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Feature #581

Handle /msg the same way as /query

Added by Safti over 13 years ago. Updated over 4 years ago.

Status:
Feedback
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
-
Category:
Quassel Client
Target version:
-
Start date:
02/24/2009
Due date:
% Done:

0%

Estimated time:
0.10 h
OS:
Any

Description

Personally I'd like quassel to handle /msg the same way as it handles /query -- especially: Log the lines I type and/or open a new query buffer. Should/Could be optional for ppl. that prefere to hide their /msg's ;)

I tried setting an alias from /msg to /query but that doesn't to the trick.

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#1 Updated by Sputnick over 13 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Feedback
  • Target version deleted (0.4.1)

#2 Updated by valuial about 13 years ago

Not sure if it really is the same, but:

/msg somenick sometext
does go to no buffer at all, (at least if there is no buffer for somenick open)

Suggested solution: Send /msg either to the current window/buffer or open a query (buffer) to somenick and log the message there.

imho it is important to report sent messages at least somewhere and not silently send them w/o any feedback to the user.
(Might even be seen as a Bug!)

#3 Updated by genius3000 over 4 years ago

This is similar to #610 but different enough to leave separate. My comment on that one is basically to see if we can have a new query opened within 'x' seconds of a /msg to the same target add the /msg to the backlog. I'm in favor of keeping the current behavior of /msg not being logged, with the aforementioned added behavior.

#4 Updated by genius3000 over 4 years ago

Perhaps a two-option solution would work to retain current default behavior and allow the requested ability:
  1. Log /msg commands
  2. Automatically open a query buffer for /msg

The latter option would include the former as a requirement.
This way you can either have queries automatically opened with expected logging or keep that separate but log the message to a auto-hidden buffer (so you can still /query and see it later) and show the message in the status window.

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