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zonereyrie
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Attention Trillian users
I'm a Trillian Pro user for IM on Windows. Today Yahoo changed their IM protocol, and there is a bug in Trillian Pro 2.0, and I think the older versions, that can cause Trillian to crash when started if you have it auto-connect. On my old WinME craptop at home I'd get a Kernel32 error and would have to close Trillian. If this is happening to you, you may need to edit the ini file directly - since you can't use the Trillian UI to change the auto-connect setting if it crashes on startup. You'll have a file yahoo.ini somewhere - for me in C:\Program Files\Trillian\users\default. Change "auto connect=1" to "auto connect=0".

Drove me a bit nuts until I remembered today was the day for Yahoo's change, then I figured it had something to do with that.

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chiieddy From: chiieddy Date: September 26th, 2003 04:00 am (UTC) (Direct Link)

Trillian Patch

Make sure you have the latest patch (ends in an e) which should fix the Yahoo! and MSN issues. At least I believe that it does.
zonereyrie From: zonereyrie Date: September 26th, 2003 04:27 am (UTC) (Direct Link)

Re: Trillian Patch

Nope. Unless it came out in the past few hours, it is a known bug in 2.0 that it can crash on connection with Yahoo. Older versions like Trillian .74 and Trillian Pro 1.0 might be OK with the patch, I don't know for sure.
chemical_pocky From: chemical_pocky Date: September 26th, 2003 06:01 am (UTC) (Direct Link)

Re: Trillian Patch

All versions of Trillian seem to crash when you try to sign on to Yahoo. :( I know, I spent a half-hour at work yesterday trying to get it up and running, and the patches didn't help at all. :( But luckily they're working on a new patch to fix it though.
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