[Juser] Jabber client for Mac OS 9?
edjusted at layerblue.net
Thu Jan 15 13:34:07 CST 2004
Just wondering if you've had any luck tracking down the TVJab developer(s). Heck we're even willing to pay a bit of money just to have them remove the expiration date for version 0.74.
>OK, I'll see what I can do...
>On Wed, Dec 31, 2003 at 10:25:23AM -0800, e. wu wrote:
>> Since 0.74 is a beta, when you launch it after 12/31/03, it says that it's expired and to download a new copy. The latest version also had this problem a few months ago but the developer removed the expiration on that version. Unfortunately the newer versions introduced a bug that slows everything in OS 9 down to a crawl, which is why we're still using 0.74.
>> We've tried using Jabbernaut but it's not as user-friendly as TVJab. If you could actually track down the developer and get him to provide a non-expiring version 0.74 that would be wonderful!
>> I wish we had the funds/time/training to move everyone to OS X but that won't happen for a while...
>> Best regards,
>> >On Tue, Dec 30, 2003 at 09:27:27PM -0800, e. wu wrote:
>> >> I have about 30 users at my office using TVJab on Mac OS 9. Unfortunately the only usable version is 0.74 (not the most current 0.77) and that's set to expire at the end of the year. The developer(s) are apparently off doing other projects and impossible to find, so I'm in a bind. Are there any other Mac OS 9 clients we can use to connect to Jabber?
>> >Unfortunately, there's not a lot of development going on for OS 9, since
>> >it is perceived as a legacy platform. What do you mean that 0.74 is set
>> >to expire? The only other Jabber client I know of for OS 9 is Jabbernaut
>> >and it's even older than TVJab:
>> >I may be able to track down the TVJab developers for you.
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