Step #2 - Know The Rules Of Chat This site whas rules while others have a frequently asked questions page, read them carefully.
We know there are so many loyal fans who have used AIM for decades; and we loved working and building the first chat app of its kind since 1997.
Our focus will always be on providing the kind of innovative experiences consumers want.
This is all designed to make registering nick-names and logging in to IRC easier for end-users. Currently you can test 2.7.90 on Linux, feedback would be appreciated.
That is, with a GUI, without having to remember complicated commands. The automatic crash reporting that was added in previous versions has allowed us to fix lots of rare crash bugs, which should make this release one of the most stable yet. The major addition in this version is system-tray integration.
A major new version of XChat for Windows has been released today: 2.8.7.
Some of the new features including screenshots are listed in this forum post.
This means that you should get a feel for the topic being discussed and the tone being used. If you are making a specific comment about an earlier message, include that part of the message as a quote with your response below.
This also stops you from repeating another User's posting. Step #6 - Mind your internet manners Use your manners boys!
It allows you to join multiple IRC channels (chat rooms) at the same time, talk publicly, private one-on-one conversations etc. This affects people browsing the web with Internet Explorer while XChat is running.
The problem does not exist if Firefox is your default browser.
)Step #4 - The ins and outs of lurking"Lurk" before you leap.