Msn messanger for mac perform ok with tiger?


munkle

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You might want to check out Adium as well. Works with MSN (amongst others) and has a host more features than the spartan MSN Messenger client for Mac :)
 

kwajo.com

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as an aside, I have tried Adium and liked it, but couldn't find an option to log on invisibly, or 'appear offline.' So am I just blind or does it not have this feature for msn? I'd like to use adium, but I use that feature often to avoid annoying people, and so am using amsn, which is good, but ugly and a HUGE resource hog. if I have more than one chat window open, it uses like 15% of my Dual G5's CPU power! :eek:
 

Sharewaredemon

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kwajo.com said:
as an aside, I have tried Adium and liked it, but couldn't find an option to log on invisibly, or 'appear offline.' So am I just blind or does it not have this feature for msn? I'd like to use adium, but I use that feature often to avoid annoying people, and so am using amsn, which is good, but ugly and a HUGE resource hog. if I have more than one chat window open, it uses like 15% of my Dual G5's CPU power! :eek:

While you can set your status to invisible in Adium, and Adium will keep the same status as you had last when you open Adium again.

You cannot send messages when invisible.