Corebird 1.2 recently released, is an open-source, modern, easy and fun Twitter client developed in GTK 3.12, and it comes with all the main twitter features, which includes: Tweets Streaming, Favorites, Lists, Filters, Integrated Search, Mentions/Notifications, among others.
Corebird 1.2 changelog
- Inline media and avatars are no longer cached on disk
- Videos now indicate download progress showing a preview thumbnail with a circular progress overlay
- We download higher-resolution avatars on HiDPI displays now
- The build system usage has seen a major refactoring an cleanup, thanks to Rico Tzschichholz
- The sidebar is now at the top and dark
- Favorites now us a heart icon
- Sending tweets is now cancellable (e.g. when multiple images are attached, in which case it might take a while)
- Inline media are now displayed “full-size”, scaled to the current window size.
- Instagram videos are now correctly marked as videos, instead of was images
- If you have GTK+ >= 3.19, there’s now a GtkShortcutsWindow accessible from the app menuexplaining the various keyboard shortcuts. Note that Corebird still compiles and runs with GTK+ 3.16
- The big “add media” button in the compose window has been replaced with a regular text button. The added images are scaled down and displayed below it
- You can quote your own tweets now
- The settings dialog now contains a setting to hide “inappropriate content”, and it is enabled by default.
- The file selection dialog in the compose window now keeps you from selecting files > 3MB.
Install Corebird 1.2 on Ubuntu OS
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/corebird sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install corebirdcomments powered by Disqus