default in the file configuration tab. A new download option was added for generic Linux binaries that are supposed to be distribution-independent, being able to run in most systems.

                •  20 Oct 2009 21:54
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                  Release Notes: Three bugs that could result in crashes were fixed. Support was added for more ID3V2.4.0 formats. When downloading data from Discogs, it is now possible to use "styles" to populate the Genre field. The tag editor has a new button that allows case changes (lowercase, uppercase, etc.) to be made to some fields. It is possible to change a file name manually in the file renamer. A "Suggested usage" page has been added to the documentation.

                  •  09 Oct 2009 07:33
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                    Release Notes: The documentation has been brought up to date, including the screenshots. ReplayGain is better supported, because an additional format is recognized now. Several bugs that could cause crashes were fixed. The export functionality has been improved: it allows a locale to be specified when saving to .m3u; the XML format now works OK when names contain double quotes.

                    •  01 Oct 2009 05:53
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                      Release Notes: "Various Artists" support was added. "Tag details" was restructured and now shows all of the pictures from a file and allows them to be viewed at full size. The tag editor now uses all of the pictures from a file. A button was added for performing exports to M3U or XML.

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