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IceChat 9 Problems / Taskbar Auto-Hide + Channel Monitor (Bug!)
« Last post by total_annihilation00 on August 30, 2016, 01:35:53 PM »
I have my taskbar set to Auto-hide (Win 8.1) but w/ the Channel Monitor on, it doesn't display the taskbar when I hover down to it --works w/ other apps like FF. Please try to fix this as I can't switch between apps  in taskbar!
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IceChat 9 Wishlist / Re: /away tweaks
« Last post by Snerf on August 22, 2016, 09:03:16 AM »
Thank you, will add to the ToDo list.
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IceChat 9 Wishlist / /away tweaks
« Last post by Patrik356b on August 22, 2016, 03:05:05 AM »
  • option to auto-auth with nickserv if nickserv password is set when returning
  • optional timer for "I am away at the moment, your message has been logged ( away for $awaytime )" to prevent spamming
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IceChat 7 Goodies / Re: sound only for the moderator
« Last post by joelcarlo on August 16, 2016, 04:49:41 AM »
Snerf
It looks I did not express myself properly (my English ?)
I am not interested to hear a sounds every time a specific person (nick) types something ...
I would like ONLY to hear a sound when : nick=John for example, types the word "BUY" .
In the "Edit Highligt Item" window , there is the field : Match On , with 3 options ...
May be I can do something with that ?
I have configured the word "in" and also "in*" just in case someone types innnnnnnnnn BUT would like to hear the sound only from the moderator (his nick) .
Hope that there is a solution
Tks again
david4u

The nick you want it to trigger on, is place in the text to highlight field.
You do not add a comma or anything, just his nick name, no other words. Then it will trigger anytime he says anything.

IceChat help is rather limited, most people figure it out on their own, or ask here.

You can do that with some script code. It is not as hard as you think. You can always seek help from someone who knows coding.  The tutorial is good, you should definitely give it a try.
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IceChat 9 Problems / Shortcut to your IceChat Settings files.
« Last post by Snerf on August 04, 2016, 10:07:03 AM »
If IceChat happens to crash on you, and you need to get to your settings files, the easiest way is to open windows explorer, and go to %LOCALAPPDATA% .
Inside here is an IceChat Networks folder, and then an IceChat folder inside that, and then all your XML files, logs, are all here.
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IceChat 9 Problems / Re: /about Command Partially Broken
« Last post by Snerf on August 01, 2016, 09:09:28 PM »
It is the exact same problem.
Please paste the entire alias list, and what version of IceChat 9 they are using.
Also if doing //say $icechat , returns an error or not.

Thanks
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IceChat 9 Problems / Re: /about Command Partially Broken
« Last post by Patrik356b on August 01, 2016, 05:44:22 PM »
I'll borrow this thread because a related problem is happening on a friends end:
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Error:ParseIdentifier:/say Operating System  [Windows 7 Build No. 7601]  -Uptime [$uptime]  - $icechat:Input string was not in a correct format.:   at System.Number.StringToNumber(String str, NumberStyles options, NumberBuffer& number, NumberFormatInfoinfo, Boolean parseDecimal)

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/about //say Operating System  [$os Build No. $osbuild]  - Uptime [$uptime]  - $icechat
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Okay well thanks for your input anyway.P.S:There are two option boxes in Pidgin for the Text Replacement (If you're going to make a plugin for it)--they are:"Only replace whole words" & "Exact case match (uncheck for automatic case handling)".Just thought you should know...The first one replaces whole words only (basically it only morphs the text only once you press spacebar after you type a word in & not instantly like when deselected) & the second is the case sensitive option (remembers what capitalization you used & preserves it)...**I know I've made a mistake /w what the option buttons do in Pidgin--they are so confusing.For general purposes,"Only replace whole words" is more convenient as it converts the text irrespective of the capitalization...
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IceChat 9 Wishlist / Re: Customizable /about
« Last post by Snerf on July 10, 2016, 06:16:25 PM »
Of course it supports colors, pressing CTRL-K will just enter \%C which is a color code inside the editor, and then just add the color number.
Getting the Gpu may not be so easy, as there is no standard way .Net, but it will get added to the ToDo list.
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IceChat 9 Wishlist / Re: Customizable /about
« Last post by Patrik356b on July 10, 2016, 01:19:33 PM »
I completely forgot about the aliases editor  :|

Does it support colors? Not necessary for me but others might want to use that

One thing that might be quirky is when there are multiple gpu's in the machine, like shown in the picture above
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