[access-uk] Re: Alternative IM client

Well Chris,

I never did get AIM set up with FaceBook as I didn't receive enough guidance about what I put into each setting and it all looked a bit too vague for me to fathom ...

So, is this any easier?  What do I need to put in to get it to work with FB?

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---- Original Message ----
From: "chris hallsworth" <christopherh40@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 29, 2010 5:15 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Alternative IM client

Hello all.
Over on another list we have been talking about a very
new IM client, made by the people who gave us Firefox and
Thunderbird. It's called Instantbird. The "Instant" in
the title is a clue to what it does; allows you to chat
to your buddies, using just about any service, in
realtime. I currently have it set up with Facebook. It
works well certainly with NVDA, which I expected anyway
as Mozilla is very caring with regards to accessibility
and usability. But I can't see it not work with JAWS or
Window-Eyes or even Cobra!  To try it, please visit www.instantbird.com.
Enjoy!
Take care.
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