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Is there a 'talk' client?



there is etalk by Eric --the author of speedbar --though I
dont use it.
You can use tnt if you want to use AIM --that is
speech-enabled by emacspeak.
>>>>> "Gary" == Gary Lawrence Murphy <garym@canada.com> writes:

    Gary> This seemed like such a basic thing, I'm surprised
    Gary> I can't find it (it's probably right under my
    Gary> nose) but is there a unix talk client for
    Gary> emacspeak?  When I am logged in to Paul's
    Gary> computer, I've figured out how to talk to him via
    Gary> gnuserv (message "msg") calls, but that's hardly
    Gary> optimal.

    Gary> -- Gary Lawrence Murphy <garym@canada.com>
    Gary> TeleDynamics Communications Inc Business
    Gary> Innovations Through Open Source Systems:
    Gary> http://www.teledyn.com "Computers are useless.
    Gary> They can only give you answers."(Pablo Picasso)

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