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    • Status: Open Priority: Trivial
    LaFleur

    This isn't an issue in the HTML5 chat. Bug may be ignored.

    Message added by LaFleur

    When you're active in a chat that has pools (rankpool / banpool) and then you use /go ChatName it will display the pools (no named).

     

    * I don't have rankpool / banpool enabled on my chat.

     

    Before:

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    After:

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    Issue is caused by pools not being reset with <w packet (it doesnt get sent with chats that dont have pools)
    Before fix:SASoEsF.gifAfter fix:PfZhDdU.gif


    Fix:  (found problem with old fix added new one which is 100% now)
    File: network.as
    Function: myOnXML 

    this goes at the end of the if statement "if (e.nodeName == "gp"")"

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    43 minutes ago, oj said:

    hot gif

    brings code showcasing to the next level

    sadly i just found a problem with that fix BUT i fixed that fix ;) 

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