I finally got around to useing trillan.

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by epicelite, Dec 26, 2008.

  1. epicelite
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    epicelite Equal opportunity ass kicker.

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    So AIM decided our relationship needed to end, I had no problems with AIM but today it decided to open FUCKING TONS on internet explorer windows because one of the adds was all wired?

    Well anyway, I am looking for a plugin for trillan that will let me "drag and drop highlighted text" like in firefox!

    Because that shit is SOOOOO cash! (whatever that means anyway?)

    So yea, please help!
     
  2. notnarb

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    I believe you can in pidgin
     
  3. epicelite
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    Well I want JUST a calculator not a program that does 100 things. )^=
     
  4. gokujr1000

    gokujr1000 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    A calculator? either buy one or go on the internet and use one
     
  5. InuYasha

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    People still use AIM? [​IMG]
     
  6. UltraMagnus

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    trillian sucks, i used to use it but it was buggy, annoying, and slow. pidgin is far, far, better, and supports more protocols.
     
  7. sk3tch

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    Another vote for Pidgin...and I am even a registered owner of Trillian Pro (work bought it).
     
  8. xanth

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    I used to use pidgin. Definitely would have to recommend it.

    I use Digsby now though, which is nice because it also lets you connect to Facebook chat (and I think myspace and twitter, but I don't have accounts on those).

    It's cool because a lot of my friends who don't use traditional IM programs do check their facebook a lot, so it's a way to keep up with them without having the page open all the time.

    Does have a couple bugs though.