Release Notes: This release adds support for the Lua scripting language. Lua itself is bundled with the binary packages. Some ready-to-use Lua scripts are included.
Release Notes: Avatarsay has a new settings submenu, and you can also save the settings. The file chooser and the pager have been improved. XBM files are supported. The window is no longer resizable. The build system was changed. There are new functions in the library to give the avatar a name, and a new navigation bar can be created.
Release Notes: There is a new "pager"-mode, i.e. a text viewer in which you can browse through text with the cursor keys or the mouse wheel. This pager is now also used for reading man pages. In the terminal mode you can now also use the mouse wheel for up/down cursor keys. There is also a new static library with several add-ons for C programs.
Release Notes: This release has support for different file formats for images (XPM) and audio-files (AU and raw). Colors can be defined with plain English names. There is a new default avatar. Entries in the file chooser are alphabetically sorted. The bug with the shadow color was fixed.
Release Notes: There are many new features, mainly for making demos. Demo scripts must be rewritten (sorry). You can bundle demo files with images and sounds in an archive file. There is a large new demo in the download area that shows more of what can be done with the software. There are also some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs and inconveniences and has some optimizations. There are also some improvements in usability. In particular, the menu and the file chooser are a little nicer now.
Release Notes: The terminal mode supports some more escape sequences, and the annoying line-editing bug was fixed. When you move the mouse over the menu, you get some visual feedback now. In the filechooser dialog, you can go back and forth.