I think this is great! and just to keep the idea flowing how bout something like

Are you sure you want to remove buddy '[buddy name here]'?
- removing pounces (4 pounces stored),
- removing logs (12MB),
- block '[buddy name here]'

And I'd love to help code it, but until we have Gaim.NET (mono, please don't shoot me) or I get a little more familiar with non Visual studio coding, we are all safer with me keeping my little fingers out!


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On 1/30/06, driZZleuk@netscape.net <driZZleuk@netscape.net> wrote:
I reckon it would be cool if there was a single popup that said:

Are you sure you want to remove buddy?

with checkboxes (where applicable and unchecked by default) for:
- removing pounces,
- removing logs,
- blocking the buddy

Although I certainly don't want it enough to bother coding it.

"Mark Doliner" <mark@kingant.net> wrote:

>Not all pounces require you to have the person in your buddy list.  For
>example, "pounce when buddy starts typing."
>
>I guess it wouldn't hurt to ask the Gaim user if they want to remove the
>pounce... but it also wouldn't hurt to NOT ask.  I don't really care either
>way, but I'd bet that a lot of people think Gaim already has a lot of annoying
>popup windows.
>
>-Mark
>
>On Fri, 27 Jan 2006 12:27:51 -0500, rob wrote
>> I was considering writing a patch for this but then i realized that
>> when i code, people get thr strong urge to murder me..or stuff me in
>> a dumpster...so yeh That sounds like it'd work...give people the
>> option as to whether or not to remove the pounces...
>>
>> Travis Harris wrote:
>> > How about when you remove a buddy that has pounces set, you get "This
>> > buddy also has (X) buddy pounces set, would you like to remove them?"
>> >
>> > On 1/27/06, *rob* <robby.oconnor@gmail.com
>> > <mailto:robby.oconnor@gmail.com >> wrote:
>> >
>> >     you could always readd the pounce as well...
>> >
>> >
>> >     driZZleuk@netscape.net <mailto: driZZleuk@netscape.net> wrote:
>> >     > I quite often remove people and add them back later. I would be
>> >     pain to set the pounce back up again. Dunno if the current
>> >     behaviour is intentional or not but it suits me fine...
>> >     >
>> >     > rob <robby.oconnor@gmail.com <mailto: robby.oconnor@gmail.com>>
>> >     wrote:
>> >     >
>> >     >
>> >     >> Hey,
>> >     >>
>> >     >> shouldn't it work that if i removed a buddy from my list, that
>> >     buddy's
>> >     >> buddy pounce should be removed along with that buddy? Why does
>> >     it not
>> >     >> work like that? I observed that last night...
>> >     >>
>> >     >> r0bby.
>
>

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