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Haguichi 1.4.1 Released

Haguichi 1.4.1 has embarked on a great journey packing the following changes: Initialization is now completely multi-threaded. Now using a thread pool for determining network ownership and retreiving long nicks. Made improvements to configuring and restarting the Hamachi service (fixes… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.4.0 Released

Haguichi 1.4.0 has washed ashore carrying bulk of new features and updates: Implemented shortcuts window for GTK+ version 3.20 and later. Revamped preferences dialog using stack, list box and switch widgets. Integrated appindicator as build option and added accompanying switch… Continue Reading →

Haguichi Is Now Available on Elementary OS AppCenter

Christmas presents are early this year: Haguichi has been published on AppCenter! This means elementary OS users now have the pleasure to install Haguichi in a fast and simple way. By clicking the button below, for example. The version shipped… Continue Reading →

Introducing Haguichi Indicator for GNOME Shell

In the world of Ubuntu and many of it’s derivatives, Haguichi has been providing an application indicator ever since version 1.0.7. These type of indicators are unfortunately not supported in GNOME Shell (at least not without some help). Therefore, I’m… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.0.7 Released

Haguichi 1.0.7 has landed providing the option to replace the status icon with an appindicator. Full checklist: Added support for communicating with Haguichi AppIndicator over D-Bus. Now showing the active session when a new session is started. Added dependency on… Continue Reading →

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