Floola 1.2

Floola is an application to efficiently manage your iPod or your Motorola mobile phone (any model supporting iTunes). It’s a standalone application that can be run directly from your iPod and needs no installation under Linux, Mac OS X and Windows (Windows Vista is supported). Floola supports all most common used iPod features including podcasts and smart playlists!

Release Highlights:

* iTunes 7.3 compatibility
* issue with some translations
* bug closing amazon browser in some situations
* issues with searchbox
* dictionary.remove exception when adding items
* artwork database loading bug
* improved podcast compatibility
* artwork rebuild memory problem
* artwork rebuild improvements
* some rare exceptions
* problems copying items from iPod under linux
* create playlist of exported items
* minor other enhancements
* turkish translation
* luxembourgish translation
* issue opening artwork window
* artwork repair issue
* Galician translation added
* current playing item window when minimizing
* current playing track incorrectly truncated
* podcast played bullet bug
* mainwindow X and Y postion are saved
* fixed issues export item list
* fixed issue exporting playlist list
* copy issue under windows
* ghost items when deselecting playlists
* playlist reorder issue
* check updates in podcast window
* saved podcast window size
* iTunes 7.2 compatibility
* mainwindow splitter position
* hide compilation wasn’t saved
* bugs with video playback
* AudioTagX.Read error
* fixed problems with amazon browser
* export iPod playlists
* new way to add items to playlists
* search podcasts
* further iTunes 7.2 compatibility
* updated german translation
* support for AACplus files
* updated french translation
* issue copying some files under windows
* mainwindow’s width and height are now saved

Homepage – Floola

Size: 4.8 MB



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