Carracho has released an OS X version of their popular and power Carracho Client/Server communication suite. Carracho allows users to simultaneously chat, exchange files, and browse newsgroups from within an easy to use client application. According to Carracho:
Whatis new in Carracho Client PR5.5/X PR2?
- You can now paste a user icon in OS X (Carbon/OS X only)
- Client may crash when pasting text into edit fields (Carbon only)
- Client may crash when closing a preview window
- Client may crash when a help window comes up (Carbon only)
- Stalled file transfers (Carbon/OS X only)
- You can now paste tracker addresses in the preferences dialog
- Client crashes when replacing a download
- Several internal bug fixes
- When Carracho is in the background, a private message will flash in a System Alert dialog
- Client now displays a server banner right after the login
- New application icon (Thanks to Patrick)
Whatis new in Carracho Server PR5.7/X PR2?
- Fixed a bug that could cause stalled file transfers (Carbon/OS X only)
- Fixed a bug that prevents users from viewing the last posted article in a newsgroup
- Server administrators are now able to download even if the download limit has been reached
- Internal bug fixes
The simple and elegant Carracho Client enables you to use the services provided by a Carracho Server. Once connected to a server, you can meet new friends in chat rooms, discuss ideas in newsgroups and simultaneously download the latest updates for software without switching between different applications.
All useful features you know from IRC, FTP and Usenet programs like multi-threaded news, real-time conferences, moderated chat rooms, drag-n-drop file upload/download etc. are integrated. Additionally Carracho Client allows you to resume downloads, send private personal messages and access all functions needed by server administrators from a single window. Carrachois easy-to-use interface will make you to a power user within minutes.
The Carracho Client is available for free. You can find more information at the Carracho web site.