Release Notes: This release primarily fixes some annoyances. The biggest change is that the Windows client configuration settings will now save properly when not running as Administrator. A rare server crash has been fixed, and the database configuration module will now tolerate brief disconnects.
Release Notes: This release comes with a new overlay plugin, which will render the clients in your channel straight into the games that you play. The plugin support has been greatly expanded to support better plugins in the future.
Release Notes: This client-side only bugfix release fixes a few recently introduced problems. Most notably, a crash on exit in the Mac client was fixed, and the transmit status of new phantoms was fixed, and the audio event when a new person connects will now play.
Release Notes: This release fixes a critical bug that could have resulted in loss of configuration if the config file became too large.
Release Notes: The biggest change in this release is the ability to use a database to store the server configuration. Other things include ability to bind the server to a hostname, improved auto-reconnect feedback, and finer granularity of admin controls.
Release Notes: This is a bug fix release that most notably fixes a server crash when a client tries to page their own phantom. Additionally, opening URLs in the chat window has now been fixed.
Release Notes: This version primarily adds private messaging and phantoms (the ability to listen to and talk in multiple channels at once). It also includes support for clicking on URLs to connect to servers. The client has also been optimized to be much less CPU intensive.
Release Notes: VoiceChatter now supports the Mac PPC processor and OS X Tiger. A properties pane has been added to the main screen, which also allows new features like channel moderation and global client muting. A lot of minor but important polishing and fixes are also included.
Release Notes: The biggest few feature is initial plugin support, so 3rd parties can now create VC plugins. Also included are completely refactored network code, many small bugfixes, and better Linux and Mac support.
Release Notes: This release primarily adds a few community-suggested features, including binding the server to a specific network interface, specifying the server log file path, and optionally adding a system tray icon for the client.