I'm not going to get in a flame war here, but I don't think you can speak for the entire Xchat for windows userbase. Your reason for using Xchat, such as despising mIRC, is your own, not everyone's.
And like I said before, the entire reason I started making the script at all was because the Windows version of Xchat at the time wasn't all that great at the time, and I missed not having Xchat when I was in Windows.
It's sort of the same situation now, because a perfectly good FREE client went shareware, and such a swift license change with all the legal implications attached to it just doesn't appeal to me.
So when I'm in windows, I'll use my script and mIRC. In Linux, I'll still use the free version of Xchat.
If you don't want it, don't get it, but don't tell me not to post an alternative for people who feel the same.
And I forgot to mention, it distinctly says "Probably not for everyone" in the name of the thread.
"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."