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Re: great program but...
> etc. just sit in a file in the
> .centericq/ folder. if this file was
> encrypted i feel the program would be
The passwords are transmitted almost in a raw text for all the supported IM protocols, so it's easy to sniff them even if they're stored encrypted. Also, if someone has access to the config file, he also can access an encryption key and other stuff easily. So specially for those who don't like the fact the passwords are stored in the config file, it's possible to turn off "remembering" of passwords.
Re: Segfault on fast input when not in message mode
> not in message mode, pasting a
> 25-character or longer string into
> CenterICQ will cause a segmentation
> fault (any characters beyond the 25th
> will just appear on the prompt after
> CenterICQ segfaults).
Thank you for the report. However, it's not about pasing and 25-symbols length at all. Just a hint: try to remove the "r" symbols from a string you paste, or move a cursor somewhere to a contact list item which is not a group header. This bug is actually segfault on an attempt to rename a group header. Though, if I'm wrong I'm waiting a gdb output on the core dump from you.