ChangeLogs/Changes.txt
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     2 				Adium Version History
     2 				Adium Version History
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     5 Version 1.5.10.3 (03/XX/2017)
     5 Version 1.5.10.3 (04/22/2017)
       
     6  * Fixed an issue where the user interface got corrupted when opening the "Default Client" pane in Adium's advanced preferences.
       
     7  * Updated Sparkle update framework to 1.17.0 from 1.13.1.
       
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    10 Version 1.5.10.3 (04/22/2017)
     6  * Updated libpurple to 2.12.0 from 2.10.12, fixing a security issue that could lead to remote code execution (CVE 2017-2640).
    11  * Updated libpurple to 2.12.0 from 2.10.12, fixing a security issue that could lead to remote code execution (CVE 2017-2640).
     7  * AIM: Updated AIM connectivity for continued AIM support. (#17097)
    12  * AIM: Updated AIM connectivity for continued AIM support. (#17097)
     8  * Facebook Chat: Removed Facebook Chat service. Facebook no longer supports Adium's way of connecting (XMPP).
    13  * Facebook Chat: Removed Facebook Chat service. Facebook no longer supports Adium's way of connecting (XMPP).
     9  * MSN: Removed MSN service. Libpurple no longer supports it. See http://ismsndeadyet.com/
    14  * MSN: Removed MSN service. Libpurple no longer supports it. See http://ismsndeadyet.com/
    10  * Yahoo: Removed Yahoo! service. Libpurple no longer supports it and it hasn't been working since 5 August 2016 as Yahoo has completely reimplemented their protocol. See https://yahoo.tumblr.com/post/145715934739/q2-2016-progress-report-on-our-product This also removes support for Yahoo! Japan. According to http://messenger.yahoo.co.jp/ the service ended 26 March 2014.
    15  * Yahoo: Removed Yahoo! service. Libpurple no longer supports it and it hasn't been working since 5 August 2016 as Yahoo has completely reimplemented their protocol. See https://yahoo.tumblr.com/post/145715934739/q2-2016-progress-report-on-our-product This also removes support for Yahoo! Japan. According to http://messenger.yahoo.co.jp/ the service ended 26 March 2014.