Release Notes: This version is built with PDCurses 3.3, supports transparency with PDCurses for SDL, and pauses while doing ANSI animation.
Release Notes: This version was updated for PDCurses 3.0. Mouse support was added in OS/2 and DOS. The "Mouse" keyword was added to toggle mouse support. Display in UTF-8 terminals was improved. The documentation and makefile were cleaned up.
Release Notes: Support was added for Microsoft Visual C++, MinGW, and Open Watcom. The OS/2 port is now built with Watcom. The Win32 port is now built with MSVC. Starting and MMAIL directories are now searched for archivers and editors. zip and unzip were bundled with the Win32 port. Support for "GreekQWK" was added. Other minor stuff was done.
Release Notes: On opening and closing a packet, the appropriate screens are now shown automatically when possible, instead of being added to the bulletin list. The ANSI viewer now has limited support for AVATAR and BSAVE, plus some bugfixes. Information about the Door and BBS that generated the packet is now shown in the area list. The problem with missing tear lines in OPX mode has been fixed.
Release Notes: The temporary file system has been reworked, the ANSI viewer for Unix has been improved, and there are various minor cosmetic changes and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the first new version in quite some time, and includes a speculative fix for corrupted QWK replies and various minor updates.
Release Notes: This release has a filter function for all lists, a clock in the letter window, an "AT code" parser in ANSI viewer for PCBoard/Wildcat, a monochrome option in XT, DOS, Win32, and OS/2, and better SOUP mail parsing. The packet name is always visible.
Release Notes: This release has a QNX port, new address book functionality, better error reporting on failed uncompression, and fixed documentation.
Release Notes: Config file options can now be specified on the command line. Reply splitting in QWK has been fixed. There is better handling of corrupt QWK *.NDX files, better pathname handling, more portability, and miscellaneous fixes. Time stamping works in the Win32 port.