From: Alan Humpherys <alangh@us...> - 2005-02-26 14:39:46
We are re-vamping the buddy list support for Fire 2.0 and will make=20
sure that this gets fixed in that release!
Sorry for the inconvenience
On Feb 25, 2005, at 12:42 PM, Daniel J. Alberts wrote:
> Since you combined the Block Buddy list with the Default Buddy list=20=
> I've noticed some problems:
> 1. Fire sometimes won't let me delete a buddy from the =
> list. Last week, Fire notified me that a 'buddy' had signed on. This=20=
> was a screen name that I blocked when using =A0Fire 0.3. I tried to=20
> delete the screen name several times. Each time Fire restored it to=20
> the default list.
> > From: Alan Humpherys <alangh@...>
> > Reply-To: Fire-Core List <fire-core@...>
> > Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2004 19:00:53 -0600
> > To: "Daniel A." <dja1701@...>
> > Cc: Fire-Core List <fire-core@...>
> > Subject: Re: Fire 1.1 bug?
> > This was fixed in Fire 1.0.2, and also in fire 1.1 at the beginning=20=
> > June. =A0hopefully this should behave itself now.
> > Thanks,
> > alan
> > ------
> > Alan Humpherys
> > Fire Development Team
> > http://fire.sf.net
> > On May 18, 2004, at 11:18 AM, Daniel A. wrote:
> >> Alan,
> >> Since I updated to Fire 1.1, I've notice a very strange behavior =
> >> Yahoo.
> >> Prior to v 1.1, if I chatted with someone from Yahoo who was not=20=
> on my
> >> buddy
> >> list, fire would 'knock' for their first sentence, and ask me if I
> >> wanted to
> >> accept it. After the first sentence we could have a steady
> >> conversation.
> >> Since updating to Fire 1.1, when I chat with people who are not on=20=
> >> buddy
> >> list, Fire 'knocks' for every sentence they send. And after almost
> >> every
> >> sentence, Fire tells me that they have rejected my request to add=20=
> >> to my
> >> buddy list. (This is for people that I have NOT attempted to add=20=
> to my
> >> buddy
> >> list.)
> >> I can't tell if this problem is in Fire or Yahoo's servers, but it
> >> started
> >> after I updated to Fire 1.1.
> >> -Daniel
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