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Release Notes: This release can copy or move news into bins, create keyword subscriptions (e.g. del.icio.us), and display all feeds of a folder at once. Undo/redo are now available for most operations. This release has improved performance and reduced memory consumption. More than 80 bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release is shipped as universal binary, allowing you to run it on both Mac PPC and Mac Intel. New features include reordering of tabs with drag and drop, an improved look and feel on Mac OS, and a lot of usability enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: A fully customizable toolbar with new elements like 'History'. New search scopes allow for more detailed searches. A new look for the HTML export of news. Quick-Filter has been added to the preferences dialog to quickly find settings. Switch on 'Linked Mode' to update selection in your Favorites automatically. Improved feed search and feed discovery. Support for the Atom 1.0 format. A lot of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version is close to what is desired for 1.2. Favorites now show the number of unread news items next to their name. The GUI library SWT was updated to version 3.1 final and HttpClient was updated to 3.0 RC3. The tutorial was updated and cleaned up. A lot of corrections were made.
Release Notes: This release features a toolbar that contains most common actions like "Go to next unread news item" or "Mark all read". The new quick search feature allows users to search inside a news feed while typing. The ability to import blogrolls from popular services like Bloglines and the ability to synchronize the list of news feeds were added. There is a popup blocker for the internal browser. The use of Apache's HttpClient now allows users to access news feeds that are protected with Basic or Digest authentication. A lot of usability and interface improvements and a lot of bugfixes were included.
Release Notes: A lot of changes and countless bugfixes made it into this release. The overall UI was improved and the menu structure updated. The new menus "Edit" and "Favorites" cover common actions like "Reload All Favorites" or "Search in all Favorites". A new button top-right inside the tabfolder allows you to quickly maximize and restore the tabfolder. It's now possible to read a news feed in PDF, RTF, or HTML with a single click. Press Ctrl+1 to generate a PDF and open it, or use Ctrl+3 to generate an HTML page and display it using the internal browser.
Release Notes: The updated SWT version now allows Mozilla 1.7 to be used as the internal browser. Some other browser-related bugs were fixed in the SWT version. The layout of generated PDF/RTF/HTML documents has been improved. For instance, PDF documents now show an outline with titles of all news as chapters. Not only the newstext, but also the publish date, author, and the newsfeed site are now exported to the document. A new dialog to discover newsfeeds on a Web site was implemented.
Release Notes: Loading any number of feeds and aggregations now runs completely in the background, allowing you to open feeds while a loading is running. This not only removes the annoying "Please wait..." dialog, but also improves the performance when loading aggregations. A comparison of time it takes loading the 130 sample favorites resulted in 14.5 seconds for RSSOwl 0.82b and 90.5 seconds for earlier versions. A lot of bugs have been fixed.
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.