Happy holidays to everyone, this is my belated present to you all: Twitterlicious 2.3.
I know you’ve all been experiencing problems with using Twitterlicious recently due to a breaking API change. I was originally going to release a Microsoft style hotfix which just fixed that issue in the current version, but I couldn’t resist bundling in a few more features which I’ve been beta testing recently.
Changes in version 2.3:
- Fixed 417 Bug — of course, the 417 Expect Header issue is solved in this.
- Auto Updating — Twitterlicious can now automatically update itself, without you having to download a new version from Ejecutive every time. This is using the free version of AppLife Update which I’ve extended myself to get some functionality of the paid versions. If there’s enough interest in this then I might publish what I’ve got.
- Full Object Storage Model — Twitterlicious can now store it’s current tweets list on your hard drive, so the next time you start up Twitterlicious it can restore exactly what you had before, making it quite a bit quicker. I’m still debating whether to cache profile images to make this even quicker, something which may appear in the next version.
- Fixed Proxy Bug — in which certain situations Twitterlicious wouldn’t use the one specified by the user.
- Improved Status Update — now immediately inserts the tweet the user has just entered.
- 32-bit only — because of a limitation in the new auto updating feature, I can only release one version of Twitterlicious at a time. Sorry to all you x64 folks, I hope to have this one back ASAP.
Get it from the usual place.