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sfx#32 swarm of dead insects
written by Lkraider on Jul 03, 2004 01:28
If people are interested, I could put a java IRC program on my server so people can access it without needing to dload a program.

Tho I recommend you use an external program; and if you have Mozilla Firefox, you can use the Chatzilla extension.
oatmeal, are you crazy?
written by Raptorjedi on Jul 03, 2004 02:24
Lkraider said:
Tho I recommend you use an external program; and if you have Mozilla Firefox, you can use the Chatzilla extension.
Or just normal Mozilla, since it comes with both.
sfx#32 swarm of dead insects
written by Lkraider on Jul 03, 2004 02:27
Well, Firefox is faster than Mozilla and generally better if you are looking for just a good browser. And since Chatzilla is only 175kb extension, you don't need to dload all the Mozilla package just to add this function.
oatmeal, are you crazy?
written by Raptorjedi on Jul 03, 2004 02:30
Well if someone already has Mozilla (not firefox) then they can use the Chatzilla that comes with that. I started using Mozilla when firefox had like... just came out, so I never got firefox. I think we can settle this which browser is better argument right here in this thread. Doesn't matter what people choose to use, because they are all better than IE.
sumting need doing?
written by Lightning4 on Jul 03, 2004 02:38
Hehe, I finally broke myself off of IE. I now use Mozilla.
electronic engineer!
written by Leniad on Jul 03, 2004 12:49
It doesn't matter which one you use, as long as it isn't IE we're all happy
who needs titles?
written by Pomelos on Jul 03, 2004 18:00
I would even be happy if you were to use IE, but I'm a happy guy.
doing pushups
written by Megagun on Jul 03, 2004 19:33
No! Not IE! AIIIEEE!!!!

Internet Eradicator. Internet Emergency-maker. Ugh!

You know, I was always satisfied with IE.. But since I've got Firefox, i can't go back to it.. I keep trying to use mouse gestures in it when I open it.. :S

I even voted for having Firefox installed at my school. But do they ever listen to me? No! Never!

spot the quote and you'll get a cookie!
written by Shadowclaw on Jul 04, 2004 20:40
I retitled the thread... maybe a few newbies will notice it better.

EDIT: Let's get back on topic, people
written by Chad on Jul 04, 2004 22:37
I'll look at some alternatives. So far I found a good Java Client that works. Seems to show the IP address of the person so you might be able to ban them. And so forth. I'll keep you updated.
written by Chad on Jul 06, 2004 05:31
If you wanna use it, let me know and I'll post the link for everyone. Lets see if this one's alittle better.
written by Shadowclaw on Oct 12, 2004 13:23
Now that the site has returned, I'd like to reiterate the importance of having a method of communication in case of site problems such as recently happened. I suspect that without such a method, the community would have fallen apart.

I strongly urge people to start using IRC more. For a start, it isn't dependant on EZ-Web-Hosting for its operation. *stops before he starts slagging off Frespych*
lost, not forgotten
written by Alex on Oct 12, 2004 13:45
That's so true.
It helped a lot and it's clear for everyone.
Come to IRC, people: it won't eat you.
hello! :) felysian
written by Hello! :) on Oct 12, 2004 20:23
Shadowclaw said:
I strongly urge people to start using IRC more. For a start, it isn't dependant on EZ-Web-Hosting for its operation.*
I hope, with that comment, we can depend on the reliability of the IRC server when ez-web-hosting is down...
written by Shadowclaw on Oct 12, 2004 20:51
I try to keep downtime as low as I can, and also try to give a warning on here when it's going to happen...unless it's beyond my control, such as if NTL screws around.
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