Kent Sorensen has released a maintenance version of Snak, bringing it to version 4.7.2. Snak 4.7.2 is an IRC client app designed to allow users to create internet discussion groups with multiple servers. The maintenance version has several bug fixes found on OS X and 10.1. According to Ken Sorensen:
Snak is a full featured IRC client with some unique and very useful features.
Version 4.7.2 is a bug fix release that among other things corrects a problem that could cause the contacts list to appear empty, a problem dragging users to the contacts list on 10.1 and a two crashing bugs, one of which was OS X only. Additionally, command clicking on URLs now works again under OS X and other problems have been fixed as well.
Version 4.7 integrates the Notify and Ignore functions with the address book to form a unified contacts list. It features fine grained voice assignment if you use the speech functions, supports mIRC style background colors, allows the separation of the various list by dragging the tabs and many other things.
It also features a fully rewritten manual, introduces built-in nick completion, improves the way contextual menus work and fixes a lot of bugs..
You can find more information about the Snak maintenance update at the Ken Sorensen Web site. Snak 4.7.2 is available for US$20.00.