Seahorse v0.9.1
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 16 April 2006 at 01:00 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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Seahorse, a GNOME application for managing encryption keys (which is also capable of integrating with Nautilus and gedit among others), has reached the v0.9.1 mile-stone. Major changes are listed below and the download is available at GNOME.

* Major Changes between 0.9 and 0.9.1:
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    * New Tango style icons
    * Completely reworked personal key properties dialog
    * SSH Key Generation
    * Add libcryptui library for standardization of key selection
    * DBUS interface for encryption and key management
    * Gedit plugin now uses DBUS to do it's work
    * Progress dialog while generating keys [Jim Pharis]
    * Automatically resize and convert photos that are added
      to a key.
    * Now uses the GNOME proxy settings when accessing key
      servers [Adam Schreiber]
    * New UI for signing keys
    * HIG fixes for dialogs [chpe]
    * Many crasher and stability fixes.

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