What is the best alternative to LimeChat?
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Textual provides a wide range of features for any level of IRC user. It has basic options such as: Native Fullscreen support Native Notification Center support Wide range of keyboard shortcuts And plenty of other basic features you would expect from a quality IRC client. It also has a plethora of advanced features for those looking to get under the hood: SOCK4 and SOCK5 support Full, native support for IPv6 users. Direct Client-to-Client (DCC) file transfer support And many other customization options, such as theming. See More
Plugin documentation includes the following warning: In many functions, for speed reasons, WeeChat does not check if your pointer is correct or not. It’s your job to check you’re giving a valid pointer, otherwise you may see a nice crash report ;) See More
By default WeeChat has a chat area surrounded by a nicklist on the right, title bar on top, and status and input bars at the bottom. The layout, though, can be completely customized and split vertically or horizontally. It supports 256 colors as long as the terminal supports 256 colors as well as bolded, italicized and underlined text. Even includes little touches as differently colored nicknames for people /away. See More
For those looking for a feature packed client, Linkinus 2 is for you. The $8 USD price point is almost justifiable by the feature list. It frovides features not seen in other IRC clients such as embedded media(Youtube, Vimeo, etc.) and can automatically expand shortened URLs. See More
Smuxi offers an option to keep idling in a channel even when all front-end clients are closed. It's possible for a front-end client or multiple front-end clients to connect to a single server. This allows setting up an always on-line server that can be accessed from anywhere. See More