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Review: Alpaxo Software Quackenchat 0.5.2

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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2007-04-23 6:00 PM
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Developed in 1988 to usher in a new era of peer to peer network communication, IRC is one of the oldest forms of real-time cyber communication, and also one of the most controversial.

While there have been IRC clients for the Handheld PC for a number of years, they have often lacked the simplicity of the protocol and features of desktop standard IRC clients. Alpaxo Software's Quackenchat aims to address the balance using a common run-time format to provide support for virtually any Handheld PC and Windows CE Core device - all in 80 KB.

Charles Hague signs on in his latest review here on HPC:Factor, and lets us know why Quackenchat has succeeded in muscling in on the competition.

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cmonex Page Icon Posted 2007-04-23 6:25 PM
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network lag readout? maybe perform a whois. good instead of a ping if that isn't implemented.
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2007-04-23 8:49 PM
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Another well-written review by chazco.

Quackenchat works well for me. With its broad compatibility across CPU types and OS versions, I agree that it's a must to have. Even more so since it's freeware.
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mr-mac Page Icon Posted 2007-04-24 5:19 AM
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Doesn't work on Sig 3

Well it installs ok and creates a directory with 3 files and a shortcut in Start Menu > Program files. Just comes up with an error in Japanease when you try to run it though...

Will try it on my J720 later

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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2007-04-24 6:53 AM
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mr-mac,

Please ensure that you have the Visual Basic Runtimes on the SIII - you can download them from http://www.hpcfactor.com/developer/
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mr-mac Page Icon Posted 2007-04-24 7:29 AM
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DOH!....

Missed that bit (did wonder why there wasn't an exe file)...

Will install them later.

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mr-mac Page Icon Posted 2007-04-25 4:04 PM
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C:Amie - 2007-04-24 11:53 AM

mr-mac,

Please ensure that you have the Visual Basic Runtimes on the SIII - you can download them from http://www.hpcfactor.com/developer/


Which one do I install???

I downloaded and tried a few but no joy yet...

John
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~^^~ tai~ ban~ hack sao day choy`
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