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Happy to finally announce the new stable release!

This release features compatibility fixes for the new Firefox 3, plus support for Safari 3 and Opera 9, as well as loads of other fixes and enhancements.

Everyone is strongly advised to update their installations of older Xinhas and HTMLArea 3's, to avoid severe problems with FF3


Hot off the SVN: Finally added support for Safari 3. Check out 0.95 Release Candidate 2

The next version provides a compatibility update for Firefox 3 and is scheduled for the beginning of march. Until then there is a Release Candidate version to be downloaded on the downloads page. Everyone who can spare the time, please update your installations and give us some feedback.

New release to be downloaded here:
Xinha Download

New release to be downloaded here:
Xinha Download

We're pleased to announce that the loads of bugfixes, updates, and improvements accumulated during the last month now found their way into a new beta-release of Xinha!
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New release with an incisive change
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Xinha has now a first release!
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Xinha now has a logo, go ahead and grab it.
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Time for another long overdue update. Lots of work is going into Xinha, many bugs fixed, improvements made, patches applied, translations updated and a lot of plugins added. We have several developers putting in great work, and still others helping out answering questions and solving problems in the forums with nothing less than fanatical dedication.

There is still quite a list of stuff to be done before V1.0 can be released, but only because I keep adding to the list. Xinha is for the most part "stable" in it's current state, lots of people are using it in production systems. I recommend using your favorite SVN client to do a checkout and keep yourself up to date.

If you're wanting to help we can always use your patches. Email james@… if you know a bit of javascript and are keen to help, if you're nice you'll even get subversion write access.

James Sleeman ("gogo")