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– BorgClown, 2008-12-01 at 00:42:58 (4 comments)
|On 2008-12-01 at 00:48:29, BorgClown wrote...
It's fun for about ten seconds
|On 2008-12-01 at 09:10:14, Lee J Haywood wrote...
It doesn't actually work either - not all browsers know how to render it. The chat system I wrote previously, which Discussionator was derived from (Dark), allowed you to press 'F' to flip the text... but as you say it's a stupid thing to be able to do.
|On 2008-12-02 at 17:39:08, BorgClown wrote...
What was Dark meant to do? I mean, there's a few instant messengers, email and forums, what made Dark needed?
|On 2008-12-02 at 19:54:44, Lee J Haywood wrote...
<I>Dark was a chat system, allowing you to pick a recipient and enter a message to send to them. Incoming messages were shown in a list below (in your browser). It works much the same as the comments system here, where there's a refresh button for getting new messages and an auto-refresh, so it wasn't instant messaging but close enough. I wrote it for use at work - it encrypted all its traffic, so snooping wouldn't see plain text messages. But being written in C it couldn't be used on the Internet, unless I leave my PC on all day.