Adium Updated to Version 1.0.5

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Date: Tuesday, July 10th, 2007, 08:55
Category: Software

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Adium, the open-source instant messaging client with support for multiple programs (including AOL Instant Messenger, ICQ, Jabber, MSN, Yahoo! Google Talk, Bonjour, etc.) has just been updated to version 1.0.5.
The new version, a 13.2 megabyte download, offers the following fixes and changes:
-Fixed inadvertent deletion of the chat transcript index after opening and closing the chat transcript viewer; this could lead to performing a full, slow re-index when next it was used (#7037).
-Fixed retrieval of user name and password for systemwide proxy settings when the proxy requires authentication. (#6998)
-Fixed display of the fingerprint when verifying an OTR fingerprint. (#7001)
-Fixed a potential crash when doing text-to-speech.
-Fixed a crash when selecting ‘undo’ after closing a message window.
-Fixed display of ICQ to ICQ messages when utilizing OTR (#6901).
-Fixed installation of AdiumLibpurplePlugins.
-Updated to libpurple 2.0.2 (from 2.0.0).
-Moving an ICQ buddy from one group to another no longer re-requests authorization from that person.
-Fixed SOCKS5 bug which caused Jabber file receiving to fail.
-Remove MSN’s random “Authorization Failed” dialogs.
-Fixed MSN to correctly detect incorrect passwords.
-Get User Info on MSN is now more reliable & accurate.
-Fixed for some QQ authentication problems.
-Prevent “Logged in:” times for AIM buddies being ridiculously high.
-Improve support for some non-Latin encodings over ICQ.
-Fix for buddy icons disappearing.
-Don’t escape html entities in Yahoo! system messages.
-Receives notifications when XMPP buddies send “leaving chat” messages.
-Fixed error messages when joining XMPP chats.
-File transfer progress for transfers on MSN is now correctly displayed.
-Fixed Open Hotmail Inbox for MSN to work more reliably.
-Google Talk accounts will not import buddies from your Gmail address book.
Adium 1.0.5 requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later to run and is available for free.
If you’ve tried the new version and have either positive or negative feedback about it, let us know.


adiumducky.gif
Adium, the open-source instant messaging client with support for multiple programs (including AOL Instant Messenger, ICQ, Jabber, MSN, Yahoo! Google Talk, Bonjour, etc.) has just been updated to version 1.0.5.
The new version, a 13.2 megabyte download, offers the following fixes and changes:
-Fixed inadvertent deletion of the chat transcript index after opening and closing the chat transcript viewer; this could lead to performing a full, slow re-index when next it was used (#7037).
-Fixed retrieval of user name and password for systemwide proxy settings when the proxy requires authentication. (#6998)
-Fixed display of the fingerprint when verifying an OTR fingerprint. (#7001)
-Fixed a potential crash when doing text-to-speech.
-Fixed a crash when selecting ‘undo’ after closing a message window.
-Fixed display of ICQ to ICQ messages when utilizing OTR (#6901).
-Fixed installation of AdiumLibpurplePlugins.
-Updated to libpurple 2.0.2 (from 2.0.0).
-Moving an ICQ buddy from one group to another no longer re-requests authorization from that person.
-Fixed SOCKS5 bug which caused Jabber file receiving to fail.
-Remove MSN’s random “Authorization Failed” dialogs.
-Fixed MSN to correctly detect incorrect passwords.
-Get User Info on MSN is now more reliable & accurate.
-Fixed for some QQ authentication problems.
-Prevent “Logged in:” times for AIM buddies being ridiculously high.
-Improve support for some non-Latin encodings over ICQ.
-Fix for buddy icons disappearing.
-Don’t escape html entities in Yahoo! system messages.
-Receives notifications when XMPP buddies send “leaving chat” messages.
-Fixed error messages when joining XMPP chats.
-File transfer progress for transfers on MSN is now correctly displayed.
-Fixed Open Hotmail Inbox for MSN to work more reliably.
-Google Talk accounts will not import buddies from your Gmail address book.
Adium 1.0.5 requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later to run and is available for free.
If you’ve tried the new version and have either positive or negative feedback about it, let us know.

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