The Radegast Development Team is proud to announce the immediate availability of Radegast version 2.0.
This release brings the 3D Scene Viewer that allows users to see the 3d worlds around them. Most of the object rendering features are implemented and functional, including the support for showing regular prims, sculpies and meshes, but one should keep in mind that this is still very experimental and might cause crashes. Known issues include: not entirely correct avatar rendering, no support for glow or flexible prims. If you do encounter problems please do report them in our issue tracker.
In addition to the Scene Viewer, Radegast 2.0 comes with the support of the new avatar physics wearable type. There is also a crash reporter that will ask you to submit the crash reports should something unexptected happen. We encourage you to submit those reports as they make the future releases of Radegast better.
The full release notes for version 2.0:
Release Notes: New Features and Improvements
- [RAD-289] – Implement 3D Scene Viewer
- [RAD-227] – Radar Manual Capability
- [RAD-263] – Add support for physics wearable
- [RAD-269] – Implement support for llMapDestination()
- [RAD-270] – Add crash reporter
- [RAD-279] – Add ability to save multiple logins
- [RAD-285] – Add ability to send Radegast client tag
- [RAD-288] – Add option in preferences to disable use of VBO even if hardware claims to be present
- [RAD-214] – AV viewing
- [RAD-275] – Reuse bound textures on 3D preview to save memory
- [RAD-277] – don’t want name or password saved
- [RAD-287] – Change method to lookup object names so that it does not interfere with sim physics
- [RAD-290] – Improve precision of movement control buttons on the main chat console
- [RAD-262] – Radegast crashes in object viewer if mipmap extension isn’t loaded
- [RAD-264] – Friend online notifications sometimes don’t display friend name
- [RAD-268] – merged ‘Chat+Objects’ Tabs can’t be re-opened
- [RAD-272] – Volume Control Settings are not retained between login sessions
- [RAD-273] – Text typed with an all-caps /ME is not emoted
- [RAD-274] – Ineventory not fully loading
- [RAD-276] – Hovertext placed incorrectly over the child prims
- [RAD-278] – Floating point bug in 3D renderer [for europeans]
- [RAD-281] – Loading a plugin .cs using System.Xml results in missing namespace error
- [RAD-283] – Password is not forgotten, aka Radegast is an elephant
Don’t forget that .NET framework version 3.5sp1 is required on Windows and Mono 2.4 and newer on Linux (2.6 highly recommended, 2.8 will not work due to bugs in it). You can download this release from our downloads page.