Release Notes: A bug which occurred when opening existing playlists was fixed. An experimental socket API (similar to XMMS remote interface) was added. A bug was fixed to make sure the playlist always has the correct key.
Release Notes: Taskbar icons on windows were added. An option in ID3 tagging to zero pad track numbers was added. Handling of default ID3 tags during group editing was improved. The ID3 group editor layout was simplified. The moving folders error message was fixed. Errors in the ID3 tag editor were fixed. The error caused by removing a directory (node) from the tree was fixed. The improper handling localized characters was fixed.
Release Notes: Added custom genres capability was added. The ability to edit ID3V2 tags was added, including Unicode support. Album art is supported in the main GUI, including Google search. Native drag-n-drop is supported. Support for managing tracks on media players and other removable media devices was added. Named schemes were implemented for colors and fonts. A new and improved layout is used for the player, which can optionally hide labels. True gapless playback is supported for all file types. WinLIRC and LIRC are supported. The Web interfaces were improved.
Release Notes: metakit is now used for the database. MUI tweaks were made. The playlist can now display user-selected data. True gapless playback is supported for all file types. Track Ratings are supported, including setting, filtering, and sorting. Additional user selectable shuffle/sort options were added. The last play time is logged for the sorting options. WinLIRC and LIRC are supported. The Web interfaces were improved. A jukebox interface is now available to allow the user to queue tracks. Some ID3V2 tag reading limitations were corrected.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that fixes a problem when launching, the disabling of the UI when playing, the high CPU load on Windows, the silence which occurred when the program wasn't in focus on Windows, a problem with SnackAmp and LAN, and problem in which the autoplaylist directory defaulted to .snackamp on Windows.
Release Notes: The major changes for this release include both streaming client and streaming server capabilities. Both the streaming client and server support ice/streamcast-style metatags. Additional user enhancements are included. Standalone executables for Linux and Windows are included in addition to the the Tcl/Tk script sources.
Release Notes: This release includes speed improvements most noticeable for large file sets, an improved Web remote control interface with track searching and playlist alteration, usability enhancements including settings to alter the amount of information displayed on the player, some ID3 tag improvements, and the ability to split or combine files based on their name.
Release Notes: The standalone versions now run from folders containing spaces. Separate sound handles are used for pre-computing auto play levels, and levels can now be computed in the background. Tweaks were made to ID3 editing, name guessing, and validation, and gain and ID3 tag type columns were added to the auto playlist table. The auto-fade option was removed, prompting for cataloging removable media was improved, and a message is displayed in the browser when the remote control is disabled. A CDDB search button was added to the ID3 tag editor.
Release Notes: A couple of minor annoyances have been fixed.