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Nucleus 0.3

Published October 14, 2013 in Releases

Nucleus 0.3 is now available for testing. This release is predominantly focused on architectural (under-the-hood) improvements, with only a few user-facing improvements. As previously stated, Nucleus is an experimental project and should not be used on mission critical systems.

  • Added a “start menu” to the terminal, now called “spotlight”
  • Fixed issues with Gmail unread item detection
  • Modularized design to allow new notification services to be added
  • Removed dependency on System.Ninja.Utilities and shared code
    1. 3 Comments

    2. Sorry, I unzipped the program and tried running it and windows stopped it
      If you like I’ll send you the error info

      Bill Barrett

      October 14, 2013

      • Just updated the file to include a missing library. Let me know if the issue goes away when you redownload it.

        Shane Gowland

        October 15, 2013

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