Seesmic Desktop Released Version 0.2

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12 May 2009

I just got an email from Team Seesmic saying that they just released version 0.2.  Here are the change list from the email:

Improvements since v0.1.2
Add your Facebook account (since v0.2-rc2)
Aggregated timelines for Twitter and Facebook accounts (since v0.2-rc2)
Now supporting Twitgoo and Posterous in addition to Twitpic to share images on Twitter
Cleaner column look and feel
Optimized use of space to display more tweets
More tooltips on buttons
Improved error handling (especially for connection problems)
Improved pre-selection of “SHARED as” account to reply or retweet from
Remembering your preferred image sharing and short URL service across restarts
Auto-updating the timestamps in timelines
Sidebar can be scrolled when there is more content than available space
Bug fixes
Issues with webcam dialog – solved
Userlists and searches could get lost under certain circumstances – solved
Empty error message when trying to lookup a protected Twitter user – solved
and many more smaller issues

There are not significant additions, but some of the changes warrant a mention:

  • Facebook integration: it’s been there since rc2.
  • Twitgoo and Posterous integration, they don’t exactly add a new functionality, but I guess having alternatives are always good.
  • Cleaner look and feel: This one is actually quite a visible change, and it does help to tone-down that industrial look.
  • Empty error message on protected user lookup, this will definitely help at least to identify what’s going on.

All in all, the only major change since v0.1.2 is the Facebook integration, which if you already installed rc2, is not new anymore.

You can download the new version directly from the following link:

http://d.seesmic.com/seesmic/SeesmicDesktop-0.2.air

Seesmic Desktop v 0.2

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3 Responses to Seesmic Desktop Released Version 0.2

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Tim McNabb

May 13th, 2009 at 03:24

I like the fact that you can have more than one twitter accounts going at once. TweetDeck seems to have a slicker group creation method to it. Seesmic seems to load faster and with fewer long pauses.

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mahadewa

May 13th, 2009 at 09:34

Not just Twitter accounts but also Facebook :)
The problem with TD is that I can only 'create' a limited amount of groups, while in SD, it's unlimited :)

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mahadewa

May 13th, 2009 at 09:35

Not just Twitter accoNot just Twitter accounts but also Facebook :)
The problem with TD is that I can only 'create' a limited amount of groups, while in SD, it's unlimited :)unts but also Facebook :)

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