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== Windows ==
 
== Windows ==
Paste the following in Notepad and save to a file with an ".reg" extension.  Then double-click on it and answer yes to the prompt to import the settings into your registry.  Be sure to enter the path to your XMPP-URI capable Jabber client.  See the [http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/networking/pluggable/overview/appendix_a.asp Registering an Application to a URL Protocol] article in [http://msdn.microsoft.com MSDN] for more details.
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Paste the following in Notepad and save to a file with an ".reg" extension.  Then double-click on it and answer yes to the prompt to import the settings into your registry.  Be sure to enter the path to your XMPP-URI capable Jabber/XMPP client.  See the [http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/networking/pluggable/overview/appendix_a.asp Registering an Application to a URL Protocol] article in [http://msdn.microsoft.com MSDN] for more details.
 
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Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
 
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
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= Jabber Clients =
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= Jabber/XMPP Clients =
 
List clients supporting XMPP URIs here.
 
List clients supporting XMPP URIs here.
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That's all you technically need to do. It can also make things prettier though if you add the Jabber icon next to all such links. To do this, locate the .css file for the skin you are using (e.g. skins/monobook/main.css) and append the following code:
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That's all you technically need to do. It can also make things prettier though if you add the XMPP icon next to all such links. To do this, locate the .css file for the skin you are using (e.g. skins/monobook/main.css) and append the following code:
 
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#bodyContent a[href ^="xmpp:"],
 
#bodyContent a[href ^="xmpp:"],
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