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garfy

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i have a lot of users using chat on my site so i am interested in having a chat on it

is there a plugin for that that is working with 1,4 version of geeklog

i use to use phpmychat but people are saying it is very slow

is there a way to get a better option??

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beewee

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Location:The Netherlands, where else?
There is a simple Chatterblock available
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dewdoobrown

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I use FlashChat. It only cost $5 and it is integrated w/geeklog Smile
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garfy

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can you give me more info on that??

where can i find the demo, is it fast enough?

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Tater

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We used flashchat (The $5 version) for awhile on our site and it got really slow when it got over 25 users

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LWC

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You can always just provide a link to gabbly.com/yoursite...(no http:// in yoursite).
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SteadFastStylee

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If you have phpBB integrated into your geeklog it's pretty simple to add in chat-mod which is a now unsupported phpBB mod that uses pjIRC...free, room sits on a pre-existing IRC server, and bots and such are highly avaiable if you monitor from a regular IRC client....the mod is kinda hard to find so I keep it on my server for anyone to grab:
http://www.saltwarz.com/ChatMOD-FULLPKG.zip
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TrappedOnEarth

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Quote by garfy: can you give me more info on that??

where can i find the demo, is it fast enough?



I am not using it myself, but I just Googled it to see what it is like. There is a demo and more information about it here. It includes instructions for installing it with Geeklog. But as I said, I have not used it myself at this time.

Cheers,
Louis
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