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Parameters allow you to customize your Java Applet by allowing you to include or exclude certain prompts or information. It allows you to modify the look and feel of the chat applet to your liking. This section explains Simple Modifications and Detailed Parameters. The GuiColors allow you to change more than just the foreground and background colors. You can also add Sounds & Images to your applet! New! Background Images! For assistance with commands, please click here.

Simple modifications:

How do I change the title?
Change this line:
<head><title>Welcome to FreeJavaChat</title></head>

How do I change the channel it connects to?
Change this line: <param name=channel value=#help> (replace #help with your channel)

I don't want my channel name to show at the login window.
Change this line: <param name=restricted value=true> (from false to true) Note: this will also prevent users from joining other channels. Also, the ROOMS button will not display any channels.

I don't want the entry in email address to be "Java User"
Add this line: <param name="fullname" value="Optional"> (replace "Optional" with the text you want)

Is there a way to play a sound when someone joins my channel?
Sure! Just add this line: <param name="joinsound" value="bell.au"> (other sounds here)

I want private messages sent to me in a separate window, is that possible?
Yup! Add this line: <param name=incomingprivatewindow value="true">

I don't want it to ask for email address.
Add this line:
<param name=nameprompt value="">

Can registered users be prompted for their password before they enter the chat?
Sure, just add this line: <param name="askforpassword" value="true">

I don't like the spiders that are used for the OP Image, can that be changed?
Yes, you can use any image that is on our server. Replace with the name you want; here is the setting:
<param name="opimage" value="images16/smiley16.gif">
<param name="voiceimage" value="images16/smiley16.gif">

I don't want it to ask for User Name.
Add this line:
<param name="userprompt" value="">

I don't want the ROOMS button to show in my chat.
Add this line:
<param name="showroomsbutton" value="false">

I don't want any of the buttons to show at the top.
Change this line: <param name="showbuttonpanel" value="false"> (from true to false)

I want to change the background and text colors.
This line changes the background (bg) color:
  <param name=bg value=FFFFFF> replace FFFFFF to the
RGB color you want.
This line changes the text (fg) color:
  <param name=fg value=000000> replace 000000 to the
RGB color you want.

I want my chat to be a different size.
Just change these lines to the size you want:
  width=500
  height=300

Can I add a ticker at the bottom of my chat?
Yes, just add the following code:
<param name="ticker" value=" Ticker information! ">
<param name="ticker2" value="More Ticker information! ">
<param name="ticker3" value="More Ticker information! ">
<param name="ticker4" value="More Ticker information! ">
<param name="showticker" value="true">
<param name="tickerrepeat" value="1">

To add popular modules to your channel, add these to your html code:
<param name="loadmodules" value="NickServPanel hide">
<param name="loadmodules1" value="ImagePanel hide">
<param name="loadmodules2" value="OpPanel hide">

For optional pulldown menu: (see below on how to add the actual sounds or images)
<param name=commands value="Image Panel;/showmodule ImagePanel;NickServ Panel;/showmodule NickServPanel;Operators Panel;/showmodule OpPanel">

Click the link to see how to add the actual SOUNDS or IMAGES

Note: To add the pulldowns, be sure to load the modules as shown above.


ACTIONS pulldown menu for your channel:
<param name=actions value="Desc1;Action1;Desc2;Action2;Desc3;Action3"> etc...
Ex: <param name=actions value="LOL;Laughs out loud;Bored;is very bored;Slap Person;slaps %u around with a large trout!">

 

Detailed Parameters: [top]

ASK FOR PASSWORD (nick) AUTO LIST (Channels) BACKGROUND COLOR BUTTON IMAGE BUTTON FONT
BUTTON FONT SIZE BUTTON STYLE CHANNEL LOCK DEFAULT JOIN CHANNEL COLOR PANEL
DISABLE FLOAT DISABLE URLS DISCLAIMER FOREGROUND COLOR FLOAT ACTIVE WINDOWS
FLOAT HEIGHT FLOAT IMMEDIATELY FLOAT PRIVATE MESSAGE FLOAT NEW WINDOWS FONT
FULL NAME GUEST NICK HELP FILE BACKGROUND IMAGE IDLE TIME
INCOMING PRIVATE MSG INFO JOIN CHANNEL JOIN SOUND KEY (PASSWORD)
LOAD MODULES MAKE UNIQUE NICK NAME PROMPT (EMAIL) NICK VALUE NICK PROMPT
NO SAID NOTICE SOUND ONLY SHOW CHAT OP IMAGE PASSWORD PROMPT
PLAY SOUNDS RESTRICTED ROOM PROMPT ROOM BACKGROUND ROOM WIDTH
SHOW BUTTON PANEL SHOW CHAT BUTTON SHOW COLORS SHOW JOINS SHOW SEND BUTTON
SHOW SERVER WINDOW SHOW SESSION BTN SHOW TICKER SIMPLE MODE TIME STAMP
URL COLOR USER ON DBL CLICK USER ON SNG CLICK USER LIST WIDTH VOICE IMAGE

JAVA PARAMS ACTIONS
Format: [name],[action string];[name],[action string];
Extended: actions1, actions2,... actions9
This will create a drop down menu with the 'name' item showing in the menu. When selected it will prefix the action string with the persons nickname and send it into the channel. Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="actions" value="Bored;is really very bored.;Smile;smiles at everyone in the room :-)">
In a param file:
actions=Bored;is really very bored.;Smile;smiles at everyone in the room :-)

JAVA PARAMS ALLOWRAWCOMMANDS
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
If false, then the user is unable to enter /raw commands.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="allowrawcommands" value="true">
In a param file:
allowrawcommands=true

