A new version of the popular IRC client, Snak, has been released and is ready for
download from the Web site.
In addition to fixing some bugs, the new version is Carbonized for OS X. The new release also improves the MP3 request list and fixes a bug where the program would not remember some registration numbers. Other changes to Snak include:
Script files can be aliases
Sound folder and sound files can be aliases
Topic in channels no longer limited to 255 characters
Fixed columns in userlist couldn’t resize
Fixed MP3 request could not always get a song if the request was received as a private messages.
Fixed delete in channel ban list didn’t update the set by field
Fixed Snak would forget that it had been registered with certain kinds of registration numbers
There are two versions available to download — 4.6 and 4.61. The developer, Kent Sorenson, notes that the OS X version will also run on OS 9.1 with CarbonLib 1.2.5 installed, but this is not recommended because the interface is adjusted to look good on OS X only. If you use OS 9.1 or earlier you should use the regular [4.6] Snak version.