The ChatterBox application was designed to be a multiple client, single server chat program.
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ChatterBox is an RPG/Real Time Strategy game which was written for Java 1.3 and 1.4. This project began as a test of getting the Java game engine to work, and later grew into an attempt to see how much things could be improved. As many people have suggested to me, « We should make a Chatbox! » So here it is! The entire source code is less than 200 lines. It’s so much fun I added more lines of code just to make it look fun. It is written for a single client/server system. It does not use an LFSR for « fibers ». It uses a thread pool so you will notice not all the classes thread themselves up. There are…
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In the end, most of what I wanted to include in the chat server is here. At one point the project expanded a little to include some background noise from the server which would play during idle time if the client was not running. It was a while ago so I can’t remember exactly what I did there.

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The server is implemented as a web application using Java Servlets and JSPs with the JVM being the server. It is designed to be scalable to cater for almost any size of message chat by means of a thread pool using a high number of concurrent threads, the number of which can be increased or decreased as required and is defined by one of the following parameters:

The size of the number of chat threads can be changed by editing the file:


Defining how many chat threads are available is done by editing the file:


As for how much chatter can be handled, this is limited to the thread pool size specified.

At the time of writing, the server does not have any technical dependencies, however, it is designed to be easily extended to be able to include any chat dependency such as

BT ChatterBox

The ChatterBox application is a chat program that is designed to function
as a multi-client, single server. The ChatBox allows its users to send instant messages to each other. ChatterBox is designed to be highly customizeable, so users can easily add their own features as required.
This ChatBox application is updated frequently, and will continue to be. All of the source code can be found on SourceForge at
ChatBox Features:
• Full network support including TCP and SSL
• Support for connecting to other ChatBox Instances
• Full support for fully customizable layout and GUI
• Supports Text, Multi-line & Background Chat
• Type of Chat Box can be changed by the user
• Version control in all aspects of the ChatBox
• Support for multiple languages
• Multicasting with IDS Support
• Highly extensible
• Can be Moduled into a WAR file
• Can be deployed as a Servlet
• Supports Event-Listener hooks
• Includes a WebDAV server
• Can be used as a JSON or XML Web Service
• Can be installed as a SWING Web Application
• Includes a powerful Sysadmin tool
• Supports customer importing, editing and exporting of its own logos
• Very fast and very scalable
Bug Reporting:
· Send email to with your detailed feedback or bug report
This application is free for use. It can be bundled together with your own product, or you can simply use it as a standard utility application.
Copyright 2007 – All Rights Reserved.
· What is this license? It is considered a ‘free use’ license which does not have any commercial restrictions or limitations on how you can use this program.
General – What is this program?
ChatterBox is an application that can be deployed as a Java Web Server with a fast and scalable AJAX-enabled text chat solution.
ChatBox has several modes of operation:
a) It can act as a client-server style chat – either as a single chat application listening to messages sent to it or as a multi-client, single server.
b) It can act as a stand-alone single client application – It automatically connects to another client of its own application. This can be another ChatBox instance or a non-ChatBox application.
c) It can act as

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The Chatbox is a 3D chat, n-way client. It allows a large number of users to communicate at a simultaneous time. It is easy to use and requires no special knowledge of Java or Linux.
Two versions are currently available:
· Chatbox Free: Free version of the Chatbox

· GUI Interface
· Version controlled
· File system chat history
· Multitasking
· No registration required

Download Chatbox 2.4

To install chatbox on your system, you need to have Java JRE 1.3.1 or higher. You can download it from our website.

The Chatbox installation package consists of four executable jar files. The file used depends on your platform and can be found in the « common » directory. For installation on Windows users, the Chatbox.exe file is used.

Important Notes:
The Chatbox Client is still in development and several bugs, missing features and minor issues may be found. Some features, even if added, may still be broken. We recommend you upgrade to our latest version of the chatbox (version 2.4). We will do our best to maintain the current version, but we would not be able to fix or provide patches for every minor issue with the current version of the chatbox.
You can find a list of all known issues with the current version of the chatbox client in this file, the « issues » directory.

The path to the chatbox executable jar files can be found in the « common » directory. Each jar file depends on the platform on which it is running. For instance, on Linux you have to create a symbolic link to the executable jar files in the directory /usr/local/bin and on Windows you have to copy the executable jar files to a specific directory.
You can find the instructions for each platform in the chatbox manual, the manual directory.

Instructions for Windows and Linux users:
This tutorial explains how to install the Chatbox client on both Linux and Windows.

This requires the following files:

*.jar files in the « common » directory

The Chatbox Client launcher application

Java 1.3.1 or higher

Installation on Linux:
To install on Linux, you have to create a symbolic link to the Chatbox jar files. If you have the chatbox software installed in a directory called « chatbox-client-linux » you have to move the jar files in

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Ok, so why even make this program, is there a demand for this?
There is.
When I worked at a hospital, the library was constantly losing our users’ conversations from their web browsers.
I had to come up with a way to make it so they could still keep their conversations using this medium.
I had already done some private server chat programs with long, long ago. I thought it would be a good idea to extend them all into a client-server chat program which would make one open each chat as a web browser, see the conversation history and the rest of the program would run in the background and take care of the task of talking to the servers.
This program is also multi-threaded to take care of the chats in the back ground as fast as possible.
It takes care of the multitasking for you! It can handle up to 5 connections to the same server at the same time!
Current Status:
So far, this program is mostly complete. I’ve made a simple GUI to start the program and to run a chat. I’ve also added support for new clients and made a server-side chat which will allow you to make a chat with multiple users.
What’s to Come:
Hopefully, I can continue to work on this program and increase its functionality. I also plan to make the GUI prettier, add support for more clients and make the main chat and its options easier to find and use.
Have a question?
Contact me at
Also, watch for more updates on the progress of ChatterBox, and send me feedback on it’s progress. the collective
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System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions are required)
Processor: Intel Core i3-2100, Intel Core i5-3570, Intel Core i5-4590, Intel Core i7-4790, or AMD Phenom II X4 965
Memory: 4GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650Ti (2GB VRAM), or AMD Radeon HD 7850 (2GB VRAM)
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection