It’s been 2 weeks since we released version 1.4. The response has been incredible. Now, hot on its heels, comes 1.4.1 with even more ducky goodness.
While the primary purpose of this update is to fix ICQ authentication, we stuck a few other goodies in there as well. (Did someone say ‘faster MSN file transfers’? ) We’ve upgraded from libpurple 2.6.6 to version 2.7.5 which brings with it the usual smörgåsbord of fixes and enhancements. For more details, you can read the release notes.
What’s up with ICQ?
For those that are unaware, ICQ is no longer owned by AOL. The breakage that users may have experienced was due to the change-over to the new authentication servers.
Users of Mac OS X 10.4 using Adium 1.3.10 can change the server setting to “login.icq.com” in the “Options” pane of their ICQ account’s settings.
SSL encryption is currently not supported server-side so we were forced to disable it in Adium 1.4.1.
Support and development
As always, if you find a bug or have a question, refer to the Help page. Please do not post it in the comments.
And if you’d like to help us out in any way, feel free to find out how you can contribute.
The next big issues on our list:
- fixing Facebook Chat support
- finding a solution to complaints about the changes made to the default message styles in 1.4