I'm just curious if this is normal or not, but I was trying to send an IM with a linux path, and in the conversation window it said "No such command.". It did not send the message or anything, but if I add other characters before the pathname, it would send it..
I.e. Sending an IM with only /var/www/htdocs/images caused the No Such Command, but sending it with a "-" in front of it did not cause the error, and the IM was sent.
Like I said, I'm just curious if this is suppose to happen.
Yes, this is correct. If the text starts with "/" it is considered to be a command. You can just put a space in front to avoid this.
use "/help" to see which commands are available
There's also a pref to make unknown commands send as if they weren't commands.
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