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Empathy is the official instant messaging application of the GNOME desktop environment. [nbsp]Empathy can connect to AIM, MSN, Jabber (including Facebook and Google Talk), IRC, and many other messaging networks. You can chat with text, make audio and video calls, or even transfer files, depending on what your contact’s chat application allows.
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Located in ../data/empathy.appdata.xml.in.h:1
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Empathy provides integrated messaging for the GNOME desktop, so you’ll never miss a message. [nbsp]You can respond to your contacts without even having to open Empathy!
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Located in ../data/empathy.appdata.xml.in.h:2
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Connection managers should be used
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.Empathy.gschema.xml.h:1
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Whether connectivity managers should be used to automatically disconnect/reconnect.
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.Empathy.gschema.xml.h:2
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Empathy should auto-connect on startup
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.Empathy.gschema.xml.h:3
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Whether Empathy should automatically log into your accounts on startup.
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.Empathy.gschema.xml.h:4
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Empathy should auto-away when idle
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.Empathy.gschema.xml.h:5
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Whether Empathy should go into away mode automatically if the user is idle.
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.Empathy.gschema.xml.h:6
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Empathy default download folder
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.Empathy.gschema.xml.h:7
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The default folder to save file transfers in.
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.Empathy.gschema.xml.h:8
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