The beta of Adium 1.2 is available. We’ve gone through several beta iterations already, and release shouldn’t be too far off. Please report thoroughly any regressions you find in your testing. Enjoy!
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The updated MSN code was delayed until a future release of libpurple. It had a few problematic bugs and we didn’t feel holding the release of 1.2 was necessary. Adium-side, all of the code is ready for the updated MSN, we just need to wait for libpurple to release it.
Why don’t you make something to let us chat while we are invible or chat with invisible or not connected contacts? Why can’t we see the personal message of MSN of my contacts? And finally, where are saved the conversations with my contacts? I would like to know in which folder they are in order to save them in my external Hard Drive. Thank you!
your conversations are in /Users/YourUser/Library/Application Support/Adium 2.0/
If you are missing a feature in Adium, consider adding it yourself, or using the donate-button – probably a donating or a contribution would motivate the developers (they are spending there free time here) much more than asking again and again for this and that feature…
Sorry, you are right anonymous, but asking for the features was a way of telling them in which ways they can improve Adium and make it better than MSN Messenger for Windows (which I still prefer), above all because most of people use an account of Messenger and introducing its features would be a right way to take.
Anyway, thank you for your answer and thanks to the developpers of Adium!
PD: I didn’t find the conversations in that foder.
it WOULD be extremely helpful if adium allowed users to chat as “invisible”, mainly because no other IM program for Macs has this function. Including a Personal Message would also be attractive for users who are used to having MSN