New York, NY (PRWEB) March 3, 2008
FrostWire 4.13.5 is now available for MS Windows, Mac OSX and Linux. Major updates improve network bootstraping and peer discovery. 4.13.5 includes improvements on the Chatroom tab, Audio Previews and more.
Other improvements have taken place for the FrostWire build process (for developers this means true One-Step builds for all versions). Updates on translations have been made thanks to the feedback from users in Poland and throughout Latin America.
FrostWire 4.13.5 has been certified as 100% clean of spyware, adware or viruses by Softpedia.com
In more detail users can expect the following:
- Faster peer discovery on connection bootstraping. No more "Starting Connection…" problems, first time users will connect faster without using the official FixConnecting.zip patch.
- Smiley Support to the chatroom
Users can see the available smileys by entering the command "/smileys"
Now its possible to see and use Smileys from the Community Chat tab, Smiley display can be enabled or disabled from the view menu, users can also toggle Smiley display directly from the chat window by typing the command "/tsmileys"
- Fixed wording on Spanish and Polish translations.
Bug Fixes and other improvements for this release also include:
- FrostWire Message Update System improved. Per community request, some announcements will not be shown more than once so the user is not annoyed upon every application launch
- Fixed bugs on the media player and playlists on Preview.
- Fixed bug on search box auto-focusing while a search was running.
- Fixed i18n system error for systems which default language is not english
- Potential bugs related to deprecated code gone
Users can find now by details without the auto-focusing problem.
FrostWire 4.13.5 is expected to be the last of the 4.13.x series.
FrostWire, a Gnutella Peer-to-Peer client, is a collaborative effort from many Open Source and freelance developers located from all around the world. In late 2005, concerned developers of LimeWire's open source community announced the start of a new project fork "FrostWire" that would protect the developmental source code of the LimeWire client and any improvements to the Gnutella protocol design. The developers of FrostWire give high regard and respect to the GNU General Public License and consider it to be the ideal foundation of a creative and free enterprise market.