Release Notes: New features include a tray popup that lets you know when new news has been downloaded, support for GZip compressed newsfeeds, a new powerful XML parser (Apache Xerces), and improved stability and performance. Stunning new artwork and icons together with 3 new languages (Chinese Traditional, Finnish, and Ukrainian) make this version a download-must.
Release Notes: This release uses drag and drop to manage favorites and categories in the favorites tree. Context menus are now accessible on the Mac using a mouse-click while pressing Ctrl. All loaded news are now stored in an offline archive. The tray icon now changes its image to indicate unread news is available. From the tray menu, it is now possible to mark all categories read and to reload all favorites. There are new feed validator that will validate a news feed and give out any errors to the user.
Release Notes: This version should be the last in the 0.7x series. The SWT library was updated to the latest version, allowing the use of the internal, Safari-based browser on Mac OS 10.3. A new status-line replaces the progress dialog that opened when loading a favorite. Categories and Favorites containing unread news will now change their icon, making it very easy to see when and where unread news items are available.
Release Notes: The bugs that were reported were fixed. The SWT library was updated to the latest version 3.0 M8. The new library allows minimization to the system-tray on Linux and improves the tabfolder. The internal browser was extended to handle blank links that will now open in a new tab of the tabfolder. A new column in the newsheader-table allows news to be sorted by read/unread status.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the Atom Syndication Format (0.3), auto-opening of newsfeeds on startup, customizable window layout, the ability to blog news with your favorite blogging tool, and more. RSSOwl now remembers which news the user has read, even after exiting and restarting the application. This allows easy selection of news which has not yet been read (indicated by a bold font). Solaris 8 users will now be able to use RSSOwl. Support for Chinese Simplified and Japanese has been added.
Release Notes: This is is a quick update of the existing 0.7b release. The application bundle should now be executable. Some execution bits were lost in the release-process. The preference dialog did not show its contents.
Release Notes: Many features have been added and bugs fixed. New features include an internal browser, AmphetaRate (rate news and receive personalized recommendations), an integrated RSS / RDF search engine, customizable hotkeys, new languages (Dutch, Greek, Russian, Portuguese, Bulgarian, and Norwegian), a large tutorial, and much more. The Windows version is now deployed with an installer.
Release Notes: Quite a few bugs were fixed and there are some new features, such as sorting news by title, author, and category. You may now select your favorite browser that RSSOwl should use to display the URLs from the news header. There is a new popup menu for the news text. Any URLs that are found in the text will be added to the popup, and opened in the browser after clicking on one. Danish and Italian translations have been added.
Release Notes: This release supports auto-update of RSS / RDF newsfeeds. The user may select to load a newsfeed on startup or set an update interval. Possible intervals are 1, 5, or 15 minutes and 1, 3, 12, or 24 hours. The selected feed (and any other feeds with an update interval set) will be updated in the given interval automatically. The user may set an individual text encoding (default UTF-8). Each newsfeed is read and written (if the user wants to save it locally) with the selected encoding. Spanish and Galician have been added.
Release Notes: This is the first release with compiled versions for Linux and Mac. The associated SWT libraries were also included. Please note that the Linux and Mac versions are considered alpha because the author cannot test them. The new features include the ability to export news to PDF and HTML, to import and export using the OPML format, and to open an entire category and aggregate all news into one tab. New search methods were added: case-sensitive, entire-word, and regular-expression match.