Submitted by bpasero on Wed, 2006-03-08 23:11.
I wrote an article about RSSOwl for the popular german Java Magazin
. It was added to this months issue and the article is even featured on the front page.
More information is available here
Submitted by bpasero on Sun, 2006-02-05 12:41.
Now that Macs on Intel CPU are available, we plan to release upcoming RSSOwl 1.2.1 with universal binaries. So with that version all Mac users should be able to run RSSOwl both on Mac with Intel and PowerPC, using the same application bundle.
Submitted by bpasero on Thu, 2006-01-19 09:35.
Thanks to Anthony Green
, RSSOwl 1.2 is now part of Fedora Extras. Fedora Core is a linux distribution currently available as a test-version for the upcoming makjor release 5. Once FC 5 is out, I will post more details on how to obtain RSSOwl from Fedora Extras.
Submitted by bpasero on Fri, 2005-12-02 16:23.
Some users informed me about the fact that Kaspersky recently detects rssowl.exe as
Hoax.Win32.SpyWare. This is of course wrong and I already informed them. If you receive the same virus warning from any other anti-virus product, please leave a comment.
Update: The issue is resolved!
Submitted by bpasero on Wed, 2005-11-09 15:40.
Good news, the Mac version
was updated and should no longer crash when managing favorites.
The RPMs for Linux 32 and 64 Bit are released today as well, thanks Kay!
Submitted by bpasero on Sun, 2005-11-06 18:20.
The RSSOwl development team is happy to announce the next big step in RSSOwl's development.
some of the cool new features:
Download for: Windows
- Fully customizable Toolbar with new elements like 'History'
- New Search Scopes allow for more detailed searches
- Cool new look for the HTML Export of News
- Quick-Filter added to Preferences Dialog to quickly find settings
- Switch on 'Linked Mode' to update selection in your Favorites automatically
- Improved Feed-Search and Feed-Discovery
- Support for Atom 1.0 Format
- A lot of Bugfixes
| Linux 64Bit
Submitted by bpasero on Mon, 2005-10-17 12:26.
Just received an awesome illustration Metin Seven
has done for a dutch computer magazine:
Thanks for this cool Owl!