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Msg#: 698 posted 1:58 pm on May 22, 2001 (gmt 0)

I'm looking for a script that will allow web site visitors to page me while I'm on-line. I've seen them before, but I have totally lost where. I tried the ICQ response panels, and they suck. Does anyone know of a decent script to do this?



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Msg#: 698 posted 2:45 pm on May 22, 2001 (gmt 0)

Hey Cyberspaced. How's it goin'?

I've always used HumanClick for this. It's free. The js is about 8K but it provides a functionality that has become priceless to me. I can embed the tag in a page to be invisible or I can make it available for the customer to chat with me. Granted it was a very rare occasion one would do this but that's the nature of my clientele and may not apply in your situation.


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Msg#: 698 posted 1:24 pm on May 23, 2001 (gmt 0)

Thanks toolman...

I run free question and answer services on my web site for people to get help with problems. Right now I do it all by e-mail, which is a pain for people who want help yesterday. I knew I had seen the software to do it, but when I went to go add it I couldn't find it anymore.

Which brings me to another question. What's the URL? :P I'm going to take a stab in the dark and suggest www.humanclick.com. But if I'm wrong can you maybe post the URL? Thanks.

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