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Posted 22 October 2011 - 05:28 PM

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Resource Type: Application
Version: 2.0 (20000)
Compatibility: IP.Board 3.2


Description
This application implements Mibbit or "PJIRC" in to your current forum layout. Most of the settings are controllable trough your ACP.


Mibbit vs PJIRC
Mibbit have been added as a recommended option to this new version. Mibbit is powered by AJAX, and is thus much quicker than the Java applet PJIRC uses. PJIRC is also very outdated, and haven't recieved an update in many years. New versions of Java will also flag the PJIRC applet as unthrusted/unsigned, which might scare your users.

Mibbit is ready to be used straight out of the box. How ever, if you have a custom skin with a different color scheme than the default IP.Board skin, you might want to change the colors used in Mibbit. To do this you'll have to go to their Widget Manager and create your own widget. This allows you to choose your own skin, or even customize it with your personal color scheme.
When you've signed up, you'll get a confirmation email from Mibbit. In this email you'll see your new "Settings ID", this ID will have to be placed instead of the existing ID in the iRC Chat settings.

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