Release Notes: This release primarily focuses on admin features and enhancements. The two biggest new features are the addition of registered users and groups and the addition of a remote admin interface that allows administration of a server without using the client.
Release Notes: The biggest change in this version is the ability to record conversations to a file. Some perceptual enhancements have been made to the starting and stopping of transmission for a cleaner sound. Many other smaller enhancements and fixes, along with a lot of real world testing, have been done.
Release Notes: New additions include IPv6 support, a native Linux daemon, and server configuration prompts to make first time server setup easier. A bug that could lead to frequent disconnects or connection rejects has been resolved. A few uncommon client crashes have been identified and fixed.
Release Notes: The biggest changes in this version revolve around quality. Audio input and output have been tweaked to sound much better at higher volumes, and there is now more control over volume levels. Annoying popup dialogs indicating audio device initialization failures have been removed. Text-to-speech has been improved/fixed on the Linux and Mac platforms.
Release Notes: There is a new connect screen, and the quick connect and clunky server list were removed. Input handling was improved, especially on Windows and Linux. Server list settings were moved to a new save file. So if you had any saved servers, they will go away after upgrading. Flood protection has been implemented for text chat, connections, and admin logins. Text-to-speech should now work on the Mac port. Improvements have been made to audio compatibility. It is now possible to connect to a server on startup using command line arguments.