colloquy is an IRC client for Macintosh OS X.

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What is a sleep message in Colloquy?

In Colloquy, there are options for a quit message and a sleep message. I know what the quit message does. When you disconnect, this is the message sent, correct? However, I have no idea what this ...
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Opening Colloquy with xdcc links

I'd like to set the application Colloquy to open with the xdcc:// protocol links, in OS lion. Generally, I don't know how to associate a single application to a protocol in Chrome. help! :P
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IRC newbie needs detailed “How To” directions for freenode.net connection with OS X IRC app

Newbie IRC user here. Trying to get connected on freenode.net, preferably with a native Mac OS X client (I'm running 10.6.8), or at least something with a good "OS X feel." Also seeking a client ...
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Put users on a permanent ignore list with Colloquy

On Colloquy, I have a few nicks set to be ignored, but whenever I open Colloquy after quitting it, the ignores are no longer in effect and I have to re-ignore the nicks. Is there any way to have a ...
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Force Colloquy not to use built-in Growl notifications

Whenever Colloquy needs to pop up a notification (for example, when you are PM'd), it uses its built-in Growl notifications, which really annoy me because they stay on the screen until they are ...
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How do I register a nickname on freenode’s IRC network, using Colloquy?

Proper newbie IRC question here: in order to access the #django IRC channel on freenode, I need to register a nickname with freenode. freenode’s instructions for that are here: ...
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IRC/Colloquy sleep message

I'm using Colloquy for irc, and in the general section of the preferences there is a sleep message that I can set, but I have no idea how to change my status to sleeping.. how can I do that?
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Where does Colloquy on the Mac store its channel list?

I use Colloquy as my IRC client - but the GUI sometimes doesn't store my prefs as to what channels I auto join etc - is there a plist file somewhere that I can edit to make the changes I want?