Category Archives: naim

Talking To Naim’s Creator

I had a small talk with Dan Reed, the author of naim, and he explained away some of the issues I was having with it. Deleting single words: ^W does this. I’m really an idiot for not remembering that. Removing group names from the contact list: Use the command ‘/set autosort 1’. Removing non-aliases from […]


What I Would Do If I Worked On Naim

naim is a wonderful terminal-based AIM client written by Dan Reed. It sports a variety of features, is robust and stable, and fairly configurable. There are, however, things I dislike about it, and here is a rough list of those things. The bottom of the program only displays one line of the message you are […]