From: Luke Schierer <lschiere@us...> - 2004-01-07 16:17:18
Update of /cvsroot/gaim/web/htdocs
In directory sc8-pr-cvs1:/tmp/cvs-serv10790/htdocs
ft corrections and updates. this is slightly early, but ahwell
RCS file: /cvsroot/gaim/web/htdocs/faq.txt,v
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--- faq.txt 5 Jan 2004 13:35:51 -0000 1.101
+++ faq.txt 7 Jan 2004 16:17:15 -0000 1.102
@@ -320,23 +320,25 @@ A: As of 0.71, you do not.
Q: Can Gaim send files?
A: TOC can, in a limited way, and OSCAR can send files over AIM in 0.60
-and higher. Most protocols are capable of it, but Gaim hasn't implemented
-anything yet. Support is being worked on and may partially work for MSN and
+and higher. Yahoo can send files in 0.75 or higher. Most protocols are
+capable of it, but Gaim hasn't implemented anything yet. Support is
+being worked on and may partially work for MSN and Jabber.
Q: When will file transfer be supported? Is it being worked on?
A: Gaim 0.60 includes preliminary file transfer support. It likely
contains a few bugs that will be fixed in time. Currently, Gaim supports
-sending and receiving files via AIM, receiving files via Jabber and IRC.
+sending and receiving files via AIM (IF you have a public ip address),
+receiving files via Jabber, and both sending and recieving via yahoo.
File transfer receive code exists for MSN, but it is very flakey, and files
-are often corrupt. If you would like support for another protocol, get CVS
-and submit a patch using the generic file transfer API.
+are often corrupt. If you would like it to work better or be more complete,
+get CVS and submit a patch using the generic file transfer API.
Q: File Transfer for xxxx doesn't seem to be working.
A: File transfer for all protocols is still buggy. This is being worked
-on, but has no set date for completion.
+on, but has no set date for completion. If you really want it to work soon,
+submit a patch.
Q: Is there a Gaim tray icon, or docklet, or gnome applet, or panel icon,
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