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Bug #117

display sensible nick context menu

Added by phon almost 12 years ago. Updated about 11 years ago.

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Version:
0.13.0
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Description

  • remove the idling time as the time is only updated when a whois is done
  • add "logged in since" (when received via whois reply)

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Revision a801d1ea (diff)
Added by Alexander von Renteln almost 12 years ago

BR #117:
idling time information will now only be available if it is not too old
users "logged in" time is now available

History

#1 Updated by EgS almost 12 years ago

I think the idling information is quite cool, but only if it's at least almost valid ;)

So why not show it when the core receives idle information and automagically remove it after a few minutes? This guarantees that the information is valid at least to some degree.

#2 Updated by phon almost 12 years ago

regarding the idle-information:
perhaps it would suffice to additionally display how old the information is.

also an updating the idle information when receiving messages in querries and channels might be nice.

#3 Updated by EgS almost 12 years ago

perhaps it would suffice to additionally display how old the information is.

Jeah thought about that too. But I think that isn't really intuitive: "Idle since 4 hours (last time checked 4hours ago)".
And if you know that the information is 3days old, what use does it have then?

also an updating the idle information when receiving messages in querries and channels might be nice.

That's a good Idea. Basically it's only reseting the value so there isn't much work involved.

#4 Updated by phon almost 12 years ago

*idling time information will now only be available if it is not too old
*users "logged in" time is now available

#5 Updated by EgS almost 12 years ago

New things come to my mind :)

1.) to display the nick again in the hostmask is a bit redundant. Maybe strip it? I.e.: EgS!n= -> n=

2.) Display the Usermodes?

#6 Updated by phon almost 12 years ago

*user modes are displayed if avaiable
*redundant info stripped from the hostmask

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