Scup 1.1 released – now runs on Linux as well

I’ve just released a minor update for Scup. If you have already installed Scup, you should get the update automatically the next time you launch it. If not, get it here.

The new version 1.1 adds the new set type “Sample Collection”, enables bulk editing of the track type parameter and fixes a few issues (thanks for your bug reports!). Most important is a workaround for an annoying AIR bug under Linux that prevented Scup from opening the authentication page in the browser with the right parameters. I could only test it with AIR 2.0 on Ubuntu 10.04, but I’m confident that Scup now runs on other Linux distributions as well.

I know that there are some feature requests that didn’t make it into this release as I’m quite busy with another project and could only spend a few hours on Scup this time.  I hope to have more time for the next update.

The feedback forum for Scup has got an update as well, I’ve switched from Getsatisfaction to Uservoice because they offer different categories for issue reports. So now you can report a problem as a problem, and a question as a question. Makes sense, huh?

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