Ralph Johns

iChat Information Pages


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These iChat 1 pages are coloured Blue and have the iChat 1 icon on them that was in use at the time, so you know where you are.

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1[7] 01 iChat Menu Oct 2008

Once the application has been launched for the first time and the screen completed iChat will open and place it's Menus in the Menu bar. On each subsequent opening iChat the menus will be there. This series of Pictures hopes to show you what these are.

This picture is the Application Menu, referred to on these pages as the iChat Menu.

Like most applications it has an About item at the top and a Quit item at the bottom.

The Preferences items has a series of dots afterwards indicating something elese will open.

If you have enabled Rendezvous as well as an AIM valid Screen Name then you can choose to Log Out or Log In with the next two items (the words change depending if you are already logged in or not.) Some Settings in the Preferences require that you are Logged out

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This site is about iChat from Version 1 through to iChat 4.x.x

It has a mixture of basic info and problem solving help.

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The iChat or Application Menu.


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Old browsers (IE version 4 or earlier, Netscape 4 or earlier) should only see a text-based page which, while not the prettiest option, is still entirely usable.