JAVA PARAMS ALLOWUSERCOMMANDS
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
If false, then the user is unable to enter ANY / commands.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="allowusercommands" value="flase">
In a param file:
allowusercommands=false

JAVA PARAMS ALLTOPICS
Format: [topic1,description1];[topic2,description2];
Set all possible topics and descriptions of each, for use by the TickerTopics module.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="alltopics" value="News,General News;Sports,Sports Highlight">
In a param file:
alltopics=News,General News;Sports,Sports Highlights

JAVA PARAMS ASKCLIENTTYPE
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Prompt to use either the mini client or the regular client, otherwise will load the one appropriate for the Java support on the browser.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="askclienttype" value="true">
In a param file:
askclienttype=true

JAVA PARAMS ASKFORPASSWORD [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
If true, will prompt the user to enter a password to nickserv.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="askforpassword" value="false">
In a param file:
askforpassword=false

JAVA PARAMS AUTOLIST [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Automatically request a rooms list every [listtime] seconds. The [listnow] param can still force an initial list, even with autolist set false.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="autolist" value="true">
In a param file:
autolist=true

JAVA PARAMS AVATAR
Format: [image] [name];[image] [name];
Extended: avatar0, avatar1,.. avatar15 [image]
Up to 16 avatar images used by the AvatarPanel. The value should be in the format [image] [name].
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="avatar" value="alien.gif Alien">
In a param file:
avatar=alien.gif Alien

JAVA PARAMS BG [Index | Top]
Format: [color]
Default: (FFFFFF)
Default background color.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="bg" value="FFFFFF">
In a param file:
bg=FFFFFF

JAVA PARAMS BUFFERSIZE
Format: [int]
Default: (0)
If set to anything greater than 0, all rooms will only buffer the specified number of lines. For example, with buffersize=100, the rooms will show only the last 100 lines of chat.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="buffersize" value="100">
In a param file:
buffersize=100

JAVA PARAMS BUTTON
Format: [Button Text];[Help Text];[Command]
Extended: button1, button2, ... button7
Allows you to configure up to 8 buttons of your own. Make sure you don't go overboard on the button text, it should fit within your button image. The help text will be displayed in the browser's status bar as you pass your pointer over the button.
Note that if the command does not start with a / or contain spaces, it is assumed to be a URL instead, which would be loaded in a new window. If you do not provide the protocol for the URL (http://, https://, ftp://, mailto:), it will be considered relative to the web page's URL.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="button" value="FAQs;Click to go to our Frequently Asked Questions;http://www.myhost.com/FAQ.html">
<param name="button1" value="Alert John;Click to let John know you're available;/msg John I'm available">
In a param file:
button=FAQs;Click to go to our Frequently Asked Questions;http://www.myhost.com/FAQ.html
button1=Alert John;Click to let John know you're available;/msg John I'm available

JAVA PARAMS BUTTONS [Index | Top]
Format: [URL]
Allows you to define a specific graphic that will be used for the button panel.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="buttons" value="http://yourserver:port/img/buttons.jpg">
In a param file:
button=http://yourserver:port/img/buttons.jpg

JAVA PARAMS BUTTONFONT [Index | Top]
Format: [font]
Default:
Font to use for the action buttons (Session, Chat, Rooms, Float, Help).
Examples:
<param name="buttonfont" value="ARIAL">
In a param file:
buttonfont=ARIAL

JAVA PARAMS BUTTONPANEL
See showbuttonpanel

JAVA PARAMS BUTTONSIZE [Index | Top]
Format: [font size]
Default:
Font point size to use for the action buttons.
Examples:
<param name="buttonsize" value="14">
In a param file:
buttonsize=14

JAVA PARAMS BUTTONSTYLE [Index | Top]
Format: [font style]
Default:
Font style to use for the action buttons.
Examples:
<param name="buttonstyle" value="BOLD">
In a param file:
buttonstyle=BOLD

JAVA PARAMS CHANLOCK [Index | Top]
Format: [channel],[channel]
If set to a list of channels, only those channels may be joined.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="chanlock" value="#channel1,#channel2">
In a param file:
chanlock=#channel1,#channel2

JAVA PARAMS CHANNEL [Index | Top]
Format: [channel]
Default join room.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="channel" value="#webchat">
In a param file:
channel=#webchat

JAVA PARAMS COLORPANEL [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Enable the color panel option for users.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="colorpanel" value="true">
In a param file:
colorpanel=true

JAVA PARAMS COMMANDS
Format: [string];[/command]
Extended: From 0 to 9 commands1, commands2,... commands9.
Add commands that will show in a drop down menu on the main interface.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="commands" value="">
In a param file:
commands2=Image Panel;/showmodule ImagePanel

JAVA PARAMS CONNECT
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Automatically connect to the server.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="connect" value="false">
In a param file:
connect=false

JAVA PARAMS DEFAULTINPUTCHANNEL
Format: [string]
Even though you may be watching another room, your typing will go to this room instead. This is handy if you're trying to run an event with a Professional Edition server that doesn't have message queues.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="defaultinputchannel" value="#backroom">
In a param file:
defaultinputchannel=#backroom

JAVA PARAMS DISABLEFLOAT [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Disable the ability to float the applet.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="disablefloat" value="true">
In a param file:
disablefloat=true

JAVA PARAMS DISABLEPRIVATEMESSAGES [Index | Top]
Format: [true/false]
Default: (false)
When set true, disables private message windows to other users. Note that the setting only disables the windows themselves, if you need to disable private messages completely, you can set that on the server.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="disableprivatemessages" value="true">
In a param file:
disableprivatemessages=true

