Software Update: NewsBin Pro 6.61 Build 4195 Beta 1




There is a new version of NewsBin Pro released a beta time. This program enables files, such as photos, videos and programs are downloaded from Usenet. It has everything you would expect from a Usenet downloader, such as support for multithreading, ssl and autopar. Furthermore, there are extensive filtering capabilities, and can an optional Usenet search service to be used. Version 6.61 is a bug fix release for version 6.60.

Version 6.61 Beta 1 Build 4195
Some issues have cropped up at 6.60 so we Decided to start a new beta cycle for 6.61. Read through the list of changes and if something HAS BEEN bothering you, maybe it’s in this list.

NZB files are no longer in compacted with the rar / par set
Information from .SRR files are now included When You ctrl-r on a set containing compacted .srr files.
When items are queued using Ctrl-Y, to force the download, do not make it start a download over from the beginning if Newsbin is restarted.
Made change so new records do not get inserted to the top of the post list constantly header processing. Was causing flickering of the screen-which annoyed people.
Increased the number of watch you can have up to 120 entries.
Fixed potential issue with Newsbin filtering out stuff it Should not be.
Headers are now stored compressed again until They are processed. The tradeoff of disk space usage vs. CPU usage is not Justified.
Internal use of regular expressions HAS BEEN sped up. Should improve overall processing speed or normal functions.
Fix to make sure the NBI path gets set on exit.
Added maximize buttons to the tabs.
Fixed issue where Header downloads failed with connection errors Instead of retrying.
Change to column headers in servers tab and information displayed to make it more clear. Specifically Server Active / Disabled and if the server is set up to download headers or not.


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