Chatmail in homepage (in General)

Grim Reaper October 6 2005 4:53 PM EDT

Is there a way to possibly have it changed so that we could reply to all messages by hitting a reply to all link.

Basicly it would work like this:

If there are several people chatmailing a player then:

We could type our messages to all the players with w/e we have to say to them, and then we hit the reply to all link.

Right now the only way to do it is to either look up each player and chatmail that way, or do the replying to each player and then hit the back button and reply to the next person and so on.

Maelstrom October 6 2005 4:56 PM EDT

This was suggested before, and I believe Jon didn't want to do it. Maybe one of Jon's Little Helpers will do it...

AdminShade October 6 2005 6:54 PM EDT

copy message then paste in fields and keep on entering and backspaceing

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] October 6 2005 7:32 PM EDT

This is a candidate for reworking with DHTML and Ajax implementations, but I can't say it would be high-priority. Plus it would need to be really slick to even be worth doing.

Xiaz on Hiatus October 6 2005 7:40 PM EDT

How about having a "You have chatmaiL' indicator on the sidemenu instead? I brought this up a while back, it'd save space and allow people to view chatmails only when they wished.

Obviously, the old system could remain and system/admin chatmails would display so no one has an excuse that they never saw such and such a chatmail.

AdminJonathan October 6 2005 7:44 PM EDT

or you could have chatmail delivered in... chat?

/wonders why it's called chatmail, anyway...

Special J October 6 2005 9:42 PM EDT

The sidemenu is not updated often enough to be useful like that.

The chat system will tell you when you have mail, otherwise click on the home link and it appears.

How many steps of an easy game do you want removed?
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