Version 0.9 of Corebird is now in the updates-testing repo for Fedora 21 and Rawhide.
This update makes this already awesome twitter client much better, with a bunch of updates, including:
- Mentions, hashtags and links now get highlighted directly in the dialog where tweets are composed.
- The avatar icon in the top left of the main Corebird window is now clickable. When clicked, every account configured in Corebird is displayed in a list, allowing a quicker way of switching accounts.
- The dark theme setting in the Corebird user preferences is now removed. If you previously set the dark theme, it will continue to work, but is not really a supported feature of corebird, so the theme may render strangely. It is also still possible to turn the dark theme on or off using the GNOME dconf editor.
- The arrow keys on the keyboard can now be used to navigate between images if a tweet has multiple images or videos attached.
- Avatars in tweets and profiles now show if the user is a Twitter verified account.
- Corebird now has a back button in the main window to easily navigate between panes.
- Many tweaks to the user interface, including better spacing of elements in the user interface, and updated icons.