mIRC is a full featured Internet Relay Chat client for Windows that can be used to communicate, share, play or work with others on IRC networks around the world, either in multi-user group conferences or in one-to-one private discussions. It has a clean, practical interface that is highly configurable and supports features such as buddy lists, file transfers, multi-server connections, SSL encryption, proxy support, UTF-8 display, customizable sounds, spoken messages, tray notifications, message logging, and more. It also has a powerful scripting language that can be used both to automate mIRC and to create applications that perform a wide range of functions from network communications to playing games.
Yes - 30 day timeout
- Fixed slow mark/copy text in windows that contain long lines
- Fixed listbox lines in Options dialog and other windows being chopped when DPI settings are set to a high value
- Reverted change to alias/identifiers that caused a script to be halted with a recursion error warning
- Fixed listbox with checkboxes bug that caused checkboxes to be checked if you scrolled through them with the up/down keys
- Changed channel folder dialog so that it can now be resized
- Changed online timer dialog to display information more clearly
- Fixed Shift+Tab beeping when switching to listbox in channel window
- Fixed $fullscreen not working on a non-primary monitor
- Updated the find/replace dialogs in the script editor to remember their positions for the current mIRC session
- Updated mIRC to include OpenSSL support without needing external DLLS
- Fixed lock dialog bug that caused mIRC to ask for a password if the on startup option was enabled without setting a password
- Fixed $input() 'b' switch so that the dialog window close button is also temporarily disabled
- Fixed isignore only accepting types, now also accepts switches
- Fixed CAP server-time time value not being used when timestamping an event in the log file
- Other changes and bug fixes
Reviewing 7.35 Beta (Aug 7, 2014)
Best IRC client hands-down. It is by far the most stable, low-resource, and customizable IRC client around - and one of the originals.
FatBast seems to hate this program but fails to mention one thing that it falls short at doing. My guess is he is a Linux fanboy who gets off on hating on Windows users who figures that if it's not a console app and a real pain the in a** to use (ircii, epic, bx) that it must suck. Go circle jerk your friends (who only exist on IRC most likely) elsewhere. We get it, you hate Windows cuz it's not l33t l1k3 j00.
mIRC is as slim as you want it to be. Out of the box it's pretty much as light-weight, feature packed, and solid as you can imagine. If you want to install scripts (whether they're practical or you want some lame annoying spam bot script) you can do that. mIRC script has been a fairly well established language that anyone with mild programming experience can pick up. Seriously, it doesn't get better than this. Just about every bad review is from one person... Fat Bast.
Reviewing 7.35 Beta (Aug 6, 2014)
Great program if you like to go ahead on creativity.
Fatbas**** does feel desperate to make low reviews of whatever he doesn't like.
You look just like a politician...
Reviewing 7.34 (Jun 23, 2014)
I sure love to hate this program.
I wish I could give it a 0 instead of a 1.
Reviewing 7.33 Beta (May 28, 2014)
The figginBEST!!! Total Commander of IRC clients!
Reviewing 7.32 (Sep 5, 2013)
Gold standard of all IRC clients. Look no further if you want the best (as MANY others have stated)
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