User friendly Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client for KDE
  7 reviews

Konversation is a client for the Internet Relay Chat (IRC) protocol. It is easy to use and well-suited for novice IRC users, but novice and experienced users alike will appreciate its many features:

* Standard IRC features
* Easy to use graphical interface
* Multiple server and channel tabs in a single window
* IRC color support
* Pattern-based message highlighting and OnScreen Display
* Multiple identities for different servers
* Multi-language scripting support (with DCOP)
* Customizable command aliases
* NickServ-aware log-on (for registered nicknames)
* Smart logging
* Traditional or enhanced-shell-style nick completion
* DCC file transfer with resume support
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Poetician 3 years ago

Works great.

stevorules30 5 years ago


MichaelTunnell 6 years ago

I think Konversation is easily the best IRC client on Linux and possibly all of Computing. The Context-Aware Tab Completion is incredibly useful and should probably be stolen by all other IRC clients.

Rebel450 6 years ago

am missing Limechat sooo much :-(

SeventhReign 11 years ago

The best GUI based IRC client for KDE. Quassel is just a complete mess ATM.

Ioseph 11 years ago

My fave.

Xyie 11 years ago

This is a pretty decent irc client for using while in kde. Very little to be overwhelmed or confused with, but neither lacking in features.