But RSSOwl 1.1.1 is not only fixing a lot of bugs, it is also bringing back the usefull ToolBar in the Favorites Tree to perform some global actions like "Reload All Favorites" or "Mark all Favorites Read".
- RSSOwl is now fully supporting NTLM-based Authentication
- Solaris release is no longer using old Motif, but state-of-the-art GTK2
- Various Performance Improvements
- New language Thai added
Update: Thanks to Kay, the RPMs are now online as well.
May the Owl be with you,
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Just wanted to give some information about upcoming RSSOwl 1.1.1. The release aims to be a bugfix release with the exception that the ToolBar above the tree will be back in place. Thanks for all the feedback on this issue.
I am planning to release 1.1.1 directly after Milestone 7 of SWT, which is dated on middle of May. Currently the SWT Team is fixing a lot of bugs. Some of these are also very important for RSSOwl.
Yesterday I arrived in Zurich (Swiss) to start my 4 months internship.
RSSOwl development will not stop, but either not continue at the current speed. I already opened RSSOwl 1.1.1 in CVS, but it will not contain new features. It is intended as maintenance release to 1.1 and should get released in some weeks.
People interested in the changes, please checkout via CVS and compile it from the sources.
After three months of development, the next major version of RSSOwl is available.
Some of the new, stunning features include:
- A ToolBar that contains most common actions like "Goto next unread News" or "Mark All Read"
- The new Quicksearch allows to search inside a Newsfeed while typing
- Import Blogrolls from popular services like Bloglines and synchronize the list of Newsfeeds
- Popup Blocker for the Internal Browser
- Usage of Apache's HttpClient allows to access Newsfeeds that are protected with Basic or Digest authentification
- Added new language Hungarian, thanks to Balázs
- A lot of Usability and Interface Improvements
- A lot of Bugfixes including Performance and Memory-Consumption Tuning