Craften Terminal 4.0 RC1 released

The release of crafting Terminal 4.0 is getting closer and closer! Today we released the first release candidate. This is a version that we would publish as it is.
So, if you still find bugs or want to suggest improvements, then bring it on!

Enough talk, here are the changes:

  • Servers can be evaluated
  • Mods can now be rated with stars (instead of just thumbs up / down)
  • New design completed (especially tabs and buttons)
  • Youtube thumbnails in the shoutbox will reappear
  • Improvements in the shoutbox
  • Updated Polish and French translations
  • Other minor bug fixes and improvements

We look forward to your feedback and hope to publish the final version next week!

Stay tuned!

Craften Terminal 3.5.3 released

This morning, we released yet another version of Craften Terminal. Why? Because we found three really bad bugs and fine-tuned the Chat!

  • Friends in the chat are now marked with a star
  • Enhanced the chat (i.e. the colors for the different roles)
  • Bugfix: Fixed problems downloading Craften Launcher, fixing problems starting Minecraft
  • Bugfix: Crash when clicking on some mods
  • Bugfix: Messages in the chat disappeared when writing another message

Sounds pretty great, doesn’t it? Thanks to the people who reported their problems in the info dialog. Without you we hadn’t found those bugs!

Craften Terminal 3.4.1 released

We just released the first update for Craften Terminal 3.4! It does not only contain bugfixes (for example it fixes the “piano2 bug” and crashes when loading the version list) but also adds some neat small features!

Since 3.4 you can vote whether a mod combination works. But that’s not the only thing you want to know about a mod you don’t know yet, right? You might aswell want to know if it is worth trying. So we added a voting function for single mods!

We also updated Craften Launcher so that it is able to launch the latest Minecraft snapshots. Why are you reading this when you could check out the awesome new world generator?

Finally, we simplified the chat a little – at least we hope so. You don’t need to enter a nickname anymore to join the chat. Just click on “Chat” and you’ll be connected as guest. If you have a name (most people seem to have at least one), you may change it by clicking “Change nickname”. It’s as easy as that and the next time you log in to our chat, this nickname is used automatically.

Notice for nerds: The update is not actually version 3.4.1 but 3.4.4997 as you may have seen in the setup. But talking about a version with a name you can’t remember is just not cool so we now introduce version numbers as you know them from Minecraft. With Craften Terminal 3.5 (yes, we already work on that), the versions will really be what we call them.