Re: Missing ICQ features / anyone seen those?
OK. I've tried. It can.
It's a pitty it can't send files, though.
But I still think it would be a nice feature to be able
to at least place some dedicated status icons for a some
select contacts on a panal, whith the ability to initiate
a message to them by clicking on their icons...
On Sat, Mar 09, 2002 at 12:09:05PM +0100, Balazs Javor wrote:
>Thanks! Does it work with the new ICQ protocol?
>On Fri, Mar 08, 2002 at 05:56:28PM -0600, Alex Malinovich wrote:
>>On Fri, 2002-03-08 at 16:10, Balazs Javor wrote:
>>> There are two features I've been missing / would like to have
>>> in ICQ, but I havn't found any implementation with either...
>>> So I thought I bring this up, maybe somebody knows one,
>>> or gets an idea for implementing one :)
>>> 1. The Windows client allow for a pseudo chat like view of
>>> the messages exchanged with somebody and if your counterpary
>>> sends several messages in short (or long) time they will automatically
>>> appear on the top half of the window.
>>> In all (working) Linux client I've seen you need to press the next
>>> message button if a new message arives. This is a bit inconvenient
>>> as I don't always notice them at first and may be replying to only
>>> part of the message :(
>>> 2. I have only relatively few friends on my contact list, so it would
>>> be very nice if it could somehow be completely integrated into the
>>> Gnome panel. Maybe similar to the taskview applet or something like that...
>>> That way there would be no need to open up the separate ICQ window
>>> to see the status of a couple of peole at a glane and to be able to
>>> quickly start conversations with them or send files etc...
>>> For me a panel applet woulf be an ideal place for it.
>>> Unfortunatelly allthough some clients (GnomeICU etc.) have a panel
>>> applet they only display a very small summary number and don't allow
>>> much directly beside changing my status quickly...
>>Well that's certainly intersting... you've just described Gaim... :) You
>>can have an IM style chat window for ICQ, AND it comes with a gnome
>>panel applet. You click the applet, your contact list pops up. Click
>>again, it's gone. The applet will also graphically show your current
>>status. Best of all, it works with AIM, ICQ, MSN, Jabber, and probably
>>quite a few other protocols that I know nothing about. :)
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