Many folks have probably already been notified of the 1.2.7 update via the Miro auto-updater. That said, Linux users don’t get those automatic notifications — and there have been some really great updates on Linux! Among the most exciting are improvements to the gstreamer renderer.
Changes and fixes in Miro 1.2.7
* FIXED Miro crashes when adding channels via the command line
Changes and fixes in Miro 1.2.6
* FIXED updated default channels
Changes and fixes in Miro 1.2.5
* FIXED better options in dialog that pops up if the videos directory is missing
* Fixed playback resume problems with gstreamer renderer.
* Fixed gstreamer renderer to use gconfvideosink if it can for better playback quality.
Changes and bug fixes in Miro 1.2.4
* NEW Miro logs os.system and os.machine on startup–this will help make it easier to know more about a user’s system from the log
Changes and bug fixes in Miro 1.2.3
* NEW Download mp4 from YouTube? if available and download flv if not
* FIXED Downloaded torrents disappear when play selected
* FIXED New counter doesn’t update until selected
* FIXED Feeds duplicated when updating to co-branded version
* FIXED Problems with menus not being translated for windows-xul and gtkx11 platforms
* FIXED httpclient error
* FIXED Thumbnails are downloaded but not displayed in Hardy
* FIXED Drag and drop does not work in Hardy
* FIXED Fix gtkx11 code so it works with xulrunner 1.9
More details are in the changelog.