The name is a play on the word "script" in Pig Latin.One of the unique features of the Palace for its time was that the server software was given away for free and ran on consumer PCs, rather than being housed in a central location.The Palace (or Palace Chat, Chat Palace, Palace) is a computer program to access graphical chat room servers, called palaces, in which users may interact with one another using graphical avatars overlaid on a graphical backdrop.The software concept was originally created by Jim Bumgardner and produced by Time Warner Interactive in 1994, and was first opened to the public in November 1995.Bumgardner incorporated many features of Idaho, an in-house authoring tool he had previously developed for making multimedia CD-ROMs.
User messages appear as chat bubbles above their avatar, similar to those in comic books, and stored in a chat log.
The chat room creation tool is located next to the room list button at the upper right of the chat area.
If you grab your embed code and place the code on a website the chat room on the website will also be the same chat room as the chat profile room on the service.
Click the Broadcast option at the upper left of the chat area to begin broadcasting.
Please note that Google Chrome users may need to approve the webcam broadcast for the browser.
Settings options are available at the top left of the chat which allow you to customize your chat experience.