Boogy Chat is a chat for local networks.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:28 Rating
16 ( -2 -12.5% ) Size 1187 kb Licence Shareware Status New Release Languages English OS Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP Homepage vitolab.com Author Vitolab Software
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Description: Boogy Chat is not just a chat for local networks. This chat was and is still being designed with the only objective, namely, to have a pleasure from the talk.
- Common chat.
- Private talk.
- Talk to several users simultaneously (group talk).
- A convenient list of users adjustable to your preferences.
- The possibility to ignore both individual users and groups.
- Messages may contain not only graphical images (smilies), but also animation.
- Auto-reply (adjustable to your preferences).
- Rich opportunities for adjustment of your own profile (additional information about the user) and viewing of profiles of other users in the chat.
- The possibility to minimize the chat. You will be informed about incoming messages.
- Audio notices of events.
- Operation of the chat without a special program on the server.
- A convenient and simple to use interface; a detailed description of the program.
- Multilingual support.
- Boogy Chat is intended to talk with pleasure!
Boogy Chat - communicate with pleasure! Short tags: net, dialogue, chat, conversation System Requirements: Use local network Find last version of Boogy Chat
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