Empathy, a messaging program that supports text, voice, video chat, and file transfers over many different protocols, is now at version 3.6.3.
Empathy 3.6.3 is just a maintenance release and fixes a bunch of annoying bugs and one crasher. Users of all distributions which include Gnome 3.6 have been advised to upgrade.
Highlights of Empathy 3.6.3:
• Backslash escapes applied in the chat log have been fixed;
• Empathy contact list window no longer resizes automatically when connections are lost;
• Rakia / SIP “Use this account to call landlines and mobile phones” checkbox now works properly;
empathy_contact_dup_from_tp_contact: assertion “TP_IS_CONTACT (tp_contact)” no longer fails;
• Code generation during build has a race due to unintended concurrency. This issue has been fixed.
For a complete list of fixes and updated translations, you can check out the official changelog
Download Empathy 3.6.3
right now from Softpedia.