JAVA PARAMS DISABLEURLS [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false] Default: (false)
When true, URLs are no longer clickable in chat.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="disableurls" value="true">
In a param file:
disableurls=true

JAVA PARAMS DISCLAIMER [Index | Top]
Format: [string]
Extended: disclaimer1, disclaimer2,... disclaimer99
Allows you to set some text for a text box disclaimer to be displayed above the connect button. This may be useful for legalese such as "By pressing the Connect button, you agree to..." You can use the multiple params to string together very long disclaimer messages. Each param starts a new line in the text box. To skip a line, set the corresponding param to [blank].
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="disclaimer1" value="This site is not responsible for any of">
<param name="disclaimer2" value="the content displayed in the chat room.">
In a param file:
disclaimer1=This site is not responsible for any of
disclaimer1=the content displayed in the chat room.

JAVA PARAMS DISCONNECTIFNOTJOINED
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Quits if the user leaves a chatroom and has no other rooms open. If false, and not in restricted mode, the rooms list will appear instead.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="disconnectifnotjoined" value="false">
In a param file:
disconnectifnotjoined=false

JAVA PARAMS ENCODING
Format: [strring]
Default: (browser)
Character encoding to use, defaults to the user's OS default. Only used by the normal client, not the miniclient.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="encoding" value="Big5">
In a param file:
encoding=Big5

JAVA PARAMS FG [Index | Top]
Format: [color]
Default: ()
Default foreground (text, etc.) color foreground colors.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="fg" value="FFFFFF">
In a param file:
fg=FFFFFF

JAVA PARAMS FLOATACTIVEWINDOWS [Index | Top]
Format: [true/false]
Default: (false)
Causes windows to automatically float if there is any activity in them. This could get highly annoying, but if your application demands that you are immediately aware of any traffic in a channel, well there you go.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="floatactivewindows" value="true">
In a param file:
floatactivewindows=true

JAVA PARAMS FLOATHEIGHT [Index | Top]
Format: [height]
Set the default height for the floated window.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="floatheight" value="300">
In a param file:
floatheight=300

JAVA PARAMS FLOATIMMEDIATELY [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Automatically float the window after initializing.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="floatimmediately" value="true">
In a param file:
floatimmediately=true

JAVA PARAMS FLOATINCOMINGPRIVATEWINDOW [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
If set, incoming private message windows will automatically float. Automatically sets incomingprivatewindow true.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="floatincomingprivatewindow" value="true">
In a param file:
floatincomingprivatewindow=true

JAVA PARAMS FLOATLEFT
Format: [left edge]
Default: (0)
Set this if you need to specify the left edge of the floated window on-screen.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="floatleft" value="80">
In a param file:
floatleft=80

JAVA PARAMS FLOATNEWWINDOWS [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
New private message and new rooms joined appear in automatically floating windows.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="floatnewwindows" value="true">
In a param file:
floatnewwindows=true

JAVA PARAMS FLOATTOP
Format: [top edge]
Default: (0)
Set if you need to specify the top edge of the floated window on-screen.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="floattop" value="20">
In a param file:
floattop=20

JAVA PARAMS FLOATWIDTH [Index | Top]
Format: [width]
Default: (applet width)
Set the default width for the floated window.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="floatwidth" value="450">
In a param file:
floatwidth=450

JAVA PARAMS FONT [Index | Top]
Format: [font name]
Default: ()
Font to use.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="font" value="Arial">
In a param file:
font=Arial
Supported Fonts:
serif
sansserif
monospaced
Dialog
DialogInput
These are all the officially supported font names. TimesRoman, Helvetica, and Courier still work, but are deprecated as of java 1.1. Other fonts, like the veranda the user asked about may or may not work, it's really just a trial and error to see what the browser allows I guess. Font names are case-sensitive.

JAVA PARAMS FULLNAME [Index | Top]
Format: [full name]
Default: ()
Information shown on a /whois full name.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="fullname" value="John Smith">
In a param file:
fullname=John Smith

JAVA PARAMS GUEST [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Use a guest nickname, replaces behavior if nick="Guest". Also see the LURK parameter.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="guest" value="true">
In a param file:
guest=true

JAVA PARAMS GUICOLORS [GuiColors Detailed]
Format: [colors]
Extended: guicolors1, guicolors2,... guicolors9
Allows you to set colors on specific UI elements. See JAVA GUICOLORS for more information.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="guicolors" value="titlecolor=000000;titletextcolor=FF0000">
In a param file:
guicolors=titlecolor=000000;titletextcolor=FF0000

JAVA PARAMS HELPFILE [Index | Top]
Format: [URL]
Default: (help.htm)
File to attach to the Help button, default is the Help.htm file provided with CR.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="helpfile" value="helpfile.html">
In a param file:
helpfile=helpfile.html

JAVA PARAMS HIDEINPUT
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Hide the input bar.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="hideinput" value="true">
In a param file:
hideinput=true

JAVA PARAMS HISTORYBACKGROUNDIMAGE [Index | Top]
Format: [image.gif]
Default: (none)
Background images for the room history area.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="historybackgroundimage" value="spider.gif">
In a param file:
historybackgroundimage=spider.gif

JAVA PARAMS HISTORYFOREGROUNDIMAGES
Format: [image.gif]
Default: (none)
Foreground images for the room history area.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="historyforegroundimage" value="border.gif">
In a param file:
historyforegroundimage=border.gif

JAVA PARAMS HTTPTUNNEL
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
If true, this setting will emulate an HTTP session between the chat server and the java client allowing communication through most firewalls.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="httptunnel" value="true">
In a param file:
httptunnel=true

