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Keep Channels opened on /part #226829 15/10/10 05:40 PM
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I am constantly " /join " and " /part " channels on various networks.

Currently there is a option to " Keep Channels open ". So, could it be possible to add a option for " Keep Channels windows opened on /part " ?

Re: Keep Channels opened on /part [Re: maconga] #226890 18/10/10 10:27 AM
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I agree... this is particularly valuable on a network like freenode... where an op can use /remote [chan] <nick> to send a part message to another user....


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Re: Keep Channels opened on /part [Re: MeStinkBAD] #227007 22/10/10 05:39 AM
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This has been asked for many times before. One time by me, in fact. I still would really like to see it happen, but it doesn't seem to have a very high priority.


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Re: Keep Channels opened on /part [Re: Thrull] #227121 26/10/10 04:22 PM
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This would indeed be a great feature, and has been suggested many times. I'm actually surprised it hasn't been implemented yet, as it seems like it wouldn't be difficult to add.

Often, I'd like to part, but still review the buffer (without opening the logs). A simple "/part -k" would work. Or, access to whatever event actually closes the window would be great. I've tried using /halt in the on (^)PART event and parting via a raw server message, but this fails.

Please consider implementing this long-desired feature.

Re: Keep Channels opened on /part [Re: Jinx_Dojo] #228210 12/12/10 06:52 AM
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Originally Posted By: Jinx_Dojo
Often, I'd like to part, but still review the buffer (without opening the logs). A simple "/part -k" would work.

I've often wished this feature existed as well, for the same reason.

Originally Posted By: Jinx_Dojo
Please consider implementing this long-desired feature.

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