Mirage – customizable, keyboard-operable Matrix chat client

Mirage is a fancy, customizable, keyboard-operable Matrix chat client for encrypted and decentralized communication.

This software is in an alpha stage of development.

Mirage is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • General:
    • Fluid, responsive interface that adapts to any window size.
    • Toggleable compact mode.
    • Customizable keyboard shortcuts for everything, including switching rooms, navigating messages, sending/opening files…
    • Versatile theming system, properties can refer to each other and have any valid ECMAScript 7 expression as values:
      • Comes by default with dark and transparent themes.
    • Desktop notifications, sounds and window alerts.
    • Support for HTTP and SOCKS5 proxies including TOR.
  • Accounts:
    • Built-in public homeservers list.
    • Multiple accounts in one client.
    • SSO and password authentication.
    • Set your display name and profile picture.
    • Import/export E2E key files.
    • Inspect, rename, manually verify and sign out one or multiple sessions.
    • Sessions for accounts within the same client automatically verify each others.
    • Set your account’s presence to online, unavailable, invisible or offline.
    • Set custom status messages.
    • Automatically set your status to unavailable after a period of inactivity.
    • Advanced push rules editor.
  • Rooms:
    • Create, join, leave and forget rooms.
    • Send, accept and refuse invites.
    • Edit the room’s name, topic, invite requirement, guest access and enable E2E.
    • Kick, ban and set the power level of users.
    • Pin rooms to the top of the list.
    • Unread message and highlight counters.
    • Sending read receipts to mark rooms as read.
    • Seeing who has read a message and when.
    • Inspect and manually verify other users’ E2E sessions.
    • See other users’ presence, status message and last seen time.
    • Typing notifications.
  • Messages:
    • Send and receive E2E encrypted messages.
    • Send and receive emote messages (e.g. /me reads attentively).
    • Receive notice (bot) messages.
    • Send markdown formatted messages.
    • Additional syntax for coloring text, e.g. (Some text…) – SVG/CSS color names, #RGB, #RRGGBB and #AARRGGBB hex codes can be used.
    • Send and receive normal or E2E encrypted files.
    • Client-side Matrix & HTTP URL image previews, including animated GIF.
    • Upload images by pasting or drag-and-drop.
    • Full-size image viewer.
    • User ID, display names, room ID and room aliases mentions.
    • Autocompletion for usernames and user ID.
    • Individual and mass message removal.
    • Sending rich replies.

Website: github.com/mirukana/mirage
Support: Documentation
Developer: Mirage authors & contributors
License: GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0

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Mirage is written in QML and Python. Learn QML with our recommended free tutorials. Learn Python with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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