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KLibido (Usenet binaries downloader)


KDE Usenet Application

Score 82%
KLibido (Usenet binaries downloader)

Link:  http://klibido.sf.net
Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  7057
Submitted:  Oct 16 2004
Updated:  Mar 4 2006


KLibido is a graphical Usenet file grabber for KDE. It supports multiple server, multiple download threads per server, queue management, .nzb files, etc...


* 27/Feb/2006: version 0.2.5 Release notes:

- New option: do not automatically resize columns in headerlist (and remember columns' sizes)
- New option: Do not automatically sort by subject (and remember the selected sort column)
- New option: remember order of columns in headerlists
- NEW: Show progress for decoding
- FIX: Don't crash while canceling articles during decoding (and really cancel the article)
- FIX: Cancel of update items while updating dbs now works
- new action: move to bottom of the queue
- FIX: correctly remember "maximized" status for main Window.
- NEW: Sort by number of articles in available groups list (i.e.: when subscribing to newsgroups)
- New shortcuts in headerLists: clear filter (Ctrl + C) and jump to the filter entry box (Ctrl + F)
- New option: don't show statusbar at startup
- NEW: French translation
- NEW: Progress dialog for db migrations
- FIX: Header dates now works for localized distributions as well
- NEW: During db migration/compact, articles are checked for consistency and discarded (KLibido should not crash anymore if there are bogus articles into dbs). A log of the discarded articles is created in the db dir (default: ~/klibido/db)
- Various bugfixes (see Changelog)

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 Klibido, project is dead

 by m00nraker on: May 7 2010
Score 50%

but here are the good news:

There is a new project called "kwooty"

It's the best nzb grabber in the linux world at the moment. Many features and the best thing: the author is going to improve it more and more, so future versions are planned.

It works perfectly and it fully replaces klibido. So trust me and give it a try.

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