Along with letting you know when things happen, Growl also gives you full control over how you are notified and what action (if any) you want to take in response to the notification. You can choose to be alerted with a visual indicator or an audible alert, both, or neither. You can choose the type of display that is shown, whether the display remains on the screen, the importance of the notification, and even if the notification should be forwarded to another computer. You can have notifications that trigger an email, run a script, launch a program, or are read out loud.
- added support for multiple monitors (Display SDK, built-in displays, and most additional displays)
- added ability to allow LAN requests (same subnet) to be exempt from having to provide passwords
- fixed a bug in GrowlConnector that caused intermittent notification loss (both from app and when forwarding over GNTP)
- fixed a bug that caused the activity monitor (idle checking) to not start correctly if the settings form was never loaded
- fixed Twitter forwarding regression (Expect100Continue header)
- released Boxcar forwarding plugin