Version 3.0.1- Jan
Fixed bug where you
couldn't quit without an error message in OS 9.2 with multi-users
SnapTalk now scans
the network when waking up from sleep (if it's been more than
SnapTalk will now
restart itself in some rare occasions where it's networking conections
get messed up.
Fixed bug where SnapTalk
wouldn't play system sounds if selected in prefs.
Fixed bug where a
"nilObject" error would be reported after clicking "Answer" in
the Quick-Reply alert if the While You Were Out feature was set
Messages to which
you Quick-Reply now also get archived if the archiving pref is
Messages to which
you Quick-Reply are also loaded into the SnapTalk window (unless
you are currently on a conversation and there are no free lines)
Fixed bug where messages
would arrive but be hidden in the other line.
Fixed bug where main
window gets corrupted after you return from changing the preferences.
You no longer need
to quit and re-launch the application after changing the port
The window size is
now correctly remembered between launches when QuickReplies are
AppleTalk is no longer
supported under OS 9 (use SnapTalk 2 if you need AppleTalk on
problems where messages are delayed or don't arrive until you
do a Network Scan.
Fixed several bugs
that could cause SnapTalk to crashes when quitting.
3.0- May 8, 2002
OS X Native!
SnapTalk now supports
TCP/IP for OS X and mixed OS X/OS 8-9 networks. AppleTalk is still
available for pure OS 8-9 networks.
You can now create
QuickReply sets and QuickReplies also appear on the main window
Line 1 & 2 buttons
and the HangUp button for simultaneous conversations
Transcripts can now
A "While You Were
Out" log to see who called when you were away
Save As and print
buttons on the main window
There is a new groups
pop-up for quick messages to multiple people
New message alert
window is now a "floating" window
AutoReplies are now
much easier to activate and customize
Menus have been rearranged
to be more logical
URL's in messages
are now hot-linked to open a web browser when doubled-clicked
There is now an option
to see a timestamp for every message
There is now a preference
to encrypt all messages
Now compresses all
attachments before sending for faster file transfers
Notes on Networking
- By default, SnapTalk
scans your local subnet with a UDP broadcast. If some of the SnapTalk
users you communicate with are not on your local subnet, then you
will need to add in their IP address range manually into the "TCP/IP
scanning list" in the "Networking" window.
- SnapTalk now uses port
3484. You must install SnapTalk 3.0.1 on all your machines, or,
if you still want to use SnapTalk 3.0 you must change the port number
to 3484 and then quit and relaunch SnapTalk.