This is (supposed to be) a list of user-visible changes between versions.
-- changes in version 0.4.1 - 2002-04-07 23:50
* Added posting support! Currently quite basic, but useable. The Compose
menu will let you write a new article or reply to an existing. There's
a preferences 'tab' that lets you set the default name and address,
and the source of the default signature.
The compose windows lets you change write the article and change the
subject and from-address, as well as the list of groups the article
should be posted to. If you want to crosspost (note that this is often
considered bad style), write the group names separated by commas and
nothing else (no whitespace). When you click post the article will be
sent, and if it was sent succesfully the window will close. If you want
to save a copy of the article locally, you'll need to copy and paste the
text out of the window manually for now.
If an article could not be sent, the log window will probably have an
explanation. Note that GNUstep's NSTextView is quite slow, so when
responding to a long article it might take a long while for the compose
window to pop up.
Note that correct format=flowed handling requires a future version of
Pantomime, so the default posting method should be 'quoted-printable'
(unless you are _really_ sure that you know what you're doing).
* New key equivalents, 'alt-s' to save the current message and 'alt-F' to
* Basic support for decoding uuencoded parts of messages. Note that this
probably requires a future Pantomime version.
* There's optional support for MIME handling (ie. inline display of images,
html, rtf, etc.) using an not-yet released MIME handling library. If you're
brave and want to test it, contact me.
* The French and Spanish translations are still not up-to-date (and it's
still my fault).
-- changes in version 0.4.0 - 2002-03-25 01:15
* Added a French translation by St�phane Peron. Thanks!
* Added more read-ahead options to the preferences panel.
* Updated the documentation.
* Cleanups and bug fixes. Note that the French and Spanish translations are
not currently up-to-date (which is mostly my fault).
-- changes in version 0.3.9.4 (yet another test release) - 2002-03-11 02:50
* Added an Edit menu with a Copy entry.
-- changes in version 0.3.9.3 (yet another test release) - 2002-03-11 02:30
* Implemented a real preferences panel. Info->Preferences will bring it up.
There are currently 'tabs' for sources (basically the old preferences
panel), message viewing, and read-ahead. (Almost) all options can be
changed there, so there's no longer any need to mess around with default
keys. Hopefully the descriptions there will be enough to understand the
options. (If not, tell me what isn't clear and I'll do something about
* Fixed bugs.
-- changes in version 0.3.9.2 (yet another test release) - 2002-03-09 18:30
* Added a size limit for automatic downloading of messages. The defaults key
is 'AutoDownloadSizeLimit', and the default is 64kb. Messages larger than
this won't be downloaded automatically when you select them, but you can
still select download in the menu or click on the link in the message
if you want to download them. The size of the message will be displayed
* Fixed bug.
-- changes in version 0.3.9.1 (another test release) - 2002-03-09 15:00
* Intelligent scrolling. When you hit ' ' to scroll down, quoted sections,
blank lines and signatures will be automatically skipped. (This is
optional (just set the defaults key "IntelligentScroll" to NO), but I
find it very useful.) It should provide context for the part it skips to,
but if it isn't enough you can use 's' and 'x' to get more.
* Message rendering has been improved a lot. Headers and informative text
from LuserNET is written in dark blue. Red text among headers are
clickable. Normal message text is usually black, thought quoted parts
might be colored differently (the colors have also been adjusted to
Data in attachments can saved by clicking 'Save'. In 'multipart/alternative'
messages, you can click on the part you want to view (so you can view the
text/plain instead of text/html). text/* parts that couldn't be decoded
can be viewed as ascii text can be viewed as ASCII text (the ASCII text
might not match what the sender intended, but it'll often be close).
* Intelligent read-ahead. When it is active (defaults key 'ReadAhead',
defaults is YES), LuserNET will start background downloads of the next,
previous, next unread, and next-unread-past-this-thread messages. This
means that by the time you've finished reading, hitting 'n' or ' ' will
bring the next message up instantly.
The defaults key 'ReadAheadSizeLimit' has the maximum size of a message
that will be downloaded as read-ahead. The defaults value is 20kb.
* There's a menu entry for showing the raw source for a message.
* New headers will be parsed incrementally, instead of waiting until all
have been downloaded and parsing them in one go.
* Removed console version code from the released version. Still available
by request, if anyone's interested.
* Bug fixes. Optimizations. Cleanups. The usual.
-- changes in version 0.3.9 (test release) - 2002-03-04 02:50
* If a thread is really deep the thread depth gets display as a number.
* Headers will be parsed from the message's data if we didn't get them
* If a message doesn't have a source the 'no source'-message will let you
* Key navigation should work in most dialogs.
* Updated for new Pantomime changes. (Won't work with old versions.)
* Bug fixes. Meta header database is slightly incompatible at the moment.
-- changes in version 0.3.4 - 2002-02-26 13:00
* 's' and 'x' move up and down a small amount in the current message.
* Added a spanish translation contributed by Quique. Thanks!
* Message->Download will download a message. Usually messages are
downloaded automatically, but if there was an error you can use this
to force a new download attempt (useful when messages have arrived out
* 'Message->Switch font' will switch between the primary and secondary
font. The default keys MessageFont1 and MessageFont1Size specify the
primary font, and MessageFont2/... the secondary font. By default the
primary font is the normal user font and the secondary font is the
normal user fixed-pitch font. No GUI to change this yet...
* The defaults key ColorMessages controls whether messages are colored
or not. Default is to color, you can change it by running:
defaults write LuserNET ColorMessages NO
(or YES). No GUI for this yet...
* Removed yellow and green from the list of colors to use when coloring
messages since they were difficult to read on the white background.
* Fix some silly typos in the localization files. Start using make_strings
to keep them up-to-date.
* Fixed a bug that caused a 'FolderSortMode_(nil)' key to appear in the
defaults (it causes no harm, but it doesn't do anything and shouldn't be
* Disabled double-release checking. This increases performance a fair
amount (especially when parsing and coloring large messages).
-- changes in version 0.3.3 - 2002-02-23 23:50
* Messages can be saved from the menu. The raw data will be saved, including
* The date for messages is now parsed correctly and will be displayed
intelligently in the folder window.
* Messages can be arranged by thread, reverse-thread (newer threads above
older threads), arrival order and reverse arrival order. Thread-based
movement commands only work in normal thread mode currently.
* The command line configuration stuff is gone.
* The menus have been rearranged.
* 'P' will move to a message's parent.
* The program will remember which windows/folders you had open when you
exited the program and will open them again when you start it.
* Lots of minor fixed, cleanups and optimizations.
-- changes in version 0.3.2 - 2002-02-19 23:07
* Fix bug in handling 'A' in folder windows (it'd work but it'd beep anyway).
* Added localization support and a swedish translation.
* Menus have been rearranged and extended.
* Table column positions will be saved.
-- version 0.3.1 - 2002-02-19 01:54