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  •  24 Jan 2013 14:03

Release Notes: This release added a ConfirmWhenUnsavedFiles patch, an album artist patch for Ogg and FLAC, an updated German translation, an optimized base 64 decoder for album art, and updated contributor credits.

  •  15 Jul 2008 13:16

Release Notes: This version adds shortcuts to the Desktop, Documents, Download, and Music directories. The process for saving multiples files was improved when an error occurs. Handling of the CDDB track list, problems with displaying pictures, and several crashes were fixed. The French, German, Polish, Swedish, and Japanese languages were updated.

  •  16 Oct 2007 05:28

Release Notes: This release improves the conversion in the "Process Fields" scanner to replace a string to another one and to uppercase Roman numerals. The number of lines in the log view can be limited to avoid slowing down the program when handling a lot of files. A problem with the "Encoded by" field in ID3v2.4 tags and various bugs in the cddb wibdow and the browser window were fixed. A new Serbiane translation was added. The French, Czech, German, Polish, and Swedish translations were updated.

  •  12 Jul 2007 07:09

Release Notes: This release adds autoscroll in log view and the ability to change the modification time of the parent directory of a file when updating a tag (which is useful with Amarok). A problem with displaying the title in the cddb window and a mistake in the configure script were fixed. Swedish documentation was added. The French, German, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, and Swedish translations were updated.

  •  09 May 2007 00:35

Release Notes: This release fixes the display of header information and the crash when writing tags of Ogg Vorbis files. The French, Italian, and Brazilian Portuguese translations were updated.

  •  26 Feb 2007 06:20

Release Notes: Some buttons were added in the toolbar. The decoding of Arabic characters was improved. Any APE tags in MP3 files are automatically removed. Various bugs were fixed. New French documentation was included. The French, German, Swedish, Brazilian, Czech, Italian, and Japanese translations were updated.

  •  11 Apr 2006 06:38

Release Notes: In this release, you can display all albums of an artist in the "Artist / Album" view. A protection was added when writting Unicode ID3 tags with a buggy version of id3lib. Various bugs with Ogg files, Flac files, MP3 files, the scanner, and the CDDB window were fixed. The French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Danish, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Spanish, Greek, and Russian translations were updated.

  •  15 Dec 2005 14:55

Release Notes: You can force the saving of tags even if no changes have been made (useful to quickly convert tag encoding). A switch was added in the configure script to disable id3lib. A bug when saving the file order setting was fixed. There are various fixes for the Windows version. The French, German, Spanish, Hungarian, and Czech translations were updated.

  •  30 Nov 2005 03:47

Release Notes: This release was ported to Win32 to compile under MinGW. The preferences window and the menu were cleaned up. Many bugs were fixed, including a crash in the browser at startup or in message boxes. A protection against corrupted MP3 files was added. The French, German, Czech, Danish, and Brazilian Portuguese translations were updated.

  •  11 Jul 2005 13:53

Release Notes: This release adds the ability to identify the picture type (front or back cover) when adding it to the ID3 tag. A lot of bugs were fixed, including the saving of a new path in the browser entry, a problem on Ogg Vorbis and FLAC files where the TRACKTOTAL field was saved several times, a problem when loading a picture with a file name containing characters not in UTF-8, and a problem with strings that didn't appear translated. This version contains an update for the French, Czech, Brazilian Portuguese, Hungarian, Italian, and German translations.

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