KLibido is a Usenet (NNTP) file grabber for KDE. Among its features it includes a multi-tabbed graphical interface to display the article list, .nzb (newzbin) files download, automatic joining/decoding of articles, multiple server support, multiple download threads per server, and management of the download queue.
|Tags||Communications Usenet News|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release allows you to manually set column sizes, columns order, and sort order, and settings are remembered between sessions. Decoding of articles can be canceled and shows a progress percentage. A bug with the headers date which occurred when using localized distributions has been fixed. Window size is now remembered correctly even if the window has been maximized.
Release Notes: An out-of-space error when downloading newzbin files was fixed. Some compile fixes were made.
Release Notes: An option to delete old articles was added, along with two command-line options, a statusbar widget to show the aggregate server speed, a "window" menu to switch between open windows, and a context menu on tabs. A new thread to manage the download queue was implemented to improve the GUI responsiveness during downloading. A big memory leak and other smaller bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: In this release, the update speed of newsgroups was largely improved (about eight times faster than previous versions). Some bugs (including a couple of annoying decoding problems) were fixed.
Release Notes: A bug that prevented KLibido from working if there was no previous version installed was fixed.