FOR HOW TO SET UP ICHAT
to Set up an AIM Account on iChat
here is some further information should you need it:
set up an AIM account: http://tinyurl.com/copecv
are our addresses which you'll need later to add us as buddies:
Screen name: email@example.com
Screeen name; firstname.lastname@example.org
Holly Screen name: sample109
us your AIM address so we can add you to our address book.
set up your AIM account on the iChat on your machine:
iChat > Preferences, and then click Accounts.
the Add (+) button.
the Account Type menu, choose AIM Account.
your AIM screen name and password, and click Done.
choose a buddy icon for yourself:
iChat > Change My Picture.
the picture you want to use, and click Open.
best results, use a picture that is 64 x 64 pixels in size. If
you use a larger picture, drag the slider to resize and crop it.
buddy icons come with iChat. To choose one, open your home folder
(under Places in the sidebar), and then open the Pictures folder,
the iChat Icon folder, and one of the folders of icons such as
Flags or Planets.
the iChat icon from the Application folder to your Dock.
start a video chat, do one of the following:
iChat on your doc; you'll get a list of your buddies. On the arrow
next to your name, make yourself available.
the camera icon next to the buddy you want to video chat with.
A preview window opens, showing the video image your buddy will
one, two, or three people in the buddy list you want to talk to,
and click the camera button at the bottom of the list.
your buddy accepts your invitation, his or her image opens in
the chat window, and your preview image shrinks into a corner
of the chat window. You can move your image to another corner
of the chat window by clicking that corner. To hide your image,
choose Video > Hide Local Video.
Apple iChat AV
Apple iChat AV is included with all Mac OS X computers and can
work with any Google Talk, AIM, MobileMe and Jabber account, on
either a Mac or a Windows computer. If your school is Mac-based,
or if any of your teachers have a Mac laptop with an iSight camera,
it's particularly easy. You can attach your computer video output
to a projector to put the image up on a larger screen so your
students will be able to see easily.