Squiggle 2.7

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 6923
Change Set: 66487
Released: May 5, 2011
Updated: May 11, 2011 by hasankhan
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Application Squiggle-2.7 Client.zip
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Application Squiggle-2.7 Bridge.zip
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Application Squiggle-2.7 Multicast.zip
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Example Squiggle-2.7 Scripts.zip
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Release Notes

New features:
  • Option to hide offline contacts
  • Improved UI for settings dialog
  • Option to specify email in personal settings and to send email to contacts
  • New Compact view for contact list has been added
  • Drag-drop support for adding contacts to a conversation
  • Multiple contact selection for 'Send an instant message' option
  • UI improvements

Revisions:
  • Revision 1: Now a 32 bit application, fixed window placement issue and other bug fixes.
  • Revision 2: Fixed bug related to forgotten email address problem
  • Revision 3: Fixed bug causing empty login name to appear after signin
  • Revision 4: Fixed contact drag bug
  • Revision 5: Fixed bug in Multicast service causing it to stop working after sometime, fixed window positioning bugs, added clear history option

Reviews for this release

     
Have been looking for a simple messanger to be used within our offices. This fits the bill. I am no computer whizz but simple to install and get running. As the saying goes 'does what it says on the tin'
by BertyB on Jun 2, 2011 at 3:01 PM
     
We love Squiggle in our department. It's a simple application that lets us communicate quickly when we're on the phone. Email and other IM options could work for us but we'd rather not have our casual chat mixed in with the more professional communications. The freedom to install and run it without a server was a huge bonus and we look forward to using Squiggle for a long time.
by MIMP on May 23, 2011 at 5:09 PM
     
Nice work, but it lost it's multimon support. Cannot move windows to my second monitor anymore :(
by riddick on May 18, 2011 at 8:35 AM