This feature allows you to add smilies/emoticons to your chat messages. To add a smilie/emoticon to your message, click the smilie/emoticon button and a window will appear with a preset selection of smilies/emoticons. Click the smilie/emoticon you would like to add to your message.
This feature allows you to display an avatar next to your name and chat messages. To choose an avatar, click the avatar button and a window will appear with a preset selection of avatars. Click the avatar you would like to use.
This feature allows you share photos/images with other chat room users. To share your image, click the share button and a window will appear prompting you to upload your image. You can share your image with all users or privately during conversations.
*This feature is an additional plugin and may not be available, contact your chat room administrator for more details.
To send private messages, enter the username of the user you wish to chat privately with in the box as shown in the picture above. Then type your message and press 'Send'.
You can also start a private conversation by clicking a username in the userlist and select the option to 'Private Chat'. This will open a new private chat window.
This section displays details about the chat room you are in and all other room users. To enter a chat room, simply click the room name in the list. Some rooms may require passwords to join. If you do not know the password to enter the room, click another room name in the list to join a different room.
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1) /roll ndn
In the message bar, type '/roll ndn' (without the quotes). This command allows you to simulate rolling dice in the chat room. For example, type '/roll 3d3' to auto-generate a number between 3 and 9.
2) /status message
In the message bar, type '/status message' (without the quotes). This command allows you to change your user status in the userlist. Example: type '/status brb' (without the quotes) to change your status in the userlist to 'username (brb)'. You can type any custom message to appear as your status (example: '/status on the phone').
3) /action message
In the message bar, type '/action message' (without the quotes). This command allows you to add fun action messages. Example: Type '/action files around the room' (without the quotes) and a message will appear in the main chat window informing other users that 'username flies around the room'.
4) /announce message (admins only)
In the message bar, type '/announce message' (without the quotes). This command allows you to send announcements to all chat users in every chat room (these will be displayed both on screen and by pop up notifications).
5) /silence username (admins & moderators only)
In the message bar, type '/silence username' (without the quotes). This command will prevent a user from typing messages in both the main chat room and private windows for a preset period of time. Once the preset time has elapsed, the user is then able to join back in and type messages.
6) /pass yourpassword (user created rooms only)
In the message bar, type '/pass yourpassword' (without the quotes). This command allows a user to password protected any user created room.