/msg doesn't print/echo what is being sent
Added by westor (GR) 11 months ago.
Updated 11 months ago.
I just figure out that
/msg nick text or
/msg #chan text or
/msg nick1,nick2,.. text or
/msg nick,#chan text doesn't print/echo anything as /notice does, it seems working silently always.
I am not able to reproduce this, try with /scripts off or a clean adiirc.
It seems on Rawlog the debug is there, i tested on clean adiirc.
The cases when comma is added on 1st parameter is working, it doesn't only if 1st parameter target is 1 item, like
/msg westor test-bug or
/msg #testing_2 test-bug
-> 27/4/2022 12:05:36 - @label=0066 PRIVMSG westor :test-bug
<- 27/4/2022 12:05:36 - @label=0066 :irc.valware.uk ACK
-> 27/4/2022 12:05:40 - @label=0067 PRIVMSG #testing_2 :test-bug
<- 27/4/2022 12:05:40 - @label=0067 :irc.valware.uk ACK
I am not able to reproduce.
When specifying more than 1 targets using comma,
/msg westor,#testing_2 test adiirc prints/echo
(27/Apr/2022 12:12:03.739) -> *westor,#testing_2* test
But doesn't prints/echo if you don't use any comma,
/msg westor test adiirc doesn't print/echo anything, it just sending the message.
have you looked in the private window it opens?
Yes, i checked target windows to verify, its nothing there, the message is being send correctly but doesn't prints/echo anything, it works for /notice
For example in /notice:
[12:18:05] -> -westor- test1
[12:18:22] -> -#testing_2- test2
[12:19:01] -> -westor,#testing_2- test3
Not sure what's up for you, but it works as expected for me<
You mean when you use
/msg nickname test you see adiirc echoing
[12:17:51] -> *nickname* test ?
Or if you use
/msg #channel test you see adiirc echoing
[12:17:51] -> *#channel* test ?
- Status changed from New to Unconfirmed
Yes, it works as expected.
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