I'm an IRCOp, and I've used just about every feature you can imagine. Topic changing works just fine, though I've always voice'd and op'd people by text commands. However, XChat is a very mature project so I'm sure that the GUI's op management is robust and functional.
Colloquy is a graphical IRC client for Macs that can be somewhat easier for beginners to use. Adhering to Mac OS X interface conventions, Colloquy has the look and feel of a quality Mac application. It is not recommended for power users. Hi, I was wondering what irc clients people use here, and what you guys think is the best client. I'm new to this as well, so if anyone can point me in the right direction on how to use irc clients, that would be awesome. Textual is a native Mac IRC client, so it takes full advantage of macOS features like the Notification Center. It has a clean, simple interface, and that makes it great for both beginners and pros. Best IRC client for Mac OS X: Textual. Being the powerful one, in the list of these applications, Textual is so smooth to use. Basically, designed for Mac OS X, offers such an amazing multi-column UI which is delightful in dark and light variants and especially cool on retina devices. LeafChat is an IRC client for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Chat with your friends using popular IRC networks. LeafChat has a friendly, clean interface that doesn't get in the way of your conversations.
Irc For Mac
Sep 20, 2005 8:54 AM