[Adium-devl] Changeset 20878 (Status Messages In Growl)
edr1084 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 7 05:10:04 UTC 2007
On 9/7/07 1:00 AM, "Chris Forsythe" <chris at adiumx.com> wrote:
> On Sep 6, 2007, at 9:04 PM, Eric Richie wrote:
>> After about a day of using this I'm finding a couple of things
>> about these
>> new notifications:
>> 1. Status message is now displayed for almost EVERY action. Do we
>> need to see someone's status message every time they go idle or become
>> active even though the message itself is unchanged? I think a better
>> handling of this might be to only show it when they first go away
>> as is done
>> within message views. In the message window we simply note that
>> the contact
>> has become active/idle.
> Is this optional? I haven't looked.
Nope, you can only choose to show a growl notification on these events, not
what to display in them.
>> 2. In the vein of #1, we also now display the status when a contact
>> back from away. This doesn't seem to be the case for every contact
>> definitely happens for myself. For instance I went 'Away' "Eating
>> when I came back I saw the growl notification said "Eric Richie
>> came back:
>> Eating dinner." This definitely seems to be a bug. I could see
>> a status upon "coming back" if the contact was now displaying an
>> message but I don't believe we should be showing it when someone
> Same as #1
Same answer as #1.
>> 3. This one requires a little more testing to find the exact cause
>> but it
>> seems that there is an issue with /n's causing words to run
>> together rather
>> than being separated by a space. (I only saw this one once or
>> twice so I'll
>> report back after I've looked into it a bit more.)
> Can you explain this a tad more?
I haven't gone back to play with this yet but what I was seeing was that on
a long status message the growl notification would run words together and it
appeared that these words were on the other side of a carriage return.
Ex. "This is a long away message for the
sake of being long... Blah blah blah blah blah."
Would look like:
"This is a long away message for thesake of
being long... Blah blah blah blah blah."
Again, I need to look into this a bit more but that's what seemed to be
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