Version 0.7.5 of SvOlli's Little Audio Related Thingies

Release Notes: This release only contains some minor bugfixes and a few visual changes.

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    •  15 Nov 2010 01:18

    Release Notes: A new build system has been implemented for easier cross-compiling. The interprocess communication bus has been changed from UDP to TCP. Large parts of the CD ripper ("Stripped") have been rewritten for multi-threading, and the encoders are now provided via plugins. A new application ("Notorious") for installing and browsing a local copy of has been added. The player ("Partyman") can now add new tracks to playlist from the command line even it isn't running. Most applications are now more drag'n'drop-aware and will quit if another instance is running.

    •  20 Dec 2009 00:36

      Release Notes: This release only contains some minor bugfixes and a few visual changes.

      •  12 Jul 2009 17:54

        Release Notes: Qt Style Sheet support has been added: now you can change the look and feel of the application in a rather simple way, similar to the Cascating Style Sheets of HTML. Partyman's next button will now lock if skipping is not possible, "remembering" to skip as soon as possible. The handling of the command line options has been rewritten completely. During installation, application menu entries will now be created. Some small bugs have been fixed.

        •  20 Apr 2009 16:47

          Release Notes: The main focus is on Funkytown: the whole parsing engine has been rewritten from scratch, and it will now download MP3s displayed in the current MySpace player. The tabs of Partyman can now be selected by pressing the F-keys.

          •  28 Mar 2009 22:05

            Release Notes: The mouse wheel can now be used for fast forward and rewind. A kiosk mode was added. A bug where umlauts as parameters did not work was fixed.


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