Release Notes: This release has few changes but some fairly important fixes. It fixes the "laptop suspend bug" (fixing reconnection to its server), fixes the VNC/NX full desktop sessions start dialog, automatically upgrades xpra sessions and grabs new unknown xpra sessions, and has fewer unnecessary timer wakeups. Keys can be used to activate buttons in "window mode". MS Windows clients now disconnect xpra sessions cleanly (removing the system tray).
Release Notes: Fixes for pycrypto compatiblity, better dialog layouts, and plain TCP using a fixed port mode. OpenBSD is now supported, and the new Xpra options are handled.
Release Notes: This release contains some important bugfixes (a threading issue was causing application freezes, and it now correctly drops dead connections), and also some new or improved features, including support for VirtualBox sessions, support for setting the timezone and locale when starting a session, faster startup, better window layouts (avoiding the squishy effect), and support for setting the keyboard map to use with rdesktop/xfreerdp.
Release Notes: This minor, mostly bugfix release fixes NX session support, missing tray icons for Ubuntu users, and some stability problems. It adds the ability to make URLs opened in remote sessions forward to your local machine. It coincides with Xpra 0.0.7.31 (bundled on MS Windows and OS X), which includes a number of significant performance improvements.
Release Notes: This minor bugfix release added support for ssh-agent and fixed some keyboard layout bugs affecting Mac OS X and MS Windows. Support for graphical server signatures was added (using Vash). Xdummy is now fully supported with Xpra. On fast connections, Xpra compression is turned off and GStreamer video buffering is reduced.
Release Notes: A startup crash on MS Windows (in which it failed to start without warning) was fixed. Mac OS X Lion support was added. A VP8 video compression option was added for GStreamer screencasting. TigerVNC was upgraded to 1.1 (on Windows and Mac OS X). Growl notifications were added. Support for loading and resizing icons (including SVG) on headless servers was improved. Xpra keys should no longer get stuck (xpra 0.0.7.25) and keymap support was improved. Missing protocols may now be installed more easily (on Linux for now). Memory and file descriptor leaks in buggy versions of Python are now worked around.
Release Notes: This release included bugfixes and optimizations. Most notably, packaging problems on MS Windows and Ubuntu that caused silent failures were fixed. This version is more efficient, less bandwidth hungry, and tries harder to use sane defaults. Keyboard mapping fixes were included for Xpra.
Release Notes: Leaks have been found and plugged and bugs hunted down (in VNC desktop sessions, NX keyboard support for Linux clients, and more). This is a much more stable release. Support for the Mac OS X dock, Windows system tray, Ubuntu's AppIndicator, and the GNOME system tray was improved. The default applet colour is now more visible, and can be changed in the options.
Release Notes: FreeBSD and KDE bugfixes, CentOS and openSUSE packaging fixes, support for Ubuntu's unity, gnome3-shell, etc. Many new protocol options have been added: xpra adaptive JPEG, GStreamer screencasting scaling and compression options, etc. There were also an unusually large amount of small bugfixes and UI refinements; hopefully, this is a sign that things are settling down.
Release Notes: The most noteworthy features in this release are: super-fast application startup (indistinguishable from non-network-transparent apps) and sound follow mode (the sound follows the application when it is moved to another machine). This is the first public version of the 0.12.x branch. Many bugs were fixed in the short time since the 0.11.x series. Well worth using if you have a Linux machine to connect to (somewhat less useful if you only have Windows and Mac OS X around).