Release Notes: Major feature highlights of this release are desktop notifications (with full support of actions, icons, updates, append, and sound), a messaging menu and indicators (as provided by Ubuntu's Ayatana project), and working Twitter support with OAuth (basic auth was disabled by Twitter on 31th August). This version also fixes all bugs that were reported since the release of 0.7.2.2.
Release Notes: This bugfix-only release fixes a few annoying bugs, such as a crash when saving configuration changes with remote engines, a bug in the new markerline feature, a failure to match the message pattern field of filters, and the omission of IRCnet server in default settings.
Release Notes: Initial support for Twitter has been implemented. This will allow you to send and receive tweets to the Twitter microblogging service. It supports the friends timeline, replies view, and direct messages. Smuxi is now able to flawlessly handle network connections with high latency which are common with UMTS, WLAN, and busy DSL and cable lines. The IRC experience has been significantly improved. Smuxi will now send all unrecognized commands transparently to the IRC server and will show the reply directly to the user. In addition, this release contains many other enhancements and fixes.
Release Notes: The most notable change is the optimized nickname color feature, which has been redesigned to select colors which will look good on your screen. The algorithm is based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines published by the W3C. This feature is now enabled by default for new installations. Existing users are encouraged to visit the preferences to enable the feature. To assist in tracking your conversations, nicknames in your replies will now be colored too. The default font for Windows was changed from Monospace to FixedSys, which should give a much improved experience.
Release Notes: This release contains important changes for supporting Windows and Mac OS X, as it no longer requires the GNOME# library. The SSH support for the communication between the server and the frontend is now official, and has been integrated into the GUI. This means Smuxi can safely be used now with NAT and port-based firewalls.