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.
Implemented a new Repair'n'Extract filter, which makes it possible to
filter out (ignore) specific files from Repair'n'Extract sets.
Enhanced the logic that Repair'n'Extract uses, when it automatically
unpauses needed repair files for a set.
Quite a few additional enhancements and fixes related to the
Changed the format in which NewsLeecher posts text messages to usenet
servers with. It should be compatible with more servers now.
Re-arranged the article filters setup dialogs. They can now be accessed
from the toolbars just above the article, queue and Repair'n'Extract
Lots of other small improvements (mainly visual ones)
Fixed a bug where the licensekey was sometimes deleted, if the Internet
Explorer cache was cleaned. More
Fixed bug where NewsLeecher would sometimes try opening multiple
instances, if several NZB files were imported at the same time.
Fixed bug where a setting from an outdated "server retention"
feature was still used under some circumstances. More
Lots of other small bug fixes.
Program Information Category:
Tools and Utilities Type:
Free Version: 3.9 beta 6 Size: 2.6MB Works on: Windows