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I am having some trouble understanding IRC connection?

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Okay so I downloaded "COLOQUOY" and I dont understand what I put in to connect to our chat server? I have never done IRC chat so its all very confusing to me. The wiki article made little sense to me.
We're in #adisc on irc.blitzed.org.
I dont understand that?
Basicly what information do I need to input to join the chat?
 

Kovy

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Go to colloquy, to Join Chat Room, under connection put cheesecake.nj.us.blitzed.org, under chat room put #adisc. Hope I helped!
 
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But what is our "Chat Server" and "Server protocall"
then a new connection window opens up and my connection is listed so I click join room and asks me for "Chat room"
 

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It's better to put irc.blitzed.org rather then cheesecake.nj.us.blitzed.org.

What are the things you have to fill in? and what are the options it gives.
 

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Colloquy is a very nice IRC client. I use it myself on my Mac -- just go exploring a bit with the app and you'll find a lot of useful things. A lot of things that a traditional need-to-know client don't apply, but do at the same time. You don't need to learn all the /foo commands because they're all somewhere in the GUI.

Happy chitchattin'.
 
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