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Jeti

Jeti is a Java Jabber client that supports most chat features such as file transfer, group chat, emoticons, and formatted messages. It can be used as an application or as a Web applet.

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  •  25 Nov 2007 16:00

    Release Notes: This release makes the plugins of Jeti more platform independent. The systemtray and browser link plugins use Java 6 features now, so they should work on all platforms. The sound and idle plugins have improved Linux support. Stream compression (XEP 138) is now also supported.

    •  17 Dec 2006 15:30

      Release Notes: The applet has been updated to use Jeti 0.7.6. Messages can be translated with Altavista's Babelfish. A plugin to automatically color your messages was added. The login window now contains an option to set the priority of your connection. Various other bugfixes and minor improvements were made.

      •  16 Oct 2006 08:44

        Release Notes: This release adds a whiteboard plugin that only works with Jeti and is not compatible with other Jabber clients. of Words can be translated with Altavista's Babelfish. A plugin to automatically color your messages was added. Various other bugfixes and minor improvements were made.

        •  14 Apr 2006 17:32

          Release Notes: The applet has been updated to use Jeti 0.7.5. A background image has been added. The no reconnect on disconnect problem has been fixed. Emoticons and emoticon window closes are sorted on selection. The alert window has colors for different types of events. Ctrl-t to advance tabs and ctrl-shift-t to go back have been added. An option has been added to change Jeti preferences in the applet parameter. An option to invite people to the group chat room on loading Jeti with an autostarting group chat has been added.

          •  07 Apr 2006 17:37

            Release Notes: This release adds a background image in the main window. It fixes a no reconnect on disconnect problem, and sorts emoticons and emoticon window closes on selection. The XMPP URI and the system tray work on Linux. The alert window has colors for different types of events. Auto-connect has been improved. This release adds Ctrl-t to advance tabs and Ctrl-Shift-t to go back. SRV support has been added. STARTTLS and SASL resource binding and session initiating have been added. There is HTTP proxy support through HTTPS connect. Connection error detection has been improved.

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