JAVA PARAMS HTTPTUNNELPORT
Format: [port]
Default: (port param value)
Port to use when establishing an http based connection. Must be a valid port defined in the GENERAL SET PORTS section.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="httptunnelport" value="7000">
In a param file:
httptunnelport=7000

JAVA PARAMS HTTPSTUNNELPORT
Format: [port]
Default: (none)
Port to use when establishing a secured https based connection.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="httpstunnelport" value="994">
In a param file:
httpstunnelport=994

JAVA PARAMS HTTPTUNNELTIMERDELAY
Format: [seconds]
Default: (4)
How many seconds to wait before getting new data from the server in an http based connection.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="httptunneltimerdelay" value="6">
In a param file:
httptunneltimerdelay=6

JAVA PARAMS IDLE [Index | Top]
Format: [minutes]
Default: (0[off])
Number of minutes to wait before disconnecting the user for idling 0 turns off idle detection.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="idle" value="10">
In a param file:
idle=10

JAVA PARAMS INCOMINGPRIVATEWINDOW [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
If true incoming private messages open a window.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="incomingprivatewindow" value="true">
In a param file:
incomingprivatewindow=true

JAVA PARAMS INFO [Index | Top]
Format: [full name]
Default: (Java User)
Information shown on a /whois full name.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="info" value="John Smith">
In a param file:
info=John Smith

JAVA PARAMS JOIN [Index | Top]
Format: [room name]
Default: (none)
Room to join immediately after connecting to the chat server.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="join" value="#webchat">
In a param file:
join=#webchat

JAVA PARAMS JOINSOUND [Index | Top]
Format: [sound.au]
Default: (none)
Will play a /sound join.au file for all Java users when a person enters the room.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="joinsound" value="hello.au">
In a param file:
joinsound=hello.au

JAVA PARAMS KEY [Index | Top]
Format: [room key]
Default: (none)
Password to get into the room specified by the room or channel param. This is channel mode +k.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="key" value="myroomkey">
In a param file:
key=myroomkey

JAVA PARAMS LINESPACING
Format: [numeric]
Default: (0)
Set the vertical line spacing for the history area.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="linespacing" value="5">
In a param file:
linespacing=5

JAVA PARAMS LIPSIMAGE
Format: [image.gif]
Default: (lips.gif)
Image to use for the "lips" icon when using the lips-enabled user list.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="lipsimage" value="me.gif">
In a param file:
lipsimage=me.gif

JAVA PARAMS LIST
Format: [list parameters]
Extended: <[number],>[number],[channel mask],[channel mask]... Default: (none)
Allows you to specify arguments to the auto /LIST command.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="" value=">20,<30,#L*,#M*">
In a param file:
list=>20,<30,#L*,#M*

JAVA PARAMS LISTNOW
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Immediately ask for a room list on making a connection to the server. If you know that a lot of rooms will be shown, you may want to turn this off as it will cause a delay for the user to get into chat.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="listnow" value="true">
In a param file:
listnow=true

JAVA PARAMS LISTIME
Format: [seconds]
Default: (0)
How often the rooms list is automatically refreshed, 0 means never.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="listtime" value="180">
In a param file:
listtime=180

JAVA PARAMS LOADMODULES [Index | Top]
Format: [module name] [show|hide]
Extended: loadmodules1, ... loadmodules9
Default: (none)
Allow multiple loadmodule lines to be specified. Appending show will auto launch the module, hide will preload it.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="loadmodules" value="">
In a param file:
loadmodules=OpPanel hide
loadmodules1=NickServPanel hide
loadmodules2=MemoServPanel hide
loadmodules3=ChanServPanel hide
loadmodules4=WhoCard hide
loadmodules5=ImagePanel hide
loadmodules6=BuddyList hide
loadmodules7=AvatarPanel hide
loadmodules8=IgnoreList hide

JAVA PARAMS LOCK
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Locks the params to only be allowed from server side param files.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="lock" value="true">
In a param file:
lock=true

JAVA PARAMS LURK
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Lurking mode, requires a user to give a nickname before being able to speak otherwise he/she remains an unspeaking guest in a room. ALso, see JAVA PARAMS GUEST
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="lurk" value="true">
In a param file:
lurk=true

JAVA PARAMS LURKTEXT
Format: [text]
Default: (Please enter a nickname to participate)
Text to show in the lurk mode nick change prompt.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="lurktext" value="You must change your name to chat!">
In a param file:
lurktext=You must change your name to chat!

JAVA PARAMS MAKEUNIQUENICK [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Ensures a uniquely numbered version of the requested nickname, by appending incrementing numbers to the end of the name until a free one is found.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="makeuniquenick" value="true">
In a param file:
makeuniquenick=true

JAVA PARAMS MAXAVATARHEIGHT
Format: [height]
Default: (0)
Maximum height for avatar images.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="maxavatarheight" value="24">
In a param file:
maxavatarheight=24

JAVA PARAMS MYTEXTCOLORINDEX
Format: []
Default: (none)
If set, causes you to use one of the colors indexed by 0 to 15 by default. all other users will see the color.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="mytextcolorindex" value="">
In a param file:
mytextcolorindex=

JAVA PARAMS NAMEPROMPT [Index | Top]
Format: [prompt]
Default: (Your email address)
Enter your email address prompt.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="nameprompt" value="Please enter your name">
In a param file:
nameprompt=Please enter your name

