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Jan. 30th, 2006

I first off want to thank everyone who commented to my last post, I am getting so I like iJournal better than posting directly onto LJ. I am hoping that you can be just as helpful a second time... I have a quesion on AIM, I downloaded the version for mac, but on the pc version there was a way to make yourself invisible and I cant figure out how to do it on the mac version. Does anyone know how. It took me forever to figure out even how to put up an away message so now that I have that figured out I found something else that is harder... Thanks in advance for your help!

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oboe_sama
Jan. 31st, 2006 02:31 am (UTC)
yeah, being "invisible" on AIM wouldn't affect the network admins' ability to see whether or not you're logged in due to the traffic the application would be generating.

i use adium, and i've seen it have an option for going invisible - when you select your away message it's got a "custom..." menu option in the away message list, and that brings up a screen to enter your away message... in that screen there's a pop-up menu to select your state, and that lets you choose from available, free to chat, away, extended away, do not disturb, and invisible.
darbielou
Jan. 31st, 2006 07:51 am (UTC)
thank you for your concern I appreciate it, but I think it is highly unlikely that they would catch me, because I work in a hotel and we have wireless internet access and lots of people have computers here and I dont know how they would be able to tell that it was me and not one of our guests. To my understanding, my IP address doesnt connect with my name. Now maybe I am wrong, but I hope I am not.
darbielou
Jan. 31st, 2006 07:52 am (UTC)
Oh and btw I love your icon!!! It is so adorable!

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