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  •  26 Apr 2006 20:57
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    Release Notes: The OS X build has been fixed.

    •  18 Jul 2005 19:04
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      Release Notes: 64-bit environments are now supported, and an issue with the build system has been fixed.

      •  31 May 2005 20:27
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        Release Notes: This release provides further tweaks to the automatic display raising, better functionality in UTF-8 locales, and several bugfixes.

        •  07 May 2005 04:11
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          Release Notes: This release provides a fix for a security issue where an attacker could see another user's Viewglob display by being clever with ssh X forwarding. Also, the refocus/raise command has been tweaked to work more sensibly.

          •  25 Apr 2005 23:14
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            Release Notes: Multiple terminal tracking, remote shell functionality, filename masking, and a new display.

            •  17 Mar 2005 17:43
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              Release Notes: The Viewglob display was sometimes forgetting to convert filenames from their locale encoding to the encoding which GLib uses, resulting in frequent annoying error messages for people not using UTF-8. This has been fixed.

              •  08 Mar 2005 18:56
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                Release Notes: The display now understands the LS_COLORS environment variable used by GNU ls. Filenames can be colored (foreground and background), bolded, and underlined. The refocus algorithm has been tweaked to work more consistently in most window managers.

                •  06 Mar 2005 06:48
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                  Release Notes: There is a new shortcut, Ctrl-G <TAB> or Ctrl-G < ENTER>, to bring the focus back to the display and terminal when they get separated. Both windows will be brought to the front of the screen.

                  •  19 Nov 2004 18:58
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                    Release Notes: An option to increase/decrease the default font and icon sizes in the display has been added. Pseudo terminal code has been replaced, so compatibility should be improved in certain systems (Ctrl-C works fine in the BSDs now). There are several other minor bugfixes.

                    •  12 Oct 2004 17:31
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                      Release Notes: There is now an option to display listings in reverse order, such that the directory you reference most recently appears at the top of the display rather than the bottom. There is a also a middle ground option, where your current directory always appears at the top, but subsequently referenced directories appear in reverse (as described above).

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