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Fire.app

Fire is a multi-protocol instant messenger client that can handle simultaneous connections to AIM, ICQ, Yahoo IM, IRC, MSN, and Jabber.

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  •  24 Jan 2005 23:01

Release Notes: This release improved compatibility with 10.2 systems and fixed problems with MSN not being available on 10.2, Single Chat Window Mode being unavailable, zero height text entry areas, and Jabber buddies not showing as online. A Czech localization was added.

  •  09 Jan 2005 22:28

Release Notes: This release added tabbed window chatting with three different styles, styled text chats (with eight different styles), and Rendezvous service support for talking to iChat users on your network. Due to the advanced features included in this release, it will only work on Mac OS X 10.2 and above. Users of Mac OS X 10.1 should use the previous version.

  •  18 Jun 2004 10:44

Release Notes: This release addresses some common issues with 1.0.1 including blocking, stability issues with tooltips, email notifications, Jabber authentication, and Yahoo! non-buddies. It has a Czech localization.

  •  26 Apr 2004 01:23

Release Notes: Many changes were made.

  •  03 Feb 2003 02:02

Release Notes: This version features mainly bugfixes, most notably the connection issues with MSN, improves the chat window performance, and introduces new localizations for Spanish, Russian, and Danish.

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25 Apr 2004 19:39 bdash Thumbs up

Re: Fire.app

> Fire is a very good instant messaging
> client. We are standardizing on the use
> of Jabber at my workplace. The only
> impediments for using Fire as the OSX
> Jabber client is the lack of support for
> Jabber chatrooms and SSL. If it
> supported those two features, it'd be a
> great client.

The newly released Fire
1.0 has support for Jabber over SSL. I
am unsure about the status of Jabber chatroom support, but if
you file a feature request I am
sure it will be added in the future.

08 Feb 2003 10:21 CraigABrown

Fire.app
Fire is a very good instant messaging client. We are standardizing on the use of Jabber at my workplace. The only impediments for using Fire as the OSX Jabber client is the lack of support for Jabber chatrooms and SSL. If it supported those two features, it'd be a great client.

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