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February 9, 2003 at 5:27 am in reply to: Converting message history from one build to the n #64783
That's true Spiderman but I would'nt have gotten notified that he left that message about the cracks if he had simply added it to the message for which I had already been notified.
Thanks Bribri, I have tried the Bramus one and it works great on the latest version of ICQ.
It's stopped recently so I think they're getting around to fixing it.
Regardless of the misunderstanding, I have confirmation that this problems occurs with the latest version as well. Hopefully this is something ICQ will fix soon cause it's pretty annoying.Quote:quote:Originally posted by cindy
Well im using latest version and im also getting offline messages
Get same messages over and over.
When you say latest version, you mean the absolute latest version? Cause if this is a general problem ICQ is having which occurs with all versions, I won't have to switch from 2000b. I'm not too crazy about the latest versions.Quote:quote:Originally posted by Phil
how very strange….have you tried fully uninstalling it, restarting your computer and then installing again ? simple yet, most of the time, very effective!
Done that, no dice. It's weird.
Actually I have been having a similar problem where I keep getting this offline message over and over again tho I have already read it. several times when I turn Icq on it will pop up. I ran this problem by the ICQ news group and I was told that it could be as a result of the fact that I use an older version of ICq (2000b) and they are slowly phasing out support for the older versions, which really sucks since I haven't liked newer versions of the programs.
What version are you using?
Oh yeah I knew about that trick. I actually use the “tab” plus “enter” myself but I still don't get what the point is not to make it simply “enter”. It's odd.
The reason I think so, is precisely because Msn is bundled with Microsoft's OS. I've noticed a chain reaction in terms of people dumping ICQ in favor of what friends and family are more commonly using. So it just got me wondering. It's easier to use and backed by Microsofts campaigning. It's not hard to see a future where more than half of the messaging populace will be comprised of MSN users.
Don't get me wrong tho, ICQ for life.