Haguichi 1.0.11 Released

Haguichi 1.0.11 just fell from the sky to bring you the following: Added support for the address format changes introduced in Hamachi version (Fixes bug #831922). Information dialog labels are now shown dimmed, colonless and right aligned. Added messagebar… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.0.9 Released

Haguichi 1.0.9 has arrived providing just a few minor updates. Most importantly this release fixes a crash that emerged on bleeding edge distro’s: Fixed crash on right click in the network list (Bug #755656). Kazakh and Russian translations updated. Other… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.0.8 Released

Haguichi 1.0.8 has been set free. Most notably, this release offers unintrusive messages that replace annoying dialogs. For details, here’s the official record: Replaced the following dialogs with messages in a message bar: Hamachi is not installed Hamachi is not… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.0.6 Released

Haguichi 1.0.6 knocked on the door slightly earlier than expected: Fixed mismatch between model and view when not showing offline members in the network list, which could result in crashes (Bug #723506). Now also collapsing or expanding networks after list… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.0.5 Released

Haguichi 1.0.5 has reached shore, bringing numerous refinements: Nickname is now being remembered by Haguichi itself and is always set after each login, because HamachiĀ² seems to suffer from amnesia. Now using regular expressions instead of splitting strings when parsing… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.0.4 Released

Haguichi 1.0.4 has arrived delivering a truckload of new stuff: Implemented persistent reconnect cycle (Fixes bug #685216). Added optional larger network list layout. Added option to show alternating row colors. Added expander with Hamachi output to error dialogs. Event notifications… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 0.9.1 Released

Haguichi 0.9.1 is out! Updates are: Complete translations for three new languages: French, German and Spanish. Haguichi is now able to automatically reconnect when the connection is lost. Haguichi now waits for an established internet connection before trying to connect,… Continue Reading →

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