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    Problem with the command /go


    Skatel
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    Hi all, good as they could read in the title I will report a bug that happens when you use the command /go

     

    one of my examples will be fexbot, when I go to your xat using this command

     

    Before entering:

     

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    When you're there, you touch a user and will appear this

     

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    When you use the command to return to any other xat (in this case i use Xat_Test)

     

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    I can confirm that I've also had this issue when using /go. I believe this also applies if the chat has custom smileys, although I can't tell you exactly how it happens.

    Edited by CarlosDesigns

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    The /go command affects a lot of things.

     

    - Background

    - Lang power (as Skatel reported)

    - Pools

     

    and more..

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    It's because the lang power masks the chat.swf and overlays on top of the default text, the browser caches that data and cannot be undone unless you refresh your page or visit another page with different lang values.

    Just now, OCSoup said:

    It's because the lang power masks the chat.swf and overlays on top of the default text, the browser caches that data and cannot be undone unless you refresh your page or visit another page with different lang values.

    Unless the admins overlay the masking of the default values of the chat you visit after visiting a chat with lang then it will be in your browser. :) 

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