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  1. Things have changed in the most recent Miranda distribution, and I haven't had the time (or motivation) to update my walkthrough. To change the fonts, it's under options - Message Sessions -> Messaging Log (all the container options are located here now). Also, try using Scriver not Tabsrmm. The "use IEview as default" or something like it is still buried in the options menu someplace, just keep looking around the message session section 'til you find it.
  2. First off, thanks for the props, and for looking for answers before asking questions 1) Try the newer version of Miranda, the options for fonts are Message Sessions -> Messaging Log, you might want to give that a try. 2) Try looking for something like a "no avatar" png or something, and you can replace that with a sort of "global" avatar. It depends on your ieview theme though.... 3) I think Extended UserInfo will let you do that 4) I think you'd have to hack your ivt/html IEView theme file to do that...
  3. I think you may want to try downloading a more recent version of Miranda...
  4. Depending on which protocol you are using, you may not be able to view other user's icons. I don't think AIM works at all (at least I haven't had any luck) but I have managed to get avatars for some of my MSN and GTalk buddies. Which protocols are you using?
  5. It's really not all that hard to figure out, when I started, I didn't have a clue what I was doing, and when I got stuck, I'd go search the forums at Miranda's website. You can almost always find the answer there, and just experimenting with different settings and combinations of plugins works pretty well too. Oh, and SaintNick, my guess is that your margins (contact list -> window tab -> client area margins) need some adjusting.
  6. I don't think you searched too well, 'cause this question has been asked and answered a lot of times. Basically, you will need IEView and Tabsrmm/Scriver (I personally prefer Scriver, but that's just me, I've had more luck with getting it working). SmileyAdd is designed to work directly with ieview to replace typed smileys with gifs. So like dreamsINdigital said, get SmileyAdd and your problems should be solved.
  7. This is an awesome idea. Kudos to both Khalua and iGo. If you guys can pull it off, that would be absolutely incredible.
  8. Which tab plugin are you using? Which version of Firefox? Details will help a lot in answering your question
  9. my recommendation would be to add your games to the exclusion list in RKLauncher, 'cause it's possible that it's not playing well with fullscreen games.
  10. try this thread, it's kinda old, but you should be able to piece together how to make things work. http://www.aqua-soft.org/board/showthread....nda+walkthrough Personally I recommend using Scriver instead of tabSRMM, I've had better luck with it. Just so you know though, you're probably not going to be able to see avatars with some protocols in Miranda, they're still working on making all that happen in the different ones. I think you can get it to work in MSN and Yahoo without any problem, but the AIM avatars is still kinda iffy.
  11. No, there is no way to have your contact's smiley's sent over to you, just can't do it over the protocols Miranda uses....I don't think you can do that with any program that I know of, unless I'm just missing something.
  12. Search on this site, 'cause there are multiple threads for fixing this problem from Firefox. It has something to do with having icons on one toolbar and not another or something...
  13. I made a walkthrough for Miranda that is getting a bit outdated now, but the basics of it still hold, and it might help you get started anyway. Ditto Aleph, you definitely want to use scriver/ieview and smileyadd together, it's the one fairly foolproof way I've found for adding smileys. It doesn't seem to work with some smiley files though ( some of my .msl and .asl files don't work) although I think there may be a way to hack those files so they'll work, I just haven't put the time into it. Ieview will allow you to have themes for your individual chat windows, and the clist modern plugin wil
  14. Preview it may be, but the purpose of a preview is to give you a representative idea of what the whole thing looks like without having to look at the whole thing...a little teeny swatch like that makes it hard to get an idea of what the whole thing really looks like.
  15. options -> messaging window -> ieview, load up the .ivt or .html file you want to use (I'm at work, so I don't have mine in front of me, but it's something like that, just poke around in the options 'til you find it).
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