Open Bug 249188 Opened 19 years ago Updated 13 years ago
Only show network/server tab if directly requested
Since I run out of visible tabs (compare bug 249187), I usually /hide all server/network tabs. It would be nice, if all those tabs could be set to hidden in preference|startup. (By the way, what is the opposite command to /hide? /help hide doesn't mention anything, neither /show nor /unhide do exist.) This is with mozilla-1.7-0.1 and thus ChatZilla 0.9.61.
The only option at present is to re-attach to a view, either using /attach, /server, /network, /join or whatever got you (or would get you) the view.
The Window Manager will remember all views, hidden or not, so that if you hide a server view (closing it will kill the connection) you'll never see it again. We could also use simple heuristics; if you /attach irc.example.com you get the server view, if you /attach irc.example.com/channel you get the server view created, but hidden, and then the channel view as expected.
Depends on: 76175
OK, I'm morphing this bug slightly. Instead of an option, we should simple have network/server views hidden if they're only being used as stepping-stones. So you'd not have a network view for things like: - /attach moznet/chatzilla - IRC URL link to a channel or user - Only channels/users set to Open At Startup But you would have a network view for: - /attach moznet - IRC URL link to a network or server - The network is (also) in Open At Startup list Of course, being hidden, the network view would appear if anything of interest happened on it, or /attach moznet or similar was once. We need to revisit deleted vs hidden network views in another bug though...
Summary: Startup option for not showing the network/server tab for 'join channel at startup' → Only show network/server tab if directly requested
The network should also appear if copy important messages is on, imo - as having the new tab with the copied messages pop up on the right might be a bit odd.
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