Release Notes: Simple heuristics were added for disabling encryption. Availability messages and profile and away message retrieval were added. A workaround was made for empty hyperlinks sent by the official AIM client.
Release Notes: Preliminary support was added for having multiple clients connected to the same screen name on AIM. <br/> is now treated as a synonym for <br>. Your .naimrc can now use the modload command.
Release Notes: This is primarily a maintenance release, with proven features from the 0.12.0 experimental tree backported to the stable tree. However, a number of new features and behavior changes managed to creep in (such as /status and the HTML renderer changes). /names now displays the entire, correct list in all situations, including initial join. Messages that have been rejected by a protocol driver (for example because they are too long) are returned to the sender.
Release Notes: The AIM/TOC protocol name has been renamed to TOC, since it works for both AIM and ICQ. When a buddy has a realname (the third argument to /addbuddy), that will be used in query windows instead of their screen name. ^R and ^Y scroll back and forward now, for OS X Terminal.app users who have no PgUp/PgDown. "make install'' now installs symlinks for nirc, nicq, and nlily that all have different startup behaviours. There is a new $winlistheight to set the percentage of the screen height to use for the window list window. SIGHUP, SIGUSR1, and SIGUSR2 are now caught as pseudo-keys, handled by /bind.
Release Notes: High ASCII input will no longer cause the input handler to reset itself. Time zone information is exchanged during autopeer negotiation. The window list window now uses ASCII line drawing symbols. There are new $awaylog and $autosave options, both documented in the new /help system. People who are /ignore'd in private will be ignored in group chats as well. In AIM, oversized profiles will now be truncated, and a warning will be sent to the user.
Release Notes: Numerous small behavior corrections and bugfixes were made. Pervasive tab completion, completely invisible client capabilities negotiation, customizable alerts (with $chatter), and minor UI improvements were added.
Release Notes: F1 will now bring the status console down permanently, allowing you to keep your query windows from being cluttered with non-query command output, and also allowing you to scroll through it. A bug in the code that keeps /newconn from creating duplicate connections has been corrected.
Release Notes: IM window scrollback support, autohiding buddylist to allow IM windows to use the whole screen, input window inserts rather than overwrites, IRC support (use the naim.server directive in .faimrc), unrecognized /-commands are no longer passed to users, and CTCP support for IRC and AIM (using ECT).
Release Notes: Changes since 0.10.2 include a new configurable status bar to replace the old buddylist info block, improved input handling (including a bugfix allowing naim to work correctly in screen), a bugfix in FireTalk involving large server messages, and new default colors designed for optimal display in non-standard terminals.
Release Notes: This release includes a few minor tweaks and user suggested improvements, some new commands and .faimrc directives, and a few rewrites to compile in more diverse environments.