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  • Free

Version: 3.6

Released: Feb 01, 1997


Requirements
Unix, Windows 95,NT, Mac

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7.64

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Developer

Matt_Hahnfeld_db

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EveryChat

EveryChat is fast, simple to use, and easy to set up. Completely platform and browser independent. Makes use of frames if available. Free support via our forum. Many add-ons available.

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I gave this rating because it does not stop posting old chats. Our users got mad thinking users were ignoring them. Add a feature to the main script to remove old chats when no one is in the room. I tried the add-on, but it did not work when following the directions to add it to the script precisely. Could be the best script on the internet with a little work.

Posted by ghspector on Mar 29, 2003 Reply

Best so far of the non-Java chat clients we have tested. We are actually having to watch our bandwidth but the chatrooms almost always have people in them.

Posted by Apeman on Jan 02, 2003 Reply

A great script, highly customizable and easy to install, with minimal advertising.

Posted by Al on Feb 13, 2002 Reply

It wasn't that easy to set up. It has bugs and it's slow.

Posted by Acoyauh on Jan 22, 2001 Reply

Posted by Graeme_H on Jun 17, 2000 Reply

Good basic concept, though it can leave you open for other webs to tap into your bandwidth. The easiest I have seen yet.

Posted by mps on May 30, 2000 Reply

It's slow and screen-updates are buggy.

Posted by Gizmotic on Oct 27, 1999 Reply

Easy to setup, looks great, and doesn't give you problems...

Posted by htmlguide on Sep 06, 1999 Reply

The speed is alway the first priority of a chatroom. This one is slow.

Posted by BIPO on Jul 17, 1999 Reply

Posted by sunbing on Jul 16, 1999 Reply

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