Release Notes: This release adds a workaround for systems with a broken BLT, which could cause a segfault when trying to open a dialog window.
Release Notes: A bug that caused PhonoRipper to crash on program start when the audio device was blocked by another process was fixed.
Release Notes: The automatic call to "cdrdao scanbus" on program startup can now be disabled and the CD writer device can be configured manually, so PhonoRipper can be effectively used on systems where cdrdao uses a buggy libscg that breaks the scanbus functionality.
Release Notes: The mixer interface was completely redesigned, and a "Mute" switch per mixer track and a configuration option to hide selected mixer tracks from the screen were added. Besides this, a few cosmetic changes have taken place, and the HTML documentation and German translation were updated.
Release Notes: A simple WYSIWYG CD cover editor has been added. CD text data or custom text, as well as user-defined background colors or images, can be put on single- or double-sided "booklets" and jewel case inlays and be sent directly to the printer or stored in a Postscript file.
Release Notes: Phonoripper now parses the output of "cdrdao scanbus -v 0" in order to detect CD devices instead of searching the /proc filesystem, which fixes a crash when running Phonoripper with newer kernel versions.
Release Notes: A bug that stopped normalize from working with filenames containing whitespace and a number of less important bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed, the most important of which could have caused a crash at program startup (which has been reported on Fedora core 6).
Release Notes: A crash when trying to open a non-existent audio device and some oddities in the behavior of the waveform widget were fixed.
Release Notes: The xmcd files downloaded from the CDDB server are now stored in a local CD database directory to avoid multiple downloads of the same files. This local CD database can be shared with xmcd or other CD player software.