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00:00:03 <flo> no 00:00:20 <flo> we may upgrade some of the protocol plugins though 00:00:26 <flo> and apply the security fixes 00:00:49 <hicham> yeah, that what i was wondering about, security fixes 00:00:54 <flo> "we may upgrade some of the protocol plugins though" (this is in the case of "XXX cannot connect any more) 00:01:08 <hicham> is 2.6.6 still supported upstream ? 00:01:12 <flo> no 00:02:00 <flo> nothing is supported but the very latest version, starting the instant it is released 00:02:44 <hicham> since you will provide security fixes it is ok I think 00:06:05 <flo> I've started discussing with Even doing a 0.2.0.1 relatively soon to pickup mozilla security fixes, a few new locales, some libpurple security fixes, and some crash fixes, and the change described in http://blog.mozilla.com/rstrong/2010/10/22/important-app-update-changes-on-the-1-9-1-and-1-9-2-branches/ 00:09:51 * flo is going to start the build with the js blist once with his default profile before pushing the patch 00:09:55 <-- flo has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a1pre) 00:10:17 --> flo has joined #instantbird 00:10:18 * ChanServ sets mode +qo flo flo 00:13:10 <-- flo has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a1pre) 00:13:32 --> flo has joined #instantbird 00:13:32 * ChanServ sets mode +qo flo flo 00:14:16 <flo> back with the "normal nightly" 00:14:22 <flo> couldn't notice anything wrong :) 00:25:13 <instantbot> firstname.lastname@example.org added attachment 388 to bug 555. 00:25:15 <instantbot> Bug https://bugzilla.instantbird.org/show_bug.cgi?id=555 enh, --, 0.3a1, florian, ASSI, New buddy list backend 00:27:46 --> DGMurdockIII has joined #instantbird 00:33:38 --> chrisccoulson has joined #instantbird 00:33:48 <instantbot> email@example.com set the Resolution field on bug 555 to FIXED. 00:33:50 <instantbot> Bug https://bugzilla.instantbird.org/show_bug.cgi?id=555 enh, --, 0.3a1, florian, RESO FIXED, New buddy list backend 00:34:16 <flo> Good night! 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:: www.unitedservers.de ««« (Gamers.IRC) »»» gamersirc.net ::) 20:57:03 <Mic> clokep, flo: about the content pane on the options (bug 542) 20:57:07 <instantbot> Bug https://bugzilla.instantbird.org/show_bug.cgi?id=542 nor, --, ---, nobody, NEW, Reformat "Content" Tab of Options 20:57:39 <clokep> Yes? 20:57:42 <Mic> What if we merge it with the Themes pane when reworking it and renaming the Themes pane to "Conversation" 20:58:07 <flo> "early" warning: I'll be mostly offline from Wednesday morning to Sunday evening. (I'll only have the phone to check emails and read instantbot's log) 20:58:43 <Mic> "Content" isn't a really meaningful label in my opinion 20:58:48 <clokep