November 7, 2002 - New Release:
0.13.2 "I wwwondeling why alla boppah ferra pushing in?"
What is Pan?
Pan is a newsreader which attempts to be pleasing to both
new and experienced users. In addition to the standard newsreader
features, Pan also supports yEnc,
offline newsreading, article filtering, multiple connections,
and more features for power users
and alt.binaries fans.
It's also the only Unix newsreader to get a
on the Good Net-Keeping Seal of Approval
This release adds some small speedups, bugfixes, and usability tweaks,
including i18n, FreeBSD fixes, and URL parsing.
Changes since 0.13.1
|Make the URL highlighter understand "<URL:...>" syntax.
|Changed the default date format to '%x %X' -- a locale-specific time/date representation -- for non-US users.
|Sped up the "expand all selected threads" command
|Changed pan.desktop.in's desktop name and comment to fit the Gnome Human Interface Guidelines.
||Added the ability to scroll through the article body via via cursor keys.
Before, one would move an invisible cursor through the text window,
which would eventually scroll a line.
||Made ~/.pan/config.xml slightly more human-readable.
||Fixed a nasty little memory corruption bug in Pan's status bars.
|Fixed FreeBSD problem where Pan could only load the first group.
|Fix 0.13.1 bug that crashed Pan when it encountered user-defined filters whose names included underscores.
|Fix large 0.13.1 memory leak in the Task Manager.
||Fix 0.12.0 bug that jumped to the bottom of the article body when reading in a tabbed layout.
|Fixed "Save As" dialog bug that didn't show the group's download directory if it had been set.
|Fixed bug that posted to the wrong server if the active server was switched while composing a new message.
||64bit cleanliness GMime changes.