WookieChat allows you to connect to Internet Relay Chat networks (IRC) and chat with other users in a text medium in real-time. Some of the server groups are preconfigured to join an Amiga chat channel upon sucessful connection. Executables are provided for AmigaOS 3.x,4.0, MorphOS and AROS
WookieChat is uncrippled SHAREWARE. If you like this piece of software, please register! Registration is NOT mandatory! No feature is disabled!

Latest Download

1st February 2009 - WookieChat 2.11 AmigaOS 3.x, AmigaOS 4.0, MorphOS and AROS.

Download beta versions of WookieChat here! These are the executables + catalogs only. Please install the full package first, then put the beta exe's in that directory!


Features Include

Tabbed display using either Buttons or a Listview Graphical Smileys
Nick completion using the Tab key Configurable background and text colours with loadable/saveable profiles
Auto-unaway when typing Chat logging, and redisplaying of logs when reopening a tab
Automatic reconnect upon disconnection File Transfer support, with ability to specify a port range to transfer over
Context menu's for performing commands on the nick list Automatic connection of favourite servers
Automatic joining of favourite channels Automatic login for the Nickserv service
User specified startup commands for each IRC network (Perform on connect) Global and also Server specific user preferences
Automatically changes your nick when your ghost times out Direct connection chats
ARexx scripting interface Multiple server support
Buttons/fields to control channel properties Channel List for networks
Supports channel prefixes specified by the server Supports user modes specified by the server
Scripts and Commands can be executed for different Events Configurable highlight for words you want to watch out for
Built-in highlight for whatever your nick is currently set to A counter is displayed showing the total amount of unread messages for each tab
Configurable sound alerts Three coloured states for activity in a tab: 1. non-chat 2. chat 3. highlight
Popups may appear for different events UTF8 to ASCII character conversion
Server password support

I'm usually online on AmigaworldNET #Amigaworld as jahc. You can /msg me if you want. My email address is also listed in the readme in the archive if you need to email me.