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Well, with Firefox 6.0 on the horizon, it’s time for a new Foxamp release. This version actually has something new in it other than a compatibility update, though – Unicode support. If you’ve tried to play songs with Unicode characters in their name, you may have noticed they didn’t render properly in Foxamp. This should now be fixed. Unfortunately, this does now mean that if anybody’s using Firefox 1.5 or below, they will no longer be able to use Foxamp, but, well, time moves on, I suppose! Also, anybody still on Windows 95/98/Me won’t be able to use the application, either. (If anybody *does* actually still use those versions, please let me know!)
Anyway, you can grab the new version in the usual location, or you should get an automatic update in the next day or two whenever the editors approve it. And I do have some plans for new features and improvements in the next versions (as well as an intention to bump the version number up to 1.0.0!), so hopefully you’ll see more progress soon. 🙂
I know I’ve promised news for quite some time – alas, I have been quite busy! I was in Australia and New Zealand in late June and early July, then I’ve been back here working, and then away to Aviemore for a weekend, and then doing more work. I’ll try to post photos from my trip at some point in the near future, along with some kind of description or trip report, hopefully! Just need to find the time to do so, though. It’s the 5th annual Transport Tycoon Forums meet in a couple of weeks, so I need to get things ready for that, as well as keep up with everything else that’s going on!
Ah well, until next time…