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23-Mar-2020 04:21

What happened to old chat room and why introduce a new chat software?

Both of the old chat room sofwares where 3rd party and making changes to them were both hard and time consuming, so we now have created a custom chat software of our own to overcome those problems.

Block users This is the list of members you have blocked and you can unblock them from here.

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System message This option allows to you see or hide "user entered room" and "user left room" messages.The options available on settings page are as below: Name colour Name colour option allows you to change your nickname's colour and will appear to others in the selected colour.A random colour is chosen by default for you when you join the chat.All chats are "anonymous chats" - they don't require any personal information - you simply choose a nickname and enter the chatroom.

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If you become a regular visitor though, you may wish to register your nickname.Middle of the page shows all the messages exchanged in the room.



"$name" =~ '[A-Za-z ]' ]]; do read -p "Wrong name format. "$ip" =~ '^((25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01][0-9][0-9]|[0-9])[.])(25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01][0-9][0-9]|[0-9])$' ]]; do read -p "Not an IP. /bin/sh echo "Enter a name:" read FULL_NAME FULL_NAME_REPLACED="$(echo $FULL_NAME | tr ' ' _)" echo $FULL_NAME_REPLACED echo "Enter an IP address:" read IP_ADDRESS if echo "$IP_ADDRESS" | egrep -E '[0-9]\.[0-9]\.[0-9]\.[0-9]' then # Then the format looks right - check that each octect is less # than or equal to 255: VALID_IP_ADDRESS="$(echo $IP_ADDRESS | awk -F'.' ' unset name ip; \ while ! [ "$ip" ];do printf "Name: %s\r" $name; read -p Name:\ var; [ "$var" ] && name=$; printf "IP: %s\r" $ip; read -p IP:\ var; iparray=($( IFS=".";echo $var;)); [ $ -eq 4 ] && \ [ $iparray -ge 0 ] && [ $iparray -le 255 ] && \ [ $ -ge 0 ] && [ $ -le 255 ] && \ [ $ -ge 0 ] && [ $ -le 255 ] && \ [ $ -ge 0 ] && [ $ -le 255 ] && \ ip=$var; [ "$name" ] && [ "$ip" ] || echo something wrong...; done; \ printf "Name: '%s'\n IP: '%s'\n" $name $ip read name name=`echo $name|tr ' ' _` read ip stat=1 if $ip =~ ^[0-9]\.[0-9]\.[0-9]\.[0-9]$ ; then OIFS=$IFS IFS='.' ip=($ip) IFS=$OIFS $ -le 255 && $ -le 255 \ && $ -le 255 && $ -le 255 stat=$?… continue reading »


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