JAVA PARAMS NICK [Index | Top]
Format: [nickname]
The nick is the name the user will use while they are on the server. If you use the nick=guest parameter then the users will get a random nickname. This is nice for bringing the user directly onto the server and requiring no input from the user. You can force the user to change their nickname to something else before speaking by using the 'lurk' command.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="nick" value="guest">
In a param file:
nick=guest

JAVA PARAMS NICKPROMPT [Index | Top]
Format: [prompt]
Default: (Your nickname)
The prompt that will be displayed to ask the user to input their nickname.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="nickprompt" value="Choose a nickname">
In a param file:
nickprompt=Choose a nickname

JAVA PARAMS NOSHISTORYBEVEL
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
No bevel around the history area.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="nohistorybevel" value="true">
In a param file:
nohistorybevel=true

JAVA PARAMS NOLOAD
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Don't show the load progress meter.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="noload" value="true">
In a param file:
noload=true

JAVA PARAMS NOLOCALECHO
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
The ConferenceRoom Chat Server has a setting which forces the server to echo messages typed by a user back to him. This may be useful to give the user an idea of the latency between himself and the server. However if that setting is used, the client will display the user's message twice. Setting nolocalecho=true will cause the Java client to only show the message that was echoed by the chat server.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="nolocalecho" value="true">
In a param file:
nolocalecho=true

JAVA PARAMS NOPROMPTS
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Don't show any nickname, email, or room prompts.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="noprompts" value="true">
In a param file:
noprompts=true

JAVA PARAMS NOROOMSBEVEL
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
No bevel around the rooms area.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="noroomsbevel" value="true">
In a param file:
noroomsbevel=true

JAVA PARAMS NOSAID [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
When true, restricted mode looks like normal mode, with no "Person said" prefix.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="nosaid" value="true">
In a param file:
nosaid=true

JAVA PARAMS NOSETTINGS [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Don't show the Show User Settings button on login window.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="nosettings" value="true">
In a param file:
nosettings=true

JAVA PARAMS NOTICESOUND [Index | Top]
Format: [sound file]
Default: (none)
Sound file to play when receiving a notice.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="noticesound" value="wow.au">
In a param file:
noticesound=wow.au

JAVA PARAMS NOUSERBEVEL
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
No bevel around the user list area.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="nouserbevel" value="true">
In a param file:
nouserbevel=true

JAVA PARAMS ONLYSHOWCHAT [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Only show what people say, filtering "junk" like joins/parts/etc.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="onlyshowchat" value="true">
In a param file:
onlyshowchat=true

JAVA PARAMS OPIMAGE [Index | Top]
Format: [URL]
Default: (op.gif)
Image to use in the user list for ops.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="opimage" value="red.gif">
In a param file:
opimage=red.gif

JAVA PARAMS OVERRIDE
Format: [list of params]
Extended: param1,param2,param3...
Default: (none)
Uunlocks specific params so that they can be read from HTML source.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="override" value="user,onlyshowchat">
In a param file:
override=user,onlyshowchat

JAVA PARAMS PASS
Format: [server password]
Default: (none)
Password to the server if set.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="pass" value="mYpASS">
In a param file:
pass=mYpASS

JAVA PARAMS PASSPROMPT [Index | Top]
Format: [prompt]
Default: (none)
If provided, will ask for a server password.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="passprompt" value="Please enter your password!">
In a param file:
passprompt=Please enter your password!

JAVA PARAMS PINGTIMEOUT
Format: [seconds]
Default: (300 seconds (5 minutes))
To ensure the connection exists, the client can periodically ping the server. The server will respond with an I'm alive message if the connection is still up. Be aware that setting the timeout to drastically low values can significantly increase your network traffic. To disable the feature altogether, set it to 0 seconds.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="pingtimeout" value="100">
In a param file:
pingtimeout=100

JAVA PARAMS PLAYSOUNDS [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Default Java sounds available all sounds are in *.au format.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="playsounds" value="false">
In a param file:
playsounds=false

JAVA PARAMS PRIVATEWINDOWFLOATHEIGHT
Format: [height]
Default: (applet height)
Set the default height for a floated private window.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="privatewindowfloatheight" value="300">
In a param file:
privatewindowfloatheight=300

JAVA PARAMS PRIVATEWINDOWFLOATLEFT
Format: [left edge]
Default: (0)
Set if you need to specify the left edge of a floated private window on-screen.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="privatewindowfloatleft" value="20">
In a param file:
privatewindowfloatleft=20

JAVA PARAMS PRIVATEWINDOWFLOATTOP
Format: [top edge]
Default: (0)
Set if you need to specify the top edge of a floated private window on-screen.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="privatewindowfloattop" value="20">
In a param file:
privatewindowfloattop=20

JAVA PARAMS PRIVATEWINDOWFLOATWIDTH
Format: [width]
Default: (applet width)
Set the default width for a floated private window.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="privatewindowfloatwidth" value="550">
In a param file:
privatewindowfloatwidth=550

JAVA PARAMS RESTRICTED [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Restricted command set, also uses simple UI mode.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="restricted" value="true">
In a param file:
restricted=true

JAVA PARAMS ROOM [Index | Top]
Format: [room name]
Default join room.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="room" value="#webchat">
In a param file:
room=#webchat

JAVA PARAMS ROOMPROMPT [Index | Top]
Format: [prompt]
Default: (Join channel)
Define what the prompt says that asks a user to join a room.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="roomprompt" value="Please enter a channel name.">
In a param file:
roomprompt=Please enter a channel name.

