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There are a couple different ways to remove the chat feature from Gmail. As previously mentioned, simply click the "Turn off Chat" link in the footer of your Gmail inbox. Depending on the version of Gmail that you are using (as determined by Google), this MAY OR MAY NOT hide the chat window completely. You can also click the "older version" link in the ...
Make a friend list of those you do not want to see you online by clicking on Create New List. You can then move those individuals to the list by clicking on Add to List. Click on Chat in the lower left corner. Then toggle the offline status (green toggle next to the list name) of that particular friend list.
Better Gmail 2 Firefox extension includes a "Hide Chat" feature, which happens to be this script: http://userstyles.org/styles/7897
Use is:chats. It will search for chat messages. Example: is:chat monkey — meaning any chat message including the word “monkey”. Here you can find a lot more advanced search options.
The only ones I've found that don't totally suck, are ... http://campfirenow.com/ http://talkerapp.com/ http://www.hipchat.com/ edit: and now webapps very own chat! http://chat.webapps.stackexchange.com/
Mibbit has a clean UI, doesn't require any plugins and has an embed feature.
Includes Video: tinychat.com Dead Simple: bloochat.com
Looks like the only way to do this is using a script of some kind (Greasemonkey or the like). Here are a few: http://userstyles.org/styles/15616 http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/45317
I found a clever hack based on one of the idiosyncracies of Gmail contacts. In Gmail addresses, the dot character is insignificant. Therefore firstname.lastname@example.org is equivalent to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com etc. Now suppose you want to block Mr Orwell, then this is what you need to do: Delete his contact. ...
Click on Chat Options -> Go Offline The next time you log in, it will remain offline.
in:chat also works, for searching conversations with the label chat
If you remove someone as a friend they will not be notified, but they may notice that their friend count went down and that you are no longer on their list of friends. To hide someone from Facebook chat, see http://webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/1169/how-do-i-stop-someone-from-seeing-me-on-facebook-chat/1173#1173. To hide their updates from your News ...
There's a list here: http://alternativeto.net/software/campfire/ That might be useful. Echowaves might fit the bill (open source) Hope this helps.
I don't think it's compatible with the Preview Pane feature. Even if you have them both enabled, the Preview Pane has precedence and it moves the chat list to the left side. You can disable the Preview Pane lab: Go to Mail settings -> Labs -> Search for Preview pane in the page -> Set it to Disable -> Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page. To enable ...
Hmmm... not sure why you say: I can click the "turn off chat" link at the very bottom, but the "Chat" heading is still visible on the left. Is there any way to make it completely gone? On my Gmail, it does indeed go away completely when I click the "turn off chat" link at the bottom. I am attaching a composite of two screen-shots below. This ...
It doesn't. How do I delete or look through my Chat History? Is it saved permanently? You can view recent conversation history by opening a chat window with your friend. At this time, you cannot view older conversations or conversations with friends who are not currently online. (emphasis added by me) From here: ...
No, they will not receive any notification about your action. The user will continue to see you in their list with the "Invited" status.
If you see text 1/2/3 in a small red cloud in the Envelope icon(Notification) in the top-blue bar & you click that, and preview the message, Message will NOT be marked as read. To simplify, Until you actually Go to Messages, click that Specific Message and see it in FULL, no message will be marked as Read. Unread messages always have a faint blue ...
From the Facebook Chat Support information... In Pidgin: Go to "Accounts" and select "Manage accounts". On the Basic tab, enter the following info: Protocol: XMPP Username: [Your Facebook short URL/number] Domain: chat.facebook.com Resource: Pidgin Password: [your Facebook password] Local alias: [Your name] Click the Advanced tab, then enter the ...
Based on comments I know that you don't have any other devices connected (which is a big first thing to check if others have this problem in the future). And you have tried the 'traditional' turn off chat: This is not a duplicate of How can I log out of Facebook chat?. It says “Turn off chat” on that question's answer but I say “I turned off chat but ...
The new Gmail has a button at the bottom which looks like a square speech bubble. If you click that, the chat window disappears.
No, this is currently not possible. Google allows you to additionally sign on to AOL instant messenger, but not facebook chat. However, you can use a 3rd party app [Trillian for example] or web-based chat sites that integrate with both gtalk and facebook chat.
You need to put a contact on your Ignore List first, otherwise they can still see you when you are online and send you a message, because your ID is still on their Messenger list. Here's what to do: Right click on their icon Scroll down to stealth settings Change them to appear permanently offline. Then click on messenger (top left on the messenger ...
I have used the 3 preceding solutions, however I found that http://webchat.freenode.net/ seems to have the slickest (read:minimalist) interface and best feature set.
Meebo supports all of your required protocols expect Skype. It has good support for group chat, I use it as my primary IM client and I'm very satisfied. There is no Chrome extension available as far as I know, but with the new 'instalable webapp' feature of chrome, I have it permanently open in one of those smaller tabs. Perfect! I haven't been able to ...
Enable "Navbar drag and drop" in Settings → Labs and then just drag and drop.
Install a Jabber server such as ejabberd or Openfire.
Have you tried HipChat ? Selection from the features page : desktop and web applications free native apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android with push notifications for imporatant messages. send and receive 1-1 chat messages on any phone via SMS. get Bob's attention by using @Bob in a message. Customize mention notifications to be sent in the ...
The software used for Stack Exchange chat is developed by the team themselves. I'm not 100% sure what technologies it uses, but given that the rest of the network is written in ASP.NET MVC it will be .NET based but there will be a lot of AJAX going on as well. So there are two things that need to be in place for you to be able to use it: Your site needs ...
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