1. Evan Gates
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File README Modified

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 Edit config.mk to match your local setup. pcw is installed into
 /usr/local by default.
-After the first make, a config.h will be generated from config.def.h, edit this
-to change the command pcw will execute.
+Edit pcw_win.sh to customize what action is taken when new channels are joined.
-For ii to  work with pcw you must apply either the ii-1.4-autojoin.diff patch
-or the ii-1.4-joinuser.diff but not both. Those and a number of other patches
-can be found in the patches/ directory.
+It is recommended to use ii-emg[3] until new patches are created or certain
+changes can be merged into ii.
 There are also a number of extras in the extras/ directory that are not
 installed by default.

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 # For colors, bell on nick, better line wrapping etc.
 # exec urxvt -title "$CPATH" -e srw -p "$(basename "$CPATH")> " cw_color.sh -i "$OUT" -o "$IN" -n "$NICK"
-# And to add reflowing text when the window changes size.  Although beware, in
-# this case reflow means reprint the whole file at the new width.  This can be
-# slow, but if you use chat.sh it gzips the old out files everytime you startup
-# again.  (This is the one I use, along with chat.sh)
-# exec urxvt -title "$CPATH" -e srw -w -p "$(basename "$CPATH")> " cw_color.sh -i "$OUT" -o "$IN" -n "$NICK"
 # If you want to use tabbed (http://tools.suckless.org/tabbed) so each new
 # channel has it's own tab.  Start tabbed with -d then export the window id as
 # pcw_window_id (or whatever you want...) then start pcw.  It should be fairly