JAVA PARAMS ROOMSBACKGROUNDIMAGE
Format: [URL]
Default: (none)
Background images for the rooms list area.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="roomsbackgroundimage" value="ligtning.gif">
In a param file:
roomsbackgroundimage=lightning.gif

JAVA PARAMS ROOMSFOREGROUNDIMAGE
Format: [URL]
Default: (none)
Foreground images for the rooms list area.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="roomsforegroundimage" value="box.gif">
In a param file:
roomsforegroundimage=box.gif

JAVA PARAMS ROOMSTEXT
Format: [text]
Default: (Rooms)
Text for the rooms column header.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="roomstext" value="Canal">
In a param file:
roomstext=Canal

JAVA PARAMS ROOMSWIDTH [Index | Top]
Format: [int]
Default: (25)
Set room window size. NOTE: if you have a large quantity of rooms you may want to set the size to 0.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="roomswidth" value="35">
In a param file:
roomswidth=35

JAVA PARAMS SERVER
Format: [server name]
Default: (base server)
Server to connect to. Not really necessary since the applet will automatically try to connect back to the host it was served from.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="server" value="irc.webmaster.com">
In a param file:
server=irc.webmaster.com

JAVA PARAMS SECURE
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
If true, and if the page is loaded over SSL, will attempt to use secure communication with the server. This does not guarantee a secure connection but it will attempt to establish one. A secured lock icon will appear if the client can establish a secure link to the server.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="secure" value="true">
In a param file:
secure=true

JAVA PARAMS SECUREONLY
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
If set true, enforces the secure parameter, which means that if the encryption keys that are required for the secure connection cannot be obtained, the client will not work. It will attempt to retrieve the keys 5 times before giving up. This may be useful in case the network connection is a bit flaky.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="secureonly" value="true">
In a param file:
secureonly=true

JAVA PARAMS SHOWAVATARS
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Show user avatars.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showavatars" value="false">
In a param file:
showavatars=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWBUTTONPANEL [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Show buttons (menu options above the Java applet).
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showbuttonpanel" value="false">
In a param file:
showbuttonpanel=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWCHATBUTTON [Index | Top]
Format: [true/false]
Default: (true)
You can disable the Chat button by setting this to false.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showchatbutton" value="false">
In a param file:
showchatbutton=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWCOLORS [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Show colors and font styles in rooms.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showcolors" value="false">
In a param file:
showcolors=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWCONNECTBUTTON
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Show a connect/quit button on the login screen.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showconnectbutton" value="false">
In a param file:
showconnectbutton=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWFLOATBUTTON
Format: [true/false]
Default: (true)
You can disable the Float button by setting this to false.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showfloatbutton" value="false">
In a param file:
showfloatbutton=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWHELPBUTTON
Format: [true/false]
Default: (true)
You can disable the Help button by setting this to false.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showhelpbutton" value="false">
In a param file:
showhelpbutton=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWJOINS [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Show room joins by other users.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showjoins" value="false">
In a param file:
showjoins=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWNICKNAMES [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Show nicknames when people are speaking.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="shownicknames" value="false">
In a param file:
shownicknames=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWROOMNAMES
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Show room name buttons for easy switching between rooms. If false floatnewwindows will be automatically set to true.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showroomnames" value="false">
In a param file:
showroomnames=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWROOMSBUTTON [Index | Top]
Format: [true/false]
Default: (true)
You can disable the Rooms button by setting this to false.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showroomsbutton" value="false">
In a param file:
showroomsbutton=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWSENDBUTTON [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Show a Send button on the input bar.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showsendbutton" value="true">
In a param file:
showsendbutton=true

JAVA PARAMS SHOWSERVERWINDOW [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Show the server messages window.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showserverwindow" value="false">
In a param file:
showserverwindow=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWSESSIONBUTTON [Index | Top]
Format: [true/false]
Default: (true)
You can disable the Login/Session button by setting this to false. Allows you to use a multiline input instead of a single line input bar.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showsessionbutton" value="false">
In a param file:
showsessionbutton=false

JAVA PARAMS SHOWTICKER [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
Show scrolling message at the bottom of the applet.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="showticker" value="false">
In a param file:
showticker=false

JAVA PARAMS SIMPLE [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Simple UI mode, only allows one room.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="simple" value="true">
In a param file:
simple=true

JAVA PARAMS SIZE [Index | Top]
Format: [point size]
Default: (12)
Font point size to use.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="size" value="14">
In a param file:
size=14

JAVA PARAMS SOUNDS
Format: [sound strings];[sound strings]
Extended: sounds1, sounds2,... sounds9
Sound files to play with the associated text that will be sent into the channel. The text will be sent after the persons nickname in this format: '[Nickname] [has sent this sound into the channel]' If you want to create your own sounds then they must be: .au 8 bit mono uLaw.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="sounds" value="Knock;knock.au wants to come inside.;Attention;whistle.au wants everyones attention!;">
In a param file:
sounds=Knock;knock.au wants to come inside.;Attention;whistle.au wants everyones attention!;

JAVA PARAMS SSP
Format: [URL]
Default: (none)
Server Side Param File. A list of params in paramname=value format that is served from the server. The java client will first look at the default.prm file int he java directory and then at the specified param file in the ssp tag. Then it will look at the params in the HTML code. The preference is default.pmr, ssp and then HTML.
Also see OVERRIDE
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="ssp" value="def.prm">
In a param file:
ssp=def.prm

JAVA PARAMS STYLE
Format: [BOLD, ITALIC]
Default: (none)
Font style to use.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="style" value="bold">
In a param file:
style=bold

JAVA PARAMS TICKERFEED
Format: [URL],[URL]
Extended: tickerfeed, tickerfeed1, tickerfeed2,... tickerfeed9
Set up to 10 external ticker files.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="tickerfeed" value="/feed/file1.html">
In a param file:
tickerfeed=/feed/file1.html

