Time for another update! Yes… I know! It’s only been a few hours since the last one, so why the quick update? Well… why not 🙂 Since I have the time, I might as well fix all the bugs I can! This update brings a small change to the Breakdown form which, I’m sorry to say, was kinda broken in the last release 🙁
Just fixed a small problem (or major for some). This should fix all connection problems again! Sorry for the trouble! Some minor other things were also corrected. The Tree for example will now only show the filenames – looks better! A few tooltips were also added. I didn’t have the time to check if the … Read More “NZB Completion Checker update #4” »
A new very small update was just uploaded to the site. This fixes new connections issues with some servers – or most servers! I misread the RFC and used UTF8 where I was not supposed to – my bad 🙁
Anyways, the download link has been updated, so pleeease download the file again 🙂
Just a small for-your-information message. If not bugs have been reported by February 1st, NZB Completion Checker will change status to beta. This means that 0.7beta will be taken offline, and replaced by 0.9.4beta. So if you want to make sure, that a stable version is always readily available, pleasssssseeeeeee report any bugs you find! … Read More “February 1st, 2012 we go beta!” »
NZB Completion Checker is now at version 0.9.4399.27458 (lets just stick with 0.9.4a for short :-)).
Two things have changed in this release. The first one is rather simple. SSL Certificates that does not check out 100% is now accepted. Security wise you should be okay, no worries!
The second thing is something new.
Okay, the first update is up! Thanks to NewsGroupReviews for the bug report! This update will affect all current NZBcc 0.9a users, as it changes the location of the servers.lst file. The file will now be stored in your AppData folder. You can just move your current servers.lst file into the AppData folder, in a new folder called “NZBcc”.
Oh boy, just had myself a busy few hours of coding and testing … just to please you guys 🙂 It was fun, and i’m not all done yet! Have a few more ideas I want to implement before NZB Completion Checker goes beta – and then hopefully 1.0 final!
The biggest news this time is multiple server support! It took a bit of time to get it working, since a whole lot of code had to be rewritten and retested. I’ve done a quick test of it all, but I’ll leave most of the checking up to you!
Well.. lets get on with the details!
Finally I found the time to implement a simple and secure way of reporting bugs in NZB Completion Checker. It’s very simple really. I set up a simple form on a secure site (SSL – 256 bit AES) where you can report bugs, feature requests, signup for pre-alpha releases and more. Nothing gets logged besides the data you enter into the form. There is only one mandatory field, description! You can leave the rest blank if you like – it’s really up to you! But the more info you provide, the better I can help you – and you can assist me making NZB Completion Checker a better product 🙂