Vidalia 0.2.4 Released

Vidalia 0.2.4 is released. The OS X -alpha bundles are updated to fix a bug in the default "bootstrap" vidalia.conf file that pointed to a non-existent Polipo configuration file, causing Polipo to fail on startup.

The Changelog for this release is:

  • Split the message log into "Basic" and "Advanced" views. The
    "Advanced" view contains standard log messages from Tor, while the new
    experimental "Basic" view displays status events received from Tor.
    (Ticket #265)
  • Apply an application-global stylesheet on OS X that forces all tree
    widgets in Vidalia to use the 12pt font recommended by Apple's human
    interface guidelines.
  • Add an OSX_FORCE_32BIT CMake option that can be used to force a 32-bit
    build on Mac OS X versions that default to 64-bit builds (e.g., Snow
    Leopard), if only 32-bit versions of the Qt libraries are available.
  • Fix a bug introduced in 0.2.3 that prevented Vidalia from correctly
    responding to ADDRMAP events from Tor. The result was that users would
    sometimes see IP addresses in the connection list shown under the network
    map rather than hostnames.
  • Fix a bug in the default "bootstrap" vidalia.conf file included in the
    OS X drag-and-drop bundles that pointed to a non-existent Polipo
    configuration file, causing Polipo to fail on startup.
Anonymous

September 08, 2009

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after upgrading to snow leopard, the torbutton for firefox doesnt seem to connect to Vidalia properly. vidalia itself still works, but firefox does not work with vidalia anymore, any solutions? Thanks a lot.

Anonymous

September 10, 2009

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Thanks phobos for the link. I will give it a try.

Anonymous

September 18, 2009

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Will the documentation for Mac be updated to reflect Polipo, rather than Privoxy, any time soon?

Anonymous

September 21, 2009

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hello

please send me vidalia tor last version

tanks behrouz iran