SmIRCle is an easy-to-use IRC chat client. It s a simple application that lets you participate in real-time chats over the Internet. smIRCle is loosely based on the sources of ircle 1.5.1 written by Olaf Titz back in 1990-92. Features include: Version Control Client alerts users whenever a new version is available. Setup Assistant makes setting up smIRCle really easy. Macintosh PPC and 68K versions identical in features. IRCD 2.7-2.10 compliant. Updated to new server numbersidentd (RFC 1413) implemented. Multiple-server connection at once. DCC and CTCP Protocol implemented. No MacBinary file transfers yet. One-click operation for many basic features. Live scrolling of text in channel windows (Netscape-like). Apple Guide Help system. Pop-ups for convenient actions on selected nicks. List of Nicks on every channel. Visible even if its window is in background. Notify/ignore lists. Colors: Uses the mIRC coloring scheme. Sound: Configurable sounds for various events. Drag-and-drop. You can drag text from and to smIRCle to send it to a #channel or to any other nick you have a /dcc or /query chat with. Stats panel on the Actions: Panel where statistics about your connection are noted. For more information, please read the documentation or visit the home page.