Mar 24, 2003 - New Release:
0.13.92 - "She said that MY DEAD CAT WAS STUPID."

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 perfect score on the Good Net-Keeping Seal of Approval evaluations.

About 0.13.92

This is the third beta of 0.14.0, which adds support for slrn/XNews scorefiles. It consists of a handful of bugfixes, and another stab at prettifying the scoring tools.

Changes since 0.13.91

New Features
Pan Team The header pane's column order is now customizable through the Preferences.

Petr Chloupek
Added a default character set to the Posting Profiles. The group's character set is now used exclusively for reading.
Torstein Sunde
The header pane's right-click popup menu now has watch thread/ignore thread buttons.
Pan Team Added more score filter options.

Bug Fixes
Bobby D. Bryant
Fixed 0.13.91 bug that caused custom header pane score colors to not be applied.
Ketil Thorsen
Fixed 0.13.91 bug that caused some installations to start up in Offline mode.
Fixed 0.13.90 bug that omitted some MIME headers in `show all headers' mode.
Fixed 0.13.90 bug that caused 8bit article headers to not be displayed.
Fixed 0.13.90 bug didn't treat a `\$' filter in the Scorefile correctly.
Ketil Thorsen
jpeg attachments are now displayed correctly with the Windows GTK Runtime and Pan Beta 8. Actually this is a GTK packaging fix, not a Pan fix...
Fixed long-standing bug that would corrupt the message when following up to an article that had 8bit headers.
Patrick Lamaiziere
Fixed bug that could corrupt the attribution line of a follow-up.
Patrick Lamaiziere
Fixed bug in the Profile Editor that corrupted fields containing high-ASCII.
Michael Waters
Fixed long-standing bug that prevented line wrap for working on yEncoded text attachments.
Gabriel Phoenix
Don't let Pan's config files get overwritten/trashed when the disk is full.
Torstein Sunde
Handle munged References headers better when checking for 'References header begins with'.
Jim Dutton
For portability, URL-encode illegal filesystem characters in the Message-ID-to-filename transform.
Frederik Vanrenterghem
Fix crash when user uses a symlink to move the article cache to a directory that doesn't exist.
Bruce Bowler
Prevent second and third browser windows from appearing when a user double-clicks on a URL.