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SLiteChat is a completely open source text-only IM/chat client for use

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This project will be end-of-lifed on July 1st, 2015

SLiteChat (pronounced "slight-chat") is a completely open source text-only IM/chat client for use with Second Life. Use it to talk to your friends without having to load up all of those heavy graphic goodies. Useful for those at-work times!

SLiteChat is a text-only view for Second Life which is focused on in-world IM support.

What it is:

SLiteChat is a lightweight client which allows you to connect to the Second Life system and perform local chat and instant messaging with avatars in-world.

What it is not:

SLiteChat is not intended to be a fully-functional in-world viewer for Second Life. If you are looking for that, check out instead the Second Life Third Party Viewer Directory or the Second Life Wiki.

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Qt

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2013-12-02

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