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Kopete

   0.12.1  

KDE Chat Application

Score 82%
Kopete
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Kopete
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Link:  http://kopete.kde.org
Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  14153
Submitted:  Jan 5 2004
Updated:  Jul 14 2006

Description:

Kopete is a multi-protocol instant messenger, supporting Jabber, ICQ, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, IRC, MSN Messenger, and Yahoo! Messenger written for the KDE desktop.

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This is Kopete 0.12.1. It should compile and work with KDE versions 3.3, 3.4, and 3.5. It contains fixes for the ICQ client is too old error.

Installation Instructions
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Make sure you have at least KDE 3.3 and Qt 3.3 before compiling this
release. Please be sure to install this version over the version
you have installed currently. run the command 'kde-config
--prefix' to see what prefix you should pass to configure. Or you
can do something like this:

./configure --prefix=`kde-config --prefix`

Kopete will probably fail to work correctly if it is not installed in
he correct place. If you need more help please send a mail to
kopete-devel@kde.org or join us on irc in the #kopete channel at
irc.freenode.org. Please keep in mind that you may not get an
immediate response when asking questions.




Changelog:

Changes since Kopete 0.12.0

General Fixes

* Fix Bug 127749: kopete freezes on desktop right click
* Fix Bug 126784: kopete trims incoming/outgoing text on display
* Fix Bug 127843: keyboard shortcut configuration is not preserved
* Fix Bug 126029: The avatar showed in metacontact property is always the one
of the first account available.
* Add the "No avatars" variant to the "Clear" style.
* Fix Bug 94057: Contacts and groups for the account are now deleted from the contact list when the account is removed.
* change the behavior icon in the config panel
* Better handling of nick link in the chat window (BUG 127780 and 127016)

Jabber Protocol

* Fix Bug 127811: Can't subscribe to services on many Jabber servers
* Fix joining groupchat when we are invited using the muc protocol.
* Fix bug 122987: voice-call is always shown as available in chat-window
* Fix bug 129059: Workaround broken SMS gateway
* Send unavailable presence instead of invisible to appears invisible to some contact or gateway.
* Fix bug 129081: jabber treats contact as account
* remove empty metacontact when we remove a contact. (really useful when removing a gateway)
* Stop typing right before sending message, not right after.
* Fix bug 129778: Remove resources when an error occurs
* Fix the user info in groupchat

IRC Protocol

* Fix bug 123286: Remove minimum port to allow connections over trusted ports, such as port 80

Yahoo Protocol

* Send proper pictureflag.
* Fix buddy icon upload.
* Notify about server messages
* Fix crash after canceled filetransfers.
* Fix endless spawning of error messages when local YAB looses synch to serverside YAB. Also remove mem leak.

AIM and ICQ protocols

* Fix bug 127866: ICQ Whitepages search doesn't work
* Fix bug 127939: [icq/ui] search for uin when whitepages tab selected
* Fixed bug where ICQ search dialog cannot be open second time when closed with escape key.
* Fix bug 129366: Connection to ICQ server fails every few seconds.
* Fix bug 130630: ICQ server thinks the client you are using is too old




LicenseGPL
Source(Kopete Source Package (.bz2))
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 would like to use it

 
 by wjarosz on: Mar 4 2004
 
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But there are a couple of showstoppers for me which prevent me from switching from Gaim. I thought I would share them here hoping that, if they aren't already being worked on, this would help to fix these minor problems.

The two most common things I (and argueably others) do when on IM is to send an instant message, and to check the status/info of a buddy. Sending an IM is quick, either double click, or right click and its the first menu item. To get buddy info, however, I must right click, mouse all the way down to the bottom item, go into a submenu, and go all the way down to the 3rd to bottom item. This just seems silly.

In trying to figure out a quick way to get buddy info, I thought maybe there is a buddy info button I can add to some toolbar, but I could not find any.

I have not found a way to fix these two related issues, but I am far from an expert of kopete, so I may have missed something. Is there a way to fix these?


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 Re: would like to use it

 
 by dirge on: Mar 10 2004
 
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Try right-clicking not on the contact/buddy name, but on one of the protocol icons to the right. You should get a context menu with "User Info" right away.


