Close button sends client to the tray, statically linked Qt for OSX.
See the Changelog for list of features and fixes currently only available in the nightly builds.
Well, it's been many months of hard work, and although the new Soulseek client is far from complete, and can't seriously be considered to be a proper replacement for the original client, I've finally reached a point where I feel it's good enough to at least be looked at. If for no other reason than to provide a glimpse at what's to come. If you try it out, expect lots of missing very basic features and bugs of every stripe. Rather than publish at major milestones, I'm going to be regularly posting new public builds here every time I fix or add any small number of things. I've set up this Drupal website just for that purpose, and you can already use it to add and vote on new feature/bugfix requests via the SoulseekQT Requests link above and the'Add content' option on the left. I also intend to keep a very detailed changelog here so you know exactly what you're getting with each new build.
Here's what (sort of) works already, but should be expected to break without any warning or actual heavy use:
Here's what's definitely missing, among many other things:
Other caveats you might want to consider:
That's it for now! Head over to the SoulseekQT download page using the link on the top of the page to try it out. If you intend to comment on this or any future posts, please keep things civil and constructive. I may not be able to respond to every question or comment, but know that I read and take everything posted here into consideration.