Yuna Software has released version 5.01 of the popular Messenger extension Messenger Plus!. Among a dozen bug fixes, a new feature has been activated: commands in the contact list.
The newest update for the most prominent Windows Live Messenger extension, Messenger Plus! 5, has been released. It adds support for Messenger 2011 as well as minor enhancements and one major new feature: online chat logging.
Messenger Plus! is getting near to its fifth version, planned for release in December 2010. Plus! 5 will have complete support for Messenger 2011 (Wave 4). However, in the meantime Yuna Software has published an in-between version, Messenger Plus! 4.9, with only partial support for the new Windows Live Messenger.
Since Windows Live Messenger 2011 (code name “Wave 4”) was released last Thursday, I received some questions as to when Messenger Plus! will be updated to work with the new Messenger version. Here are some details.
A minor update for Plus! 4.84 has been released, addressing that some users cannot use the changed resource file format created by Visual Studio 2010.
Yuna Software has started rolling the ball: Our journey toward Messenger Plus! 5 has begun. The first step in this direction is the release of Messenger Plus! Live 4.84.
Since December 2009, several new builds of Messenger Plus! 4.83 have been published on the Web without any accompanying list what was changed. For the one’s interested among you, Patchou has backtraced these minor changes.
Messenger Plus! creator Patchou (Cyril Paciullo) has announced that everything concerning the recent move over to Yuna Software has been settled. Software development is back on track, the plannings for Messenger Plus! Live 5 are running, and Patchou is going to be the leader in Yuna’s new Montreal office.
Are you among those who are using the Windows Live Messenger extension Messenger Plus! Live? Please read this message thoroughly, it is directed toward you.
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