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Thanks for the latest blog post. It's an interesting read, and it's encouraging to see that there's continuous development of Nightingale.

> Some of features mentioned bellow can already be tested in our nightly builds.

Looking at http://sourceforge.net/projects/ngale/fi...es/latest/ there are two 1.12.1 builds:
nightingale-1.12.1-2453_linux-i686.tar.bz2 2014-07-16 41.0 MB
nightingale-1.12.1-2453_linux-i686.tar.bz2.md5 2014-07-16 77 Bytes

1.12.1 is the latest release version. I understand that development is on version 1.12.2.
So what are the 1.12.1 nightlies about?

> Our default .desktop file for Linux now also contains the same actions as the
> Mac OS X dock, thanks to the CLI API.

Where can I get the .desktop file from?
Thanks.
(07-24-2014, 06:39 AM)tibitts Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks for the latest blog post. It's an interesting read, and it's encouraging to see that there's continuous development of Nightingale.

> Some of features mentioned bellow can already be tested in our nightly builds.

Looking at http://sourceforge.net/projects/ngale/fi...es/latest/ there are two 1.12.1 builds:
nightingale-1.12.1-2453_linux-i686.tar.bz2 2014-07-16 41.0 MB
nightingale-1.12.1-2453_linux-i686.tar.bz2.md5 2014-07-16 77 Bytes

1.12.1 is the latest release version. I understand that development is on version 1.12.2.
So what are the 1.12.1 nightlies about?
Those are mainly remnants of the mess the latest folder is. It's quite hard to keep that clean with 4 diferent machines spewing files into it.
Quote:> Our default .desktop file for Linux now also contains the same actions as the
> Mac OS X dock, thanks to the CLI API.

Where can I get the .desktop file from?
Thanks.
https://github.com/nightingale-media-pla...le.desktop

P.S.: merged your thread into this one, since it belongs here.
Anyone have a "preview" of what will be the new website for i take a look ?
so coriuous...

Will we have a ".deb 64 and 32" from getnightingale.com ?
instead tar.bz2 (if the user is a ubuntu user or debian user)
The dev,eloper preview is linked in the web development section of this very forum.
For ubuntu users it prefers to tell them how our ppa works. While we'd love to have a deb file for all the other debian based distros.
thx, i found the preview...