On some networks, I am known by a long nickname, which in a shortened form is "Het". I've added "Het" to my stalk list to be notified when people want to attract my attention but don't use my full nickname. Unfortunately, I've recently also joined a Dutch-language channel on another network, and "het" is the Dutch form of "the". A rather common word which is constantly notifying me. It would be absolutely awesome if the stalk list could be split in a global stalk list and a per-network (or even per-channel) stalk list, so that I could move the stalk option for "Het" there and not have it be triggered on the other network/channel. If this is too much work, I'd also be okay with just a single boolean toggle to enable/disable stalking altogether per network/channel. I can live with just not doing any stalking on that one Dutch-language channel. (I'm still using the Chatzilla 0.9.75.1 which came with SeaMonkey 1.1.x. I queried for duplicate bugs which might have been fixed for 0.9.81, but didn't find any. Still, my apologies if this would happen to be fixed already.)
A related request turned up in #chatzilla recently, which is the ability to remove stalk words on a per-channel basis, while still including them in the global list. This seems like a sensible addition, although the UI / pref layout might be a bit tricky.
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