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# 31756 29-Mar-2009 17:11
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The heading says it is,

I want an IRC client, but i cant seem to find the right one.

I want one that puts highlighted messages into a seperate window so i can deal with them seperately so i know who is actually talking to me.

i cant find any IRC client that does this for me currently.


Im currently running ice chat.. Nice program, but doesnt seem to have this feature from whati see.

Preferably one that is easy to set up, but i can do technical if thats all there is to offer.

if you need any more info because ive (probably) been too vague, let me know :)



Have a good afternoon all,

Aaron





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  # 204007 29-Mar-2009 17:12
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mIRC maybe? x-chat?




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  # 204013 29-Mar-2009 17:27
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kobiak: mIRC maybe? x-chat?


Hi there, thanks for your response.

I have tried both of these programs, and it doesnt seem they support this..





 
 
 
 


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  # 204021 29-Mar-2009 18:06
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windows == mIRC (great client for windows which is free but, if you continue to use it please pay for it.)

linux == x-chat

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  # 204079 29-Mar-2009 22:01
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mIRC + a script will do what you want. Check out http://www.mircscripts.org etc.

bzerk: windows == mIRC (great client for windows which is free but, if you continue to use it please pay for it.)

mIRC is not free, it has a free trial period. You can get a coupon for $10 USD registration once the trial ends (regular price is $20 USD).




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  # 204507 31-Mar-2009 19:30
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Like I said you can use it for as long as you want but also have the option of paying for it

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