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Friday, June 26, 2009

v2.0 Beta 15 released

A new beta version is now available. If you are already running a v2.0 beta, you can use the 'Check for Updates' feature to upgrade automatically, or you can download and install the new beta directly.

*NOTE* - this is beta software. The functionality, interface, and underlying protocol are all subject to change before the final release.

The Beta15 update contains the following changes:

  • fixed a bug when loading displays that didnt filter out abstract classes
  • now plays the selected sound when selecting the default notification sound
  • updated UI when installing new displays - now shows a notification using the new display upon successful install
  • application list and display list are now alphabetized
  • updated Firefox extension to replace eval() with JSON.parse()
  • updated Visual Studio add-in to add preference to only be notified of the result of the entire solution

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Thursday, June 11, 2009

v2.0 Beta 14 released

A new beta version is now available. If you are already running a v2.0 beta, you can use the 'Check for Updates' feature to upgrade automatically, or you can download and install the new beta directly.

*NOTE* - this is beta software. The functionality, interface, and underlying protocol are all subject to change before the final release.

The Beta14 update contains the following changes:

  • fixed a bug that caused the links on the About tab to lock up the app
  • updated Visor display to change colors based on Priority
  • fixed a bug that didnt properly handle Priority settings in UDP notifications
  • fixed a bug that crashed Growl if a duplicate password was added
  • fixed a bug that sometimes left sockets open in a FIN_WAIT state
  • lots of memory clean-up
  • updated Firefox, Thunderbird, and Songbird extensions to support UTF-8 characters properly
  • updated Firefox extension to allow Greasemonkey and page-level scripts to send notifications
  • released Pandora and Last.fm Greasemonkey scripts
  • lots of new displays

Any comments, suggestions, feedback, or bug reports are always welcome.

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