Kit is a KDE 2 client for the AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) service (using the TOC protocol) and the ICQ messaging service.
|Tags||Desktop Environment KDE|
Release Notes: This release improves the look and performance of the chat windows and makes it practical to use Kit for ICQ. Nickname support allows for UINs or Screen Names to be associated with a label, and ICQ Mode for the chat windows turns off the sending of HTML markup.
Release Notes: AOL's recent changes have been circumvented, so Kit can complete a connection again.
Release Notes: Beta 10 adds support for SOCKS 5 proxy servers, directory searches, longer screen names, and the latest KDE 2 beta release.
Release Notes: Fixes for all build problems with adoption of the KDE build system, and removal of the dependency on libpthread and Linux-isms for greater portability.
Release Notes: In addition to bugfixes, the chat window has been made over, and now has full support for colorful messages, both sending and receiving.