NewsLeecher is a tool made for fetching and managing articles from the Usenet. It downloads Usenet articles in a snap, and uses it's inline engine to assemble and decode all the downloads. The powerful featureset and state-of-the-art user interface makes it an application "you simply can't live without" if you are a serious Usenet user. The current releases of NewsLeecher are mainly made binary files downloading, but we're working hard on extending NewsLeecher with full-blown text reader capabilities at the moment.
+: The 'Go to download folder' feature located in the queue
popup menu, can now open the download folder in Windows
Explorer instead of the NewsLeecher Explorer, by pressing CTRL,
or Shift, while clicking the feature button.
*: Redesigned the Repair'n'Extract 'Change Destination Folder'
feature and added a shortcut to access it (CTRL+Y).
*: Improved 'Leech Specify' to include an eventual group folder,
as set in group properties dialog, when setting the default
download destination folder.
*: A few minor improvements here and there.
!: Fixed bug introduced in V4 Beta 1, where the 'Leech Specify'
feature didn't include the groupname in the default destination
folder, even though the 'download to groupname folder' option
!: When updating groups, not all articles were marked as 'new',
even though they contained new article parts.
!: Fixed bug introduced in previous beta, where Repair'n'Extract
would delete non-archive files instead of moving them to the
specified destination folder.
!: Fixed bug where some articles weren't marked as 'old' when the
'Mark as Old' feature was used:
!: Fixed another bug that sometimes caused problems when updating
the alt.binaries.boneless group on some servers.
!: Some of the quick-search filter was broken is Beta 2. Fixed.
!: Lots of smaller bugfixes (fixed a small memory leak, etc.)
Internet and communication
4.00 beta 3
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