Chattie

by Nielz
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To download this game for your Linux/Mac installation, enter this on your command line:

DreamDownload byond://Nielz.Chattie##version=101

Emulator users, in the BYOND pager go to File | Open Location and enter this URL:

byond://Nielz.Chattie##version=101

896 downloads
Version 2.3.5
Date added: Jul 1 2011
Last updated: Jun 13
Last played: Jul 27
65 fans
Share files, code and your favourite music, play mini games with your friends, and ofcourse: chat! [More]

Waiting List

Only Windows users can play this game. If you have an emulator, you can join the waiting list to be informed when a new server is ready to play.

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Chattie is an easy-to-use chat client and server with a light and appealing design, while still offering a good variety of features and options to the user.


Key features:

- exporting and importing your personal settings;
- nicknames and nickname colors;
- customizable chat font and color;
- customizable window colors;
- customizable window opacity/transparency;
- timestamps in chat;
- private chat boxes with independent moderation options;
- sharing music, files, images and code;
- composing a list of allowed keys, and/or;
- password-protection for the server;
- adding moderators;
- kicking, banning and muting;
- logging of public chatter;
- flood protection;
- client-side censoring;
- ignoring (client-side muting);
- whispering (sending private messages to other users);
- custom login/logout messages;
- a custom message of the day / greeting message;
- multi-player minigames: Hangman and Snake (experimental);
- built-in system for "watching" other BYOND games.


Also check out Server Tool, the free tool to minimize the downtime of your game that is caused by crashes and freezes.

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Comments

Lugia319: (Jul 3 2012, 10:44 pm)
Another suggestion for the music. You know how in Browse Shared Music it has Play/Stop/Download? I suggest an additional button that has [Repeat]. Clicking repeat allows you to listen to the midi on repeat until you choose to stop it. This is mostly for midis that come from video games that are say 30-60 seconds long or just sound better when looped (If you are familiar with video game music, you'll note that they usually end on the V if they're meant to be looped, so they never "truly" cadence)

I assume a follow-up question would be to ask if it should apply to "Play Now" and frankly, I say no. We already have to click yes or no when someone plays a midi, to offer another "Would you like it to repeat" seems silly for two reasons. 1. If you've never heard it before, you probably don't want to repeat it until you know you like it. 2. I am in favour of "one click" interfaces. Adding another box to click just seems annoying.
Nielz: (Aug 12 2011, 9:48 am)
All done.
Nielz: (Aug 12 2011, 9:06 am)
XenoLeaf wrote:
Nah, what I mean was a way for me to disable the vote completely. Cause yeah, we are two in my room and waiting for vote is annoying...

I guess I could add a toggle for the administrator.
XenoLeaf: (Aug 11 2011, 8:24 pm)
Nah, what I mean was a way for me to disable the vote completely. Cause yeah, we are two in my room and waiting for vote is annoying...
Lugia319: (Aug 11 2011, 8:15 pm)
Not disabling it, unless you mean disabling it after all the votes go in. I'll explain what I mean.

2 people are in the server. One plays a midi. Both vote yes, but the time until the midi is actually played is 1 minute (until the vote has passed)

The reason I don't think that this would be a bad idea, is because (to my knowledge) people logging in do not hear the active midi. Soooooo yeah.