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|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: Preliminary threading support. Customizable toolbars. Better spell checking in the compose window. This release remembers window size and position between sessions, supports the followup-To header, has auto spellcheck on by default, and integrates with Mail.app for email.
Release Notes: Most users will not notice much of a change, aside from the toolbar (whose icons are not final). However, since it has been heavily tested and is known to be very stable, users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. Most of the work done so far has been to meet the basic requirements of GNKSA.
Release Notes: This is another bugfix release for version .03. Hopefully, this has nailed down the big crashing bug that was causing problems with the last 3 releases.
Release Notes: This release includes KHTML rendering for messages with Webcore. It converts the NNTP library to Cocoa and Objective-C. It supports proper closing and hiding. It now features much nicer message display with HTML, and color highlighting of quoted messages. It fixes several NNTP bugs, which were causing segfaults. It adds a spell checker for composition, and an indicator of whether a message has been read.
Release Notes: This version includes several bugfixes and the implementation of features which were missing in the initial release, including proper reply (quotes) and posting (character limits), username/password authentication, more options in the preferences, and signatures.