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    BEEEsH
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    A Good IRC client
    Anyone know of any?

    On my PC I used to just download Mirc.

    anyone?

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    Another vote for Colloquy. Very good IRC client for OSX.

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    Colloguy!

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    Hrm? I've never heard of Colloguy. I'll need to ditch Colloquy and try Colloguy now.

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    BEEEsH
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    Quote Originally Posted by rs2sensen
    Colloguy!
    Awesome, thanks guys.

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    KuruMonkey
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    I've also used one called Conversation, and that is perfectly good too.

    (actually I put conversation on my powerbook, and then went to put it on the powermac, made a mistake and put on colloquy. It took me a while to realise the error, they're that similar - I vaguely prefer Conversation though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KuruMonkey
    I've also used one called Conversation, and that is perfectly good too.

    (actually I put conversation on my powerbook, and then went to put it on the powermac, made a mistake and put on colloquy. It took me a while to realise the error, they're that similar - I vaguely prefer Conversation though)
    Conversation works here... :-)

    cheers - pistooli
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    Quote Originally Posted by iWhat
    Hrm? I've never heard of Colloguy. I'll need to ditch Colloquy and try Colloguy now.
    lol, I was thinking the same thing. But since Graphite said it, I decided it must be right! Next time I'll remember to actually look up the name of the software I use!

    Conversation is good, but I like Colloquy better! And to everybody, it is Colloquy, not Colloguy! (stupid name anyways, lol...)

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    i use Xchat aqua , There site

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