JAVA PARAMS TICKERFONT
Format: [font name]
Default: (same as Font param)
Font to use on the ticker.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="tickerfont" value="Arial">
In a param file:
tickerfont=Arial

JAVA PARAMS TICKERLIFETIME
Format: [time]
Default: (0)
How long the ticker will last.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="tickerlifetime" value="2">
In a param file:
tickerlifetime=2

JAVA PARAMS TICKERPAUSE
Format: [time]
Default: (3s)
Seconds to pause when a line reaches the edge.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="tickerpause" value="5s">
In a param file:
tickerpause=5s

JAVA PARAMS TICKERREPEAT
Format: [times]
Default: (3)
How many times to show the ticker before expiring.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="tickerrepeat" value="5">
In a param file:
tickerrepeat=5

JAVA PARAMS TICKERSIZE
Format: [point size]
Font point size to use.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="tickersize" value="16">
In a param file:
tickersize=16

JAVA PARAMS TICKERSPEED
Format: [speed]
Default: (30)
Milliseconds to pause when scrolling the ticker.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="tickerspeed" value="45">
In a param file:
tickerspeed=45

JAVA PARAMS TICKERSTYLE
Format: [BOLD, ITALIC]
Ticker Font style to use.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="tickerstyle" value="bold">
In a param file:
tickerstyle=bold

JAVA PARAMS TICKERTOPICS
Format: [topic1,topic2,topic3,...]
If set, will only show newsflashes with one of the specified topics.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="tickertopics" value="Intl,Sports">
In a param file:
tickertopics=Intl,Sports

JAVA PARAMS TIMESTAMP [Index | Top]
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Turn on timestamping.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="timestamp" value="true">
In a param file:
timestamp=true

JAVA PARAMS TOPICCOLOR [Index | Top]
Format: [color]
Default: (fgcolor)
ONLY for minichat client, sets the topic bar color.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="topiccolor" value="FF0000">
In a param file:
topiccolor=FF0000

JAVA PARAMS TRYHTTPTUNNEL
Format: [true|false]
Default: (true)
If true, will try to make an http based connection if the normal connection fails, due to a firewall or some other reason.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="tryhttptunnel" value="false">
In a param file:
tryhttptunnel=false

JAVA PARAMS UOPIMAGE
Format: [URL]
Default: (uop.gif)
Image to use in the user list for uops.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="uopimage" value="guest.gif">
In a param file:
uopimage=guest.gif

JAVA PARAMS URLCOLOR [Index | Top]
Format: [color]
Default: (fgcolor)
ONLY for minichat client, sets the copyright color.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="urlcolor" value="00FF00">
In a param file:
urlcolor=00FF00

JAVA PARAMS USEMINICHAT
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Use the mini client without prompting.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="useminichat" value="true">
In a param file:
useminichat=true

JAVA PARAMS USEMULTILINEINPUT
Format: [true/false]
Default: (false)
Allows you to use a multiline input instead of a single line input bar.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="usemultilineinput" value="true">
In a param file:
usemultilineinput=true

JAVA PARAMS USENAMEINNICK
Format: [true|false]
Default: (false)
Use the value of the name prompt in the nickname. It will be appended to the value of the nick prompt with an underscore bar ( _ ) between.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="usenameinnick" value="true">
In a param file:
usenameinnick=true

JAVA PARAMS USEPROXYAUTHENTICATION
Format: [true/false]
Default: (false)
Pops up a window querying the user for proxy authentication information if necessary to use. This should bypass the proxy support built-in to the web browser. This param is experimental, please report any problems you experience with it to WebMaster, Inc. at [email protected]
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="useproxyauthentication" value="true">
In a param file:
useproxyauthentication=true

JAVA PARAMS USER
Format: [login name]
Default: (java)
Default user info is java@ or javguest@.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="user" value="mysite">
In a param file:
user=mysite

JAVA PARAMS USERONDOUBLECLICK [Index | Top]
Format: [Command]
Default: (/query %n) - The default will open a private message window to the user (if allowed by the other params).
Allows you to set a macro to do when a user is double-clicked. You can substitute the user's nickname using %n. So for example, if you want a double-click to automatically do a whois on the nickname.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="userondoubleclick" value="/whois %n">
In a param file:
userondoubleclick=/whois %n

JAVA PARAMS USERONSINGLECLICK [Index | Top]
Format: [Command]
Default: ()
Allows you to set a macro to do when a user is single-clicked. You can substitute the user's nickname using %n. So for example, if you want a single-click to automatically do a whois on the nickname.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="useronsingleclick" value="/whois %n">
In a param file:
useronsingleclick=/whois %n

JAVA PARAMS USERPROMPT [Index | Top]
Format: [prompt]
Default: (Your email address)
Prompt for the user name field. If blank the field will not appear.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="userprompt" value="Please enter your user name">
In a param file:
userprompt=Please enter your user name

JAVA PARAMS USERSBACKGROUNDIMAGE
Format: [URL]
Background images for the users list area.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="usersbackgroundimage" value="moon.gif">
In a param file:
usersbackgroundimage=moon.gif

JAVA PARAMS USERSFOREGROUNDIMAGE
Format: [URL]
Default: (none)
Foreground images for the users list area.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="usersforegroundimage" value="usercover.gif">
In a param file:
usersforegroundimage=usercover.gif

JAVA PARAMS USERTEXT
Format: [text]
Default: (Users)
Text for the users column header.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="usertext" value="People">
In a param file:
usertext=People

