Posted on Saturday, January 24 2004 @ 01:46:43 CET by LSDsmurf
What's new in Popcorn release 1.65 beta 3 (23-January-2004)?
Popcorn now supports viewing and saving attachments through external
applications like WinZip. To view/save attachments in a downloaded message,
you can either click on the Save Attachments button on the toolbar, select
"Save Attachments..." on the File menu, or you can right click in
the message view and select "Save Attachments..." from the context
pop-up menu. Which external app. is used is controlled through the
"AttachExtractApp" variable in the Popcorn.ini file (the default
value is "C:Program FilesWinZipWINZIP32.EXE"). If Popcorn is
unable to find the application, it will open a file selection dialog
allowing you to specify the location of the app.
Added a "Get Complete Mail" item to the inbox context pop-up
menu. When viewing and/or saving attachments in a downloaded mail, it must
be completely downloaded and not MIME decoded in any way. This item/ command
ignores all user settings for partial downloads and MIME decoding, making it
easy to completely download a message containing attachments and then
successfully viewing and/or saving them.
Added a "Decoded and Stripped" item to the mail view context
pop-up menu "Message Body". When this view mode is activated,
Popcorn will strip away (not display) the HTML code part of
The Popcorn.ini variable "SuppressPromptsTray" is used to
suppress (not display) any user input dialogs/prompts while it is minimized
in the system tray. Currently, this only affects the Password prompt dialog.
The default value is "FALSE".
Added menu item mnemonics to the main and mail editor menus.
Controls added dynamically to the mail editor (Cc and Bcc controls) did
not properly handle large system fonts.
Fixed a small bug in the MIME header parser.
Fixed a bug that caused a downloaded message to be displayed twice in the
mail view when selected.
Fixed a bug in the mail editor that would cause text in the From, To, Cc
and Bcc fields to be selected when the window was resized.
Fixed a bug in the mail editor that could cause the content of the From,
Cc and Bcc fields to be automagically set to a matching entry in the
Fixed a bug that caused Popcorn to partially stop responding if the
password promp dialog was show while Popcorn was minimized in the system
Included a C++ link switch that reduced the popcorn.exe file size with
Included a C++ link switch, alternate application startup code and several
other optimizations that reduced popsetup.exe (the Popcorn setup executable)
file size with 26KB.
Program Information Category:
Tools and Utilities Type:
Beta Version: 1.65 Beta3 Size: 219KB Works on: Windows