One of our open source dependencies had a security vulnerability. This release just updates all dependencies for the fursona sticker switcher.
- You can now tag stickers and filter by tags. When you import stickers from Telegram, it automatically uses the sticker pack name as a tag.
- Help > About tells you app version information, where/how to support this project, etc.
Fixed a regression in v0.3.1 that broke the "are you sure you want to exit?" if you have unsaved changes prompt.
- Updated Electron to v4.1.1.
- Fixed issues with dragging and dropping sticker.
- Made some file system operations asynchronous for performance reasons.
Note: One of the dependencies has a
sev:med vulnerability with YAML parsing. This app doesn't parse YAML scripts, and the upstream package that requires the YAML parser has yet to release an update. If you see an
npm audit warning, that's why.
You can now import stickers directly from Telegram!
The README has been updated with instructions for how to accomplish Telegram sticker importing.
Fixed two bugs related to drag-n-drop. One reported by Kiit Lock, the other discovered while testing on my stream.
- We now have releases for Mac OS X and Linux (x64) users
- The README has been updated with install instructions for Mac and Linux users
- New Features
- You can now drag and drop image files from Windows explorer (or your OS equivalent) into the app to add them instead of using the File Menu
- You can now right click stickers to remove them from your active profile
- You can now rearrange stickers by dragging and dropping them
- The app will now prompt you if you attempt to close the app with unsaved changes
This is the first alpha release of the Fursona Sticker Switcher app. See it in action.
Go to the Releases
page and download the latest release for your operating system.
Once you have the appropriate archive downloaded, extract it.
First, clone our repository using git. Then, run
npm install --save.
Using this App on Windows
At the top of your screen, you will see a textbox labelled "Image Source".
Copy and paste this into the file path for an Image Source in your streaming
You may edit this field if you have a specific file destination in mind.
Now go to File > Add Image to add your stickers.
Once you click on the sticker, it should update in your streaming software.
Caveats with Animated GIFs and Streamlabs OBS
If you append
.gif to the Image Source file path, you can use GIFs (but
only GIFs) and they will animate. If you leave the image source without an
extension, it works with all image types, but GIFs will not be animated.
In the future, I'll devise a workaround (even if it means sending a pull
request to Streamlabs OBS) to make this usability wart go away.