Textual 7.2.2 Cracked for macOS

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Textual is the world’s most popular application for interacting with Internet Relay Chat (IRC) chatrooms on macOS. Textual protects your privacy by leveraging widely accepted, proven technologies such as Off-the-Record Messaging (OTR) to ensure that the only people reading your conversations are those that you intend to.

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  • macOS 10.9 or later 64-bit

  • Address Book for tracking when friends are online & offline
  • Auto-completion for nicknames, commands, and channels
  • Bold, color, italic, and underline text formatting
  • Built-in support for converting text emoticons to emojis
  • Growl and native Notification Center support
  • Inline media embedding (Show images inline with chat)
  • Inline nickname colorization
  • Per-channel notification controls
  • Powerful, customizable, rule-based ignore matching
  • Powerful filters that can perform commands in response to input
  • Powerful ZNC integration for power users
  • Quick navigation using fuzzy searching
  • The rich array of keyboard shortcuts
  • SOCKS4, SOCKS5, and HTTP proxy support (with or without SSL)
  • Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL)
  • Support for sending self-signed certificates for authentication
  • Support for validating and specifying trust for untrusted certificates
  • Viewing multiple channels at the same time
  • …and much, much more!

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  • Added M1 Macs to list of models for the sysinfo command.
  • macOS Sierra (10.12) is now the minimum version of macOS required.
  • Chat filters can now be duplicated by control clicking one that already exists.
  • Chat filters can now be limited based on how long its been since a user joined a channel.
  • Modified list of networks to include Libera Chat.
  • Libera Chat is now the home of the support channel and can be reached through the Help menu.
  • The default maximum nickname length has been changed to 31 characters from 9 characters to accommodate servers that don’t advertise a specific limit.
  • Modified the command query to have optional second argument which can be a message to send.
  • Modified the commands amsg and ame no longer increment the unread count of channels.
  • The Preferences window has been enlarged to accommodate system-wide changes on macOS Big Sur.
  • The mechanics that power the User List have been reworked to hopefully provide better reliability.

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