Feature #528

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Ignore command in context menu

Added by Michael Monreal 1476 days ago. Updated 183 days ago.

Status:New Start:10/16/2010
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assigned to:avatarMirco Bauer % Done:

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Category:Frontend GNOME
Target version:-
Complexity:

Medium

Votes: 5 (View)

Description

It would be nice to have a "Ignore" command in the user context menu to ignore this user. Seems like this can be done by filters, but they are not easy to set up. The ignore command could just create the filter.


Related issues

blocked by Smuxi - Feature #660 Filters matching network name New 12/11/2011

History

Updated by Mirco Bauer 1475 days ago

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  • Target version set to 0.10
  • Complexity set to Medium

This is a very good idea which I haven't thought of when I implemented the filter framework.

Updated by Carlos Martín Nieto 1057 days ago

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Being able to use /ignore whomever would be even nicer

Updated by Bianca Mix 1057 days ago

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I think it should be able to use /ignore <nick> with to setup a filter like specified by Salz in the FAQ to ignore someone. This would be not to difficult as it would use the current possibilities of smuxi by just adding one configuration.

It could use the current network, no channel (all channels), public messages and setup the filter automatically.

Updated by Mirco Bauer 1055 days ago

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Bianca Mix wrote:

I think it should be able to use /ignore <nick> with to setup a filter like specified by Salz in the FAQ to ignore someone. This would be not to difficult as it would use the current possibilities of smuxi by just adding one configuration.

It could use the current network, no channel (all channels), public messages and setup the filter automatically.

Depending where the command is issued, it can ignore all messages on all channels or just all private message. We can also use now an advanced parser for commands, so if irssi has parameters for this we can implement them too.

Updated by Mirco Bauer 1055 days ago

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Bianca Mix wrote:

It could use the current network, no channel (all channels), public messages and setup the filter automatically.

Actually, current network is an issue, right now you cant tell which network to filter, this needs to be addressed separately, I created #660 for that.

Updated by Mirco Bauer 339 days ago

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  • Target version deleted (0.10)

Updated by Jannik Heller 183 days ago

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I am interested in this feature. What kind of filter do I need to create to do this manually?

Updated by Jannik Heller 183 days ago

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