I’ve added the AIM soundset and removed Aquatech soundset from the default build. You can download the Aquatech soundset here if you’re so inclined – a single double click will, as with the other Adium files, install it for you and you can then delete the original.
Archive for February, 2004
We’ve got a ‘Show offline contacts’ menu item in tomorrow’s binary … finally 😀
This means that it’s also safe to remove the contact list editor window. All your contact list editing should be done directly on the list. Now that we can see offline contacts this should work really nice. 🙂
I received my acceptance letter from University of Maryland today 😀 1 down, 7 to go! 🙂
Actually, that cosmetic issue with the contact list is pretty annoying.
I’ve pulled it again 🙂
Original binary for today was a bad crasher, there is now a working replacement.
Oops, forgot, if you want to try trepia out, my user id on it is
Feel free to ring me up if you get online.
When/if you create your trepia account on a wintendo, please set your icon and fill in your profile there. It should save it server side, or at least that is what I have found in my limited testing.
There is also an issue with it giving an error every once in a while. We are aware of this. It happens in gaim as well. It disconnects you if you use trepia via gaim, and also with adium. Adium luckily reconnects when it disconnects.
We’ve got a new service in our repertoire. 🙂 Trepia via libgaim is now available. You’ll need to make an account via the official client, which is windows-only, to use it… it works quite nicely, complete with buddy image support. Profiles aren’t in yet.
Note that Trepia is part of gaim CVS but not officially supported (it does not build by default with gaim installations, for example) and therefore may not be perfect. Cool stuff, though.
I touched more files than you with my huge optimization of the day! Hah! 🙂
[That’s my 47 files to Adam’s 42 files in a single commit, for those of you keeping score at home].