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Xirc

Xirc 0.9.9

Xirc is an internet relay chat (IRC) application only for MacOSX written in pure Objective-C using Cocoa frameworks. Xirc is fully integrated with the MacOSX technologies, as like sheets, drag&drop, AddressBook, etc. It is fully scriptable using the...

QuickPopup allows Mac, Windows and Linux users to exchange popup messages with other users on any local area network. Users can easily communicate with anyone on corporate, school and home networks.Requirements:Mac OS X 10.0 or...

Icy Juice

Icy Juice 1.0.2

An ICQ client for Mac OS X. Supports multiple accounts, file transfers and true Occupied and Do Not Disturb behavior.What is new in this release:Fixed a bug in the decoding of UTF-16 messages on Intel.Requirements:Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later; Universal...

Portable iChat is packaged so you can carry around on any portable device, USB thumb drive, iPod, portable hard drive, memory card, other portable device (or also on your internal hard disk), taking your preferences with you. Is a shell scripts, bundled...

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If you love changing your iChat buddy icon, then you'll love More Recent Icons. It expands your iChat recent icons menu to hold four times as many recent icons. Technical Details: Q: How does it work? A: More Recent Icons uses the same proven Ecamm Plugin...

SnapTalk

SnapTalk 5.0.3

SnapTalk provides instant chat, and file transfer on your Mac and/or Windows LAN. SnapTalk installs in less than a minute and requires no administration, configuration or, server. Features include auto-compression of attachments (files and folders),...

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Zirc

Zirc 1

Zirc is an IRC client for Mac OS X. Designed for chat, it is meant to be easy to use, with a simple to use interface. It supports fully customizable colour schemes with support for mIRC colours, threaded DCC file transfers and chats, multiple servers and...

Redbox

Redbox 1.0

ortable, single channel, IRC client for Mac OS X, and Windows. This application has no preferences file, and thus leaves no trace on the computer it's used onRequirements:OS X, Internet...