Moving from version to version was:{ Firefox and Java }

Michael.Coll-Barth at Michael.Coll-Barth at
Tue Nov 20 14:51:45 UTC 2007

Thanks Caleb, Bruce and Thilo!

I don't use AIM or have a need for IM in general, except for the office
and they give us an in-house only client.  My kids, on the other hand,
love it.

In regards to the Add/Remove option on the menus.  I found the item by
trying to add to the panel.  The problem was that it would not accept a
check mark.  I could check it and a second or two, it would uncheck
itself.  So, I looked at the properties for it and created a manual add
to the panel.  Not quite sure how to get it to add to the menus, but I
did not spend much time there.  

As I have said before, Ubuntu is, so far, a very nice replacement for
Windows.  Tux, the cute guy that he is, certainly made that an easier
sell.  Of course, I have a learning curve.  Being a UNIX comand line
type of guy, I guess I have a bigger curve, so thanks for the patience.
It is amazing how much easier 7.10 is to maintain than 7.04, so the
second box gets upgraded!

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bruce Marshall
> I believe that Gaim is no longer supported and has been 
> replaced (in all 
> distros) by pidgin.

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