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#471 Ignore CTCP ignores /me too

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nobody
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2003-12-04
2003-12-04
Anonymous
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When ignoring all CTCP requests from the hostmask *!*@*, xchat
will ignore all /me actions too and count them as blocked CTCP's in
the ignore window. This occurs on xchat 2.0.4 and below on Linux.

Discussion

  • Logged In: NO

    /me actions are actually CTCP-type "requests", so this is
    normal behaviour.

     
  • Logged In: NO

    I found that in x-chat version 2.0.8 linux i was
    disconnected every time i recieved a ctcp sound :/ it was ok
    after i ignored all ctcps from those paticular people. Hope
    this problem is fixed in the next release :)

    SUBMITTED BY: Pepolez <pepolez@lycos.com>

     
  • pepolez
    pepolez
    2004-05-03

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    user_id=1034246

    I found that every time I recieved a CTCP sound from anyone
    I was instantly disconnected :/ . I found the only way to
    fix this was to set an ignore on the person for all CTCP
    commands/requests. I hope to see this bug fixed in the next
    release :)

    VERSION: Linux 2.4.22-10mdk [i686/702.10MHz]

     
  • ISFN
    ISFN
    2004-08-05

    Logged In: YES
    user_id=1097153

    It may be "technically correct" but I can imagine how it
    might not be desired behaviour. Perhaps there should be a
    way to select what CTCP messages are to be ignored?