Posted by FreezeWarp on May 3, 2011 at 7:04 PM
This would have been released yesterday...
Prologue aside, VRIM2
is now released. It was technically made default a few days ago to test some things out, but now it actually works quite well, and is amazingly fast (yes, it is, to all those who encounters the annoying issues pre-release).
Among other things, it boasts an impressive array of new features and interface overhauls:
[*]New "sleek" design.
[*]Inline popup windows used for many actions.
[*]Extensive context menu use (albeit somewhat to my disliking)
[*]Much more scalable compared to its predeccessor.
[*]Advanced censor, allowing per-list optouts. (Cat chooses the words now as well)
[*]Introduction of several different frameworks which will be more detailed in VRIM3.
VRIM3 will be released in mid-June, and will be quite awesome. The layout will receive several refinements and bug fixes, the software itself will receive significant overhauls for translation, hooks, and templating, and a bunch else.