Gruml 0.9.25 released

Posted on Thursday, 14th April 2011 by in Blog

Gruml 0.9.25 is released:

Changelog:

  • Fixed: adaptions to changes in Google Reader API
  • further bug fixes

Download: Gruml 0.9.25

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6 Responses to “Gruml 0.9.25 released”

  1. ron Thursday, 14th April 2011 at 8:39 pm #

    Although it seems like you support offline reading including pre-cacheing of the images, I can’t seem to get that to work. When I go offline and then look at an article, there are no images. I’ve turned on cacheing in preferences and it seems like it was doing SOMETHING, but… no images. Am I doing something wrong or is this, in fact, not (yet) supported???

    Thanks!

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  3. Simon Tuesday, 19th April 2011 at 3:40 am #

    Hi,
    I really appreciate your work on this app and like the site says, I’m not mad at you but is it possible to fix this in the next release?

    http://trac.grumlapp.com/ticket/162

    Are only a few people experiencing it? It would speed up my workflow so much.

    Thanks, Simon

  4. Matt R Wednesday, 4th May 2011 at 1:53 am #

    Memory/CPU usage still higher than @NetNewsWire on Mac with identical feed list. Also, ALWAYS busy, even when “idle.” Using ~7% CPU in the background, even when not syncing. Noticeable.

  5. Max Sunday, 21st August 2011 at 12:55 am #

    Gruml is getting better, appreciate your work. 2 problems though: 1) visual rendering issues when opening page in internal browser (horizontal lines appear when scrolling, OS X Lion). 2) Your trac is down so can’t report there or find an existing report.

  6. Jonny Tuesday, 30th August 2011 at 3:57 pm #

    Hi there,

    I love Gruml, but there is one glaring bug that needs addressing, I changed the layout to 3 column to see what it was like, to find I liked the traditional preview below feeds layout, but it won’t change back now. It is well and truely stuck, and is forcing me to go else where, can this be fixed easily as it is quite a glaring problem, layout is a most personal thing.

    Regards
    Jonny


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