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 Re: Re: would like to use it

 
 by wjarosz on: Mar 10 2004
 
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A bit better, but IMO this is a bit obscure, and the user info item is still the 3rd to last in the menu (but at least its not within a submenu). I hope this doesn't pass as being bitchy, just trying to voice my opinion on usability.


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 Re: would like to use it

 
 by shafff on: Mar 27 2004
 
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kopete sucks, try sim-icq.sf.net


Nickolai Shaforostoff, KDE Russian Translation Team
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 Re: Re: would like to use it

 
 by mETz on: Apr 3 2004
 
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sim-icq sucks, try trillian :P


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 Re: Re: Re: would like to use it

 
 by leinir on: Apr 22 2004
 
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leinirleinir
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon
editor
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trillian and sim sucks, try kopete ;)


..Dan // Leinir
http://www.leinir.dk/

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 while we're at it...

 
 by jhorey on: Mar 20 2004
 
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The main thing that bothers me about Kopete is the lack of buddy icons. This may sound really trivial, but hey I think it's small things like this that distinguish good programs from great programs. I have heard that one of the main developers is working on this however... Hopefully next release :)


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 Re: while we're at it...

 
 by shafff on: Apr 1 2004
 
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why wait if you can enjoy nice IM gui right now?

sim-icq.sf.net


Nickolai Shaforostoff, KDE Russian Translation Team
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 Re: Re: while we're at it...

 
 by mETz on: Apr 3 2004
 
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wait because the sim gui actually is not nice at all


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 Re: while we're at it...

 
 by leinir on: Apr 22 2004
 
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leinirleinir
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Buddy icons are supported for some protocols, but it's not quite as stable as you might wish it to be. But it's getting there :)


..Dan // Leinir
http://www.leinir.dk/

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 Kopetes great

 
 by adz21c on: Apr 8 2004
 
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I think kopetes great, some of the plugins are good. What would be cool though, is if I could invite my contacts to stuff like gnomemeeting, like i think i saw in KMess.
Also, one thing I like about a messenger used in windows called trillian, is the way it can be skinned. If these could be added to it I think it would be a top messenger.


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 Re: Skinning

 
 by leinir on: Apr 22 2004
 
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leinirleinir
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon
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Home

Kopete will probably never support skinning, because of a political decision in the Kopete team to make a 100% KDE UI instant messaging client. This means, that it follows standard KDE behaviour all the way down to the mouse single/doublt click in the list, and also that it simply uses the standard UI theme to draw it's widgets. However, you can theme your chat sessions (best example of how extremely you can do this is the iChat Kopete theme found on kde-look.org).


..Dan // Leinir
http://www.leinir.dk/

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 video

 
 by pivarac on: Apr 30 2004
 
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I use Kopete on a regular basis, and think its just great - the feature I really miss is a way to have video chat, all major IM clients out there support this (iChat, e.g.); so, plz implement this, much more important than buddy icons imho. yes, and sending files, pics for example, is there any way to do that?


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 Re: video

 
 by RockHound on: May 1 2004
 
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Maybe intigrate konference (also found here) since it is a kpart. This would help both projects grow to a mature communication platform. Just my two cents!

Greetings,

Martin


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 video

 
 by pivarac on: May 1 2004
 
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Yes, that would be really kool, similar suggestion was posted on the thread concerning Konference, but unfortunately I haven't been able to compile and try out that app till this day, so...more work should definetly be invested in Konference, and it's integration with Kopete.


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 Receiving files

 
 by Dannrc on: May 4 2004
 
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My kopete works great, and i'm loving it.
In the other hand, there's some troubles.

In first, i have a problem on receiving files. I used to believe that kopete don't receive files until it ocurred first (and a second too) time. After, it never hapenned again. What's happening?

In second, when i send files to my contacts, it takes a long time before they seeing a receiving notification.

In Third, nobody see the pictures i let for visualization in
"'kopete configuration' -> 'accounts' -> 'MSN' -> 'modify' -> 'informations'".
I translated to english, from my language, so i don't know if the names are allright, but i think it's easy to have an idea of how i'm doing.


Yuhow! KDE'ng everything!
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