Palace Chat Registration Codes UPDATED
To register your Palace Client visit this site: registration Your Palace Planet member password does not work as a Palace Registration Code. This site is only here to help you out with links, downloads and help. registrationThere are many Palaces out there that wil give you full member capabilities, they use the "guest = member" code for theyr server. Find a good place to hang out, perhaps someone has a spare code he/she wants to give you. Remember that Palace codes are unique, you cannot share them!
Palace Chat Registration Codes
Whispering on palace simply means a private chat between two people. The rest of the people in the room will not see your conversation. When in whisper mode, words will appear in italics. In the log, whispering is denoted by asterisks. If you happen to be away from palace on a different screen at the time, you will hear a doorbell. Whispering can be a tricky feat. Basically all you need to do is click on the person you want to whisper to - their av will remain in colour, while the avs of other users will darken. Sometimes, you may miss and 'fall' on top of your target thereby betraying to the world your whispering activities. To avoid this, you may wish to right-click on your target instead and choose the option Whisper to So and So. To stop whispering, just click anywhere outside the chat window.
Go to and register, there you will get your Palace registration code. Open your client, do NOT connect to a Palace server and in the File menu click the option "Enter registration code" If this is greyed out you are either on a Palace chat already or have a registered client.
The main thing is the registration code. The accuracy of your name does not really matter. But the exact copying of the code does. The safest way is to copy paste it from the e-mail you got when registering. note: The password of this website is NOT a palace reg code. You can obtain Palace regcodes from:
The important part of Palace reg Code is stored in a file. For PC users the file is called: "palace.reg" you can find this in your windows directory. Mac users it is called Palace registration and can usually be found in: System Folder/Prefrences/Palace Registration. Delete this and you will be able to enter a new Registration code.
If you registered with website you can request a new code with a maximum of 3 for each users e-mail. Its a good idea to write down your code or print it out. Or just save the file called palace.reg it holds your registration code.
The 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 in 1994, and was first opened to the public in November 1995.
Each room in a palace is represented by a large image that serves as a backdrop for users. By clicking on certain areas in a room called "doors", users can travel either to different rooms in the same palace, another palace server, or an address leading to a different service, such as websites and email. In some rooms, users are allowed to paint on the backdrop using a simple suite of drawing tools. User messages appear as chat bubbles above their avatar, similar to those in comic books, and stored in a chat log.
Official Palace software development ceased when Communities.com declared bankruptcy, but a few developers have created viable Palace-protocol compatible clients since then. The earliest contributions came from David Lee, Lead Developer of Phalanx. David worked for many years reverse engineering the majority of the protocol for proper communications between the client and server. Without David's mentoring of Jameson Heesen, Palace Chat would likely not exist, as David shared much of his findings with Jameson, including the XOR(xtlk) encryption used to encrypt chats and generation of client registration codes, prop encoding and decoding, and so much more. Much later(circa 2010) and after numerous source code leaks, Open Palace was developed by Brian McKelvey. Jameson utilized Brian's open source Open Palace to implement scripting support into Palace Chat. Brian also spearheaded the development of Type 1 avatars, which Palace Chat adopted and continues to utilize.
Signing into The Palace does not require any registration or personal information. To begin chatting, users download the client, set their user handle and login to a server. A child filter is enabled on the client by default, which filters out chat servers with an Adult ranking and inappropriate language used in chat rooms.