Shoaib Khan | 1 Oct 11:33 2010
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time out error

hi
 
i have mxit on my pigdin account
 
it connects
 
as soon as somebody replies to me it disconnects
 
with an error
 
DISCONNECTED
" Timeout while waiting for a response from the MXit server."
 
please help
 
thank you

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Justin Norris | 1 Oct 23:18 2010
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file transfer problems

I have never been able to transfer files with Pidgin. It does not matter, Yahoo or AIM. It just cancels the transfer and most time will close Pidgin completely. I just got a new computer and upgrade to the latest version and i am still having problems. I was using XP, now I am using 7. Any help would be appreciated.
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Michael Gentile | 2 Oct 00:01 2010
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Paste RTF?

Is there any way to paste RTF into the Pidgin chat box while using AIM? 


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Daniel Atallah | 2 Oct 00:12 2010

Re: Paste RTF?

On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 18:01, Michael Gentile <michaelgentile <at> yahoo.com> wrote:
> Is there any way to paste RTF into the Pidgin chat box while using AIM?

No.  Pidgin will only use clipboard contents of plain text and html.

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Daniel Atallah | 2 Oct 00:14 2010

Re: Can you set Pidgin to start automatically when starting windows?

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 12:53, Graham Falde <gfalde <at> cpc-i.com> wrote:
>  Can you set Pidgin to start automatically when starting windows?

Yes, if you enable the "Windows Pidgin Options" plugin and look at the
plugin configuration, there is a checkbox to enable having Pidgin
start when Windows starts up.

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Daniel Atallah | 2 Oct 00:16 2010

Re: file transfer problems

On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 17:18, Justin Norris <justin <at> precisionturbo.net> wrote:
> I have never been able to transfer files with Pidgin. It does not matter,
> Yahoo or AIM. It just cancels the transfer and most time will close Pidgin
> completely. I just got a new computer and upgrade to the latest version and
> i am still having problems. I was using XP, now I am using 7. Any help would
> be appreciated.

File transfers not working for Yahoo are a known issue - there has
been some improvement to this for the next release.

As far as AIM goes, it *should* work if you're using a recent version.
 If you're using 2.7.3 and it still doesn't work, you'll have to
provide a debug log (http://d.pidgin.im/wiki/TipsForBugReports).

-D

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V S Rawat | 2 Oct 05:31 2010
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Give a menu option to open chat logs archive

We can't go to chat logs archive folder in pidgin.

I think we need to give Ctrl-I or Buddies - View User logs and then 
also it asks us to give individual username or alias whose archives we 
wish to see.

It just doesn't take us to logs folder where we can choose by clicking 
the mouse on relevant person archive.

It would help to have some way to just have an option that would take 
us right to the archive folder. Say, to analyze what all archives are 
there, or see archive of some user whom we have deleted to delete his 
archive, or find out username of such a deleted user from his archive, 
etc.

Thanks.
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Evan Platt | 2 Oct 05:52 2010

Re: Can you set Pidgin to start automatically when starting windows?

  On 10/01/2010 03:14 PM, Daniel Atallah wrote:
> Yes, if you enable the "Windows Pidgin Options" plugin and look at the
> plugin configuration, there is a checkbox to enable having Pidgin
> start when Windows starts up.
Or create a shortcut in the Startup folder :)

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Miss Davidson | 2 Oct 18:04 2010
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pidgin update

Dear support

 

Please tell me where I can get the update for pidgin for a linux debian OS

I have an elonex onet+ machine which runs on linux debian and I cannot connect to msn via pidgin because of a protocol issue, so I need to update pidgin.

 

 

Clair Davidson

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Arno Simons | 4 Oct 14:41 2010

RE: Pidgin on Terminal Server without Smileys

Hi Daniel,

I'm not able to do that? We do not have any knowledge about that. Is it possible that we can get a compiled exe
without the smileys / functions? Thx

Best regards,

Arno

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From: daniel.atallah <at> gmail.com [mailto:daniel.atallah <at> gmail.com] On Behalf Of Daniel Atallah
Sent: woensdag 29 september 2010 16:53
To: Arno Simons
Cc: support <at> pidgin.im
Subject: Re: Pidgin on Terminal Server without Smileys

On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 05:47, Arno Simons <arnosimons <at> axerrio.com> wrote:
> Hi Support,
>
> We are running pidgin on our terminal servers at customer locations. We need
> to disable possibility for the users to disable the (custom) smileys
> function and usage. I know that the user itself can change this setting. But
> that  is not what the customer wants. He wants us to disable it as an
> administrator for all users. In a way the users cannot change them / or the
> setting.  Is there a way to achieve that. (Registry or something else?)
> Thanks.

The only way to do this within Pidgin itself is to modify the source
code and recompile.

If you're using XMPP with your own internal server, there may be
something you can do on the server side to filter out the capability.

-D


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