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Originally Posted by Korben View Post
What you could do is on steam use the web browser and sign into meebo. That way to talk to whoever you deem fit just go to web browser which is pretty much instant. I think that is your best bet.
Have thought about this but hate web-based MSN clients.

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Originally Posted by TFL Replica View Post
This is mostly about ingame web browsers but there are solutions for your problem (including one for MSN) in there: http://www.gamespot.com/features/6204588/

Basically ingame browsers are the solution itself.
The only one with MSN functionality amongst those browsers appears to be PlayXPert, which does not even support Vista yet.
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post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by zelix View Post
No xfire works fine with steam. 100%

No unless he has 256mb of ram.

because thats impossible for xfire to lag games considering how low ammount of resources it uses.
18oo mhz cpu and 1gig of ram runing on a 5400 rpm hd. with a x600 ati gfx.
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Why not try PlayXpert ?
It is basically an overlay dock for use in-games with widgets including an IM which works with msn, yahoo, aim, xfire etc.
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