The synergy 1.3.1 release fixes many keyboard mapping problems since 1.2.7 and a few other minor bugs. It also adds support for linking parts of screen edges and UI improvements.
Synergy 1.2.7 has all new keyboard handling code and fixes several keyboard bugs, particularly those regarding non-US keyboard layouts. It also adds preliminary support for configurable hotkeys and fixes several miscellaneous bugs.
The 1.2.6 package has been patched with a fix for bug 1357077 (a problem with installing synergy for autostart on win32). Only windows users trying to use autostart and having problems need download the package again.
This releases fixes a few critical bugs in 1.2.5: occasional crash using the clipboard, inability to use synergy.exe if running with restricted permissions, and not handling signals on unix. All users of versions 1.2.4 and 1.2.5 should upgrade to 1.2.6.
This release adds support for MightyMouse and buttons 4 and 5 on OSX. It also fixes a number of miscellaneous bugs: fixed win32 launcher and uninstaller and clipboard problems on X11 and win32.
This release fixes some OS X build problems, screen locking on linux, --daemon on win32, and adds an option to suppress foreground window grabbing on win32.
This release fixes a number of OS X bugs and missing features and adds "dead" corners.
This release fixes two major keyboard handling bugs. One broke the modifier keys on OS X clients and the other was a failure to support ISO_Level3_Shift (AltGr) on X11 servers.
This release fixes a major bug in the OS X keyboard handling of the synergy server.
This release adds support for OS X, improves portability across Unix variants, adds a few new minor features, and fixes dozens of bugs in the 1.0.x series.
This release fixes some serious problems on OSX in 1.1.9. It also fixes the log window always popping up on win32.
This release fixes lots of miscellaneous bugs on all platforms. See the release notes for details.
Fixed several keyboard problem on OS X and win32. Fixed breaking of keyboard input in terminals when running synergy server on X11. Other minor fixes.
Synergy 1.1.6 adds initial support for Mac OS X and fixes a few bugs on win32 and X11.
Synergy 1.1.5 fixes several bugs and adds clipboard support for HTML and BMP images. It also includes experimental support for relative mouse motion on secondary screens to better interoperate with some games. Bug fixes include: now showing cursor on win32 secondary screen with no physical mouse attached; fixed lock ups when quiting on win32; and fixes for switching on double tap and after waiting and not when a mouse button is down.
Synergy 1.1.4 fixes a few of the bugs in 1.1.3: lookup of the server hostname on win32, tray icon problems on win32, a crash on X11 if num lock, caps lock, or scroll lock wasn't in the keyboard map, and the double-tap and wait-before-switching features.
Synergy 1.1.3 has been released. This release is a major code refactoring that should lead to improved reliability and easier maintenance. This release also fixes a number of bugs, including incorrectly getting locked to the screen and dead keys. It also adds a windows installer/uninstaller (thanks for Guido Poschta).
The experimental 1.0.15 release has been updated. It includes a number of bug fixes. See the 1.0.15 release notes for more information.
This release fixes a few important bugs. On win32, synergy now correctly boosts its priority so it won't slow down when another program uses the CPU; synergy no longer leaks memory when adding log messages when running as a service; and previously set advanced options are now used even if the advanced options dialog is not displayed.
This release also includes a change on unix when pasting to motif/lesstif applications. An earlier hack to work around a (suspected) bug in lesstif was removed. This may fix the bug where cut/paste stops working between windows and unix systems.
This release completes support for European keyboard layouts and characters, including dead key composition, and improves AltGr handling. Also pressing ctrl+alt+pause will simulate ctrl+alt+del on a client.
Several bugs are fixed: unconnected clients don't fill up the logs, unconnected clients don't warp the mouse, NumLock now works properly with CapsLock, better Xinerama support.
I'm skipping a stable 1.0.10 release. 1.0.11 includes all changes from 1.0.9 and a rewrite of the keyboard handling on X11. These changes are significant enough to require a lot of testing. While they could've been added to 1.0.9, making a new release makes tracking bugs a little easier.
This release fixes several bugs: interaction with objectbar; "Windows" key handling; scroll lock locking to server screen; screen flashing on X11 and Windows; Xinerama support; underscores in screen names; auto-repeat bugs on X11; mouse wrapping on client screens.
It also adds several new features: win 95/98/me support for Alt+Tab, Alt+Esc, Ctrl+Esc; support for 4th and 5th mouse buttons on Windows; support for "Internet" and "Multimedia" keys; non-ASCII key handling on Windows; option to disable screen saver synchronization.
Version 1.0.7 (unstable) has had several features and fixes added to it. Any feedback on these changes is appreciated:
* Added non-ASCII keys support on win32
* Added dead key support on win32
* Added option to not synchronize screen savers
* Added Xinerama support (X11)
* Added 5 button mouse support
* Added "Internet"/"Multimedia" keyboard keys support
* Added support on win 95/98/me for:
* Alt+Tab and Alt+Shift+Tab
* Alt+Esc and Alt+Shift+Esc
* Windows+E, Windows+F, etc.
* Fixed Scroll Lock locking to server screen
* Fixed "Windows" key handling
* Fixed screen flashing
* Fixed laggy pointer motion on busy win32 systems
* Fixed stealing of foreground window on win32
* Fixed auto-repeat bugs on X11
The synergy web site now includes a roadmap. Also new is a donation page for anyone interested in supporting development of Synergy with a monetary contribution.
This release fixes a few bugs: multi-monitor support on win32 (no, really, this time it does), screen saver detection on windows nt/2k/xp, X11 CLIPBOARD transfer to motif/lesstif apps. It also adds some features, including: a tray icon on win32, per-screen modifier key remapping, and screen jump restriction options.