Adium

Stop… Beta time!

Adium 1.1.4b is now up for your testing. This will be a great bug fix release for all Adium 1.x users, particularly those running Mac OS X 10.5 :) As always, please follow the Reporting Bugs guidelines to submit your thorough reports of any new issues with this build. Happy hunting!

9 Responses to “Stop… Beta time!”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I’m sadden that the ignore Expose feature was removed. Because of Spaces, is it gone for good or could there be some hackery in the future that’ll bring it back again?

    It was really handy to flick my mouse into the corner to activate Expose and quickly see who’s on.

  2. Montezume Says:

    Lovely, thanx :)

  3. Zac West Says:

    “It was really handy to flick my mouse into the corner to activate Expose and quickly see who’s on.”

    You can hide the contact list on a side of the screen for quick access to it. It’s not very likely the exposé hackery will return.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Can someone briefly explain this “ignore expose” problem/feature. I’m not sure I understand what the feature/problem was.

  5. Jonathan Says:

    It allowed the Adium window to not participate in Expose, so you could activate Expose to quickly uncover the Adium contact list. Then when you disabled Expose everything went back to where it was.

  6. Patrick Rodrigez Gonzalez Hernandez Martinez Says:

    holy crap this one is buggy.

  7. Olly Wright Says:

    Shame :( Using expose to show my contact list was one of my favourite ‘features’

  8. Mac Says:

    ahhh… I need this ignore Exposé feature ;)

  9. Marc Says:

    If anyone uses Coversutra, this application displays correctly on all spaces, and does not participate in expose except F11, which shows the desktop with the application stuck on it.
    Can this not be applied to adium?