v0.0.0.30 Released

XBF has some spiffy new features headed your way.  You know, why just stop at notifying you via the application of events happening with your friends list?  How about selecting a list of gamertags that you'd like to be emailed when they are online?  What about possibly sharing some of your friends list (again, selecting the who's who list you'd like to participate) with one of your fan (or clan) websites?  Not enough you say... Well how about blogging said changes to your favorite blog site (requires MetaWebLog API support).

OK, I can feel what your thinking.  "I don't have any desire to do any of these things, sure, they sound cool, but how do these features help me?"  Well, not only have I corrected a bug that was causing the Xbox Live messaging feature to not work properly, this feature has been enhanced so you can now forward any pending messages to an email of your choosing.  So now you can receive a message from somone ON XBOX LIVE to your portable device (cell phone, blackberry or any other device that you can communicate via email).

I've made a few other minor bug fixes and tweaks, so continue letting me know what you like, don't like, would like... you know the drill... the forums await!


Published Jul 13 2006, 12:11 AM by DualBrain
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