JAVA PARAMS USERWIDTH [Index | Top]
Format: [int]
Default: (25)
Percentage of room displays allocated to user list column.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="userwidth" value="20">
In a param file:
userwidth=20

JAVA PARAMS VOICEIMAGE [Index | Top]
Format: [URL]
Default: (voice.gif)
Image to use in the user list for voice.
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="voiceimage" value="mouth.gif">
In a param file:
voiceimage=mouth.gif

JAVA PARAMS WHOCARDIMAGEDIR
Format: [URL]
Default: (WhoCardImages/)
Directory to look for WhoCard Images
Examples:
In a web page:
<param name="whocardimagedir" value="/data/java/whocardimages/">
In a param file:
whocardimagedir=/data/java/whocardimages/

Common GuiColors: [top]

<param name=guicolors1 value=
youColor=839DBA; what you say & normal user in nick list color
operColor=30B5D2; op color in nick list
voicecolor=5B9AA7; voice color in nick list
userscolor=1EBEE0"> normal user color in nick list

<param name=guicolors2 value=
inputcolor=003180; background of box you type in
inputtextColor=1EBEE0; foreground (text) of box you type in
sessioncolor=002C7A; login window, background color
systemcolor=1EBEE0"> motd text color

<param name=guicolors3 value=
titleColor=002C7A; background for title bar (where topic is shown)
titletextColor=1EBEE0; foreground (text) in title bar
sessiontextColor=FFFFFF"> login window text color

<param name=guicolors4 value=
joinColor=009900; Color for channel join message
partColor=009900; Color for channel part message
talkcolor=B7B7D9"> Other users talk color

All GuiColors:  [top]

GUICOLORS need to be changed with a hexadecimal value. For your convenience we have a list of hex color values. You need to keep in mind that guicolors=0,guicolors=1 to 9 are offered to you in order to wrap the lines as each lines in your def.prm file will not accept more then 256 characters. With the Java GUICOLORS you are able to change the default color settings of the Java client. Such as Your own text colors room modes, moderators, voiced, kicks, and so on.

Hex Values:

FFFFFF = White
FF0000 = Red
FFFF00 = Yellow
000000 = Black
800000 = Brown
00FF00 = Light Green
000080 = Blue
800080 = Purple
008080 = Cyan
008000 = Green
808000 = Orange
00FFFF = Light Cyan
0000FF = Light Blue
FF00FF = Pink
808080 = Grey
C0C0C0 = Light Grey

  • actionColor (red) color for actions
  • systemColor (orange) color for system messages
  • noticeColor (red) color for notices
  • joinColor (green) color for joins and parts
  • quitColor (joinColor) color for quit messages
  • kickColor (magenta) color for kick messages
  • urlColor (blue) color for URLs and copyright notice
  • privateColor (gray) color for private messages
  • talkColor (black) normal text color
  • youColor (black) color for your own messages
  • soundColor (cyan) color for sound messages
  • errorColor (red) color for error messages
  • operColor (blue) color for channel operators' messages
  • voiceColor (green) color for channel voice ops' messages
  • uopColor (teal) color for channel uops' messages
  • titleColor (lightGray) titlebar background color
  • titleTextColor (black) titlebar text color
  • sessionColor - background for the login panel
  • sessionTextColor - text color for the login panel
  • messageColor - background of message status bar
  • messageTextColor - text color of message status bar
  • tickerColor - background for the ticker
  • tickerTextColor - text color for the ticker
  • tickerTextHiColor (urlColor) - color for highlighted clickable tickers
  • selectColor (lightGray) - color for selections in the user list
  • roomsColor (blue) - rooms list color
  • usersColor (talkColor) - users list color
  • buttonColor (darkGray) - action buttons text color
  • buttonDisabledColor (lightGray) - disabled action buttons text color
  • buttonBackgroundColor - action buttons default background color
  • inputColor = (white) - background of input bar
  • inputTextColor (black) - text color of input bar
  • nickInputColor (white) - background of nickname input bar
  • nickInputTextColor (black) - text color of nickname input bar
  • usersBackgroundColor - background of users list
  • historyBackgroundColor - background of channel history
  • roomsBackgroundColor - background of rooms list

Sounds: [top]

The following are sounds that you can play using /sound filename.au - all of the sound files reside on the IRCStorm server, you can't have custom sounds, for example /sound door.au would make the sound of a creaking door.

alarm.au applause.au babycry.au cash_register.au
moo.au crash.au crashcymbal.au cuckoo.au
does_not_compute.au doh.au door.au explosion.au
flush.au computer.au explosion.au giggle.au
glass.au breaking_glass.au goofed.au hallelujah.au
knock.au gong.au laugh.au laughter.au
ohyeah.au rasberry.au sci_fi.au snore.au
sub_dive.au horn.au hello.au music.au
join.au whistle.au aww.au bell.au
cowbell.au drip.au notice.au scoping.au
spacedoor.au sub_dive_horn.au swish.au train.au

 

 

 

 

 

Copy & Paste the following code into your html to add a pull down box to access the sounds.

Images: [top]

Copy & Paste the following code into your html to display the images in the ImagePanel.

Note: You can include or exclude any of the images above.

You can also see a directory of all possible images here.

Background Images: [top]

The following images can be used as a background for your chat! (click for larger view)

 

To use a background image simply add the following code to your existing parameters:
<param name="historybackgroundimage" value="http://www.freejavachat.com/images/t-usa-back.jpg">

Replace the file name (shown in red) with the actual file name of the image above. Let your mouse rest on the image to display the file name.

NOTE: Because some background colors are light and others are dark, you may need to adjust the guicolors so that you get the right text color for the desired background.