Homer (software)

Homer, from Blue Cow Software, was an IRC client for Apple Macintosh computer systems during the 1990s, written by Tob Smith, and distributed as shareware.
System 7 or later of the classic Mac OS was required, as was MacTCP.
It featured an icon view of users in a channel, which would animate when the user posted to the channel. It also provided notification of incoming CTCP Finger commands. Ircle included and extended this feature,


Homer, from Blue Cow Software, was an IRC client for Apple Macintosh computer systems during the 1990s, written by Tob Smith, and distributed as shareware. System 7 or later of the classic Mac OS was required, as was MacTCP. It featured an icon view of users in a channel, which would animate when the user posted to the channel. It also provided notification of incoming CTCP Finger commands. Ircle included and extended this feature, "face files" to larger images. A late version of Homer reportedly allowed collaborative drawing across the network.
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