Adium 1.2.2

News flash! Minor release of Adium with a major number of bug fixes! Grab it while supplies last!

Adium 1.2.2 is now available. It fixes a variety of bugs and crashes and is a recommended download for all Mac OS X 10.4 or later folk. Check the version history for the details.

Don’t forget to read Contributing to Adium to learn how you can submit patches and code, help hunt down bugs, and donate to support the project!

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13 Responses to “Adium 1.2.2”

  1. nate Says:

    1.2 was unstable for me
    1.2.1 was more unstable
    1.2.2 is even more so!

    is there an older version i can roll back to? :\

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Thank You!

  3. Kevin Says:

    works fine for me so far! always happy to receive updates, particularly ones that bring video conferencing. can’t wait!

  4. Guillaume Says:

    The very annoying bug #1156 ( just moved to another milestone without a word, I really hope it will be fixed, as before it was a minor bug but now with Spaces it shows all the time. Just can’t help groaning while contact infos pops up when I’m looking a video file.

    Any infos about Adium 2 ?

    And thank you for adium, it’s just fantastic 🙂

  5. Evan Schoenberg Says:

    nate, please see and submit a report.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    WHat no support for msn personal messages yet!?

  7. Jerry Says:

    I cant connect to ICQ server. I always get a password incorrect message, but the password is ok, 100%.

  8. Andre Reis Says:

    They say it’s libpurple’s fault, that they’re waiting on them.

    It’s a pity that MSN personal messages seem such a low priority issue.

  9. claco Says:

    Yeah, I have to rollback myself. Yahoo logins are broken for any login that has @ in it (like the ATT/SBC logins I keeps popping up the password dialog.

  10. Peter Hosey Says:

    andre reis: We don’t work on protocol code; most of us have no clue about details of any of the protocols. That’s what libpurple is for; it allows us to work on the front end, which is Adium.

    MSN personal messages will arrive when Libpurple supports the newer version of the MSN protocol. We tried enabling that support once, but it was buggy. When it’s fixed up, then we’ll ship it.

  11. Peter Hosey Says:

    claco: We believe we’ve identified the problem. I’ve already committed a potential fix, but we haven’t tested it yet.

  12. Tony Says:

    GTalk keeps disconnecting with a “read error” message, although I can use other jabber services so I filed a bug:

  13. Anonymous Says:

    Evan Schoenberg is a gorgeous man who deserves a seven digit salary for just being alive. I use a picture of Evan Dreskin Schoenberg as my desktop background.