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ChatZilla Plugin: Activity in Title

Source: https://github.com/twpol/cz-plugin-activity-in-title

This plugin for ChatZilla shows activity in channels and private messages in the title bar.

Display - Text

The textual display shows up to three groups, each containing a list of views in that state.

  • <...> indicates items with stalk events (e.g. mentions of your nickname, stalk words, and private messages).
  • [...] indicates items with chat events (e.g. all talking in channels).
  • (...) indicates items with superfluous events (e.g. joins, parts, topic changes).

Display - Symbol

The symbolic display shows a single symbol for each view, in the same order as the textual display groups.

  • ! indicates an item with stalk events (e.g. mentions of your nickname, stalk words, and private messages).
  • + indicates an item with chat events (e.g. all talking in channels).
  • - indicates an item with superfluous events (e.g. joins, parts, topic changes).

Preferences

  • display.symbol boolean (default false)

    When enabled, the display is just status symbols (!, + and -). Otherwise, the display is (possibly truncated) names.

  • display.crop integer (default 0)

    Specifies how much of the view name to include, in characters. A value of 0 turns off truncation.

  • titlebar.event boolean (default false)

    When enabled, the title bar includes superfluous events.

  • titlebar.chat boolean (default true)

    When enabled, the title bar includes chat events.

  • titlebar.stalk boolean (default true)

    When enabled, the title bar includes stalk events.

Examples

  • <UserA, UserB> [#channelA] (#channelB) ChatZilla!

    In this example, UserA and UserB have stalk events, #channelA has chat events, and #channelB has superfluous events. Superfluous events are hidden by default.

  • !!+-ChatZilla!

    This is the same as the example above, but with display.symbol set to true.

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