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ScrollZ

ScrollZ

ScrollZ is an advanced open source Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client based on ircII.

It adds features normally found in ircII scripts like Toolz, PhoEniX, GargOyle or Lice.

The software incorporates many useful features found in all sorts of scripts. The main difference between these scripts and ScrollZ is the code - whereas ircII scripts take a lot of disk and memory space and run slowly, ScrollZ only takes a couple of extra kilobytes compared to stock ircII client yet runs faster than any ircII script.

The ScrollZ project was formery known as C-Toolz.

 ScrollZ 2.2.3

Price
Free to download

Size
0.9MB
License

Revised BSD license

Developer
flier and contributors

Website
www.scrollz.info

System Requirements
libncurses
libgnutls

Support:
Documentation

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Multi-server windowing
  • Split level windows (customizable assignments)
  • Hidden / dynamic windows
  • Full termcap & curses support
  • Alerts
  • Color support
  • Internal userlist
  • A lot of things are stored in memory, minimising contact with the server
  • Improved file exchange
  • Improved cosmetics
  • Improved flood protection
  • Adds channel protection
  • Comes with user-friendly options like tab key, auto reply and URL catcher
  • Logs events important to you when you are away (customizable)
  • Adds OperVision
  • CDCC management
  • Multiple methods of encryption
  • Full Secure Socket Layer support
  • Supports virtual IP
  • DCC speed reporting
  • Ipv6

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