Invision 3.3
Written by Riamus   
Nov 11, 2011 at 11:11 AM

Invision 3.3 is now available.  There are a variety of new features including an improved Telnet "client" as well as an additional ANSI Telnet "client" that will allow you to view ANSI graphics.  For more information on the ANSI Telnet feature, please check the sticky on the forum.  The DCC Speed Window feature has also been improved so that it is incorporated into the toolbar instead of being in a popup window.  In addition, a date/time feature is available to also add to your toolbar if you are interested.  You can click the date or time on it to change the format.  The last major new feature is a new encryption method that works with mIRC 7.x and Unicode.  You use it the same way as before, but it works a little differently in the background.  Keep in mind that encryption will not work between older versions of mIRC/Invision and Invision 3.3 with mIRC 7.1+.

For more details on other new features, changes, and bug fixes, click Read More below or check the forum.

mIRC 7.22
Written by Riamus   
Oct 13, 2011 at 02:19 PM

mIRC 7.22 is available for download.  It is recommended that everyone update mIRC to the newest version.  Invision will work correctly on mIRC 7.22.

Invision 3.2 for mIRC 7.1
Written by Riamus   
Jul 30, 2010 at 10:28 PM

Invision 3.2 is now available.  It is only available for mIRC 7.1 or newer.  It will not work properly on older versions of mIRC.  If you want to use Invision on an older version of mIRC, you can still download Invision 3.1.3 and use that.  Also, Invision 3.1.3 won't work with mIRC 7.1, so if you want to use the newest mIRC, you need to use the newest Invision.  Please note that you should NOT update an older copy of Invision to version 3.2.  You will be able to update 3.2 to the next versions, but due to the many changes in Invision and mIRC, an update from 3.1.3 or older to 3.2 is not a good idea.  Please only do a clean installation this time.


This version of Invision includes many changes to make it work with the new unicode version of mIRC as well as a variety of fixes and changes.  It also includes our first real installer.  Please note that although this installer has been tested, it is still our first public use of it and it may need improvements.  If you have any problems with it, please let us know on the forum so we can fix the problems.  It will give you 3 options for installation - Update Invision, Invision Only, and Invision + mIRC.  Update Invision allows you to update a copy of Invision that is already installed without losing any of your settings.  Again, remember not to update an older version this time around.  The second option (Invision Only) can be used if you already have mIRC 7.1 installed and you just ant to add Invision to the installation.  Make sure that you choose the same folder that mIRC is installed in.  The final option will automatically download mIRC 7.1 for you and run the installer.  We are no longer providing mIRC with Invision itself, so this lets you download it without having to go to the site and download it manually.  For this to work, make sure you are not blocking the installer from access to the internet.  Also, you MUST install mIRC to the exact same folder as you chose for the Invision installation.  If you install somewhere else or click OK before installing mIRC (when asked), you'll have to re-run the installer with the correct folders and wait to press OK until after mIRC is installed.


You can view the sticky in the forum for help on installing Invision with the installer.  If you have any problems at all, please let us know and then you can try just using the Invision Only option after manually downloading and installing mIRC.  That's the option that is potentially the least confusing method.  We'll try to improve on the process for future versions.  However, there are issues with both the installer and mIRC's installer that limit us from doing some things that would make the process easier.

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