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Logs #58352 30/10/03 01:12 AM
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When you are typing to someone during a PM, and they /nick to another nick, the logs continue to log as the previous nick instead of making a new log file.

Reproduce:

Simple. Just either make a clone of yourself or ask someone to message you. Then type whatever and have the other person or clone type back. Then just have the clone/person type in the PM. Then go to the log directories and you will see that there is no new log for the /nick, but if you open the log of the old nick you will see the conversation there.


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Re: Logs #58353 30/10/03 11:45 AM
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Doesn't it make more sense to remain logging to the same file to keep the conversation together?


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Re: Logs #58354 30/10/03 09:26 PM
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Well, I kinda agree, but it would seem logical for it to change to the new name. Personally, if it doesn't alreayd, I think mIRC should put the new name at the end of the first file, then begin logging in the new file. This way you still can follow the conversation and its in its own file.


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Re: Logs #58355 30/10/03 11:26 PM
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that or it should have a log option to continue logging in the same log file if the user does /nick or start a new log.

I myself would like the option of it changing to the new file.


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Re: Logs #58356 04/11/03 01:49 PM
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this is a feature not a bug...

here's a scripted solution for your problem:

Code:
on *:nick: {
if ( $query($nick) == $nick ) {
log on $nick -f $mklogfn($nick)
}
}


not sure if you need to use $nick or $newnick but I leave it up to you to test....


Code:
//if ( khaled isgod ) echo yes | else echo no