Release Notes: This will be the last major release for the 1.x series. The most significant change is support for localization. A German translation has already been added. A help menu was added, though unfortunately it is only available in English at the moment. Many small improvements have also been included.
Release Notes: This is a minor release, however users of software auto are strongly encouraged to upgrade (two bug fixes are related to software auto). In addition to bugfixes, quick load menus for profiles were added: one on the main menu and another as a context menu when minimized to tray.
Release Notes: This is a major feature release and is a direct result of the solid framework built into the previous releases. It includes a new preference panel that allows you to set some basic environment settings, name fans and temperatures, set startup and shutdown profiles, and use custom themes. If you know how to write custom stylesheets for the Web, then creating your own custom themes will be familiar.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. Due to the nature of some of the bugs, it is highly recommended that all users upgrade to this version if they are using version 1.2.0. Stability and usability have been improved. The internal state of Phoebetria is now reset after the system goes through a sleep/wake cycle. Occasional 'freezing' of the UI has been addressed. Software auto has been improved. Phoebetria can once again work correctly with the OEM software still running.
Release Notes: This is the first non-beta release. Software auto was added. This feature takes the Recon's auto mode a step further by allowing you to setup your own fan curves. Profiles are now saved in a SQLite database rather than .ini files for greater flexibility. The first time you launch this version, your old profiles will be imported automatically.
Release Notes: Although a "point release", many changes have occurred. From a user perspective, the GUI is more responsive and polished, and many bugs have been fixed. When setting a manual RPM using the RPM sliders, the sliders now 'lock' to the user-defined RPM; if the reported RPM is not equivalent to the manual RPM an indicator below the slider changes to yellow. Minimise to tray has been implemented. User profiles have been improved. This release is a milestone: from this point onward, features that the OEM software does not provide will be added.
Release Notes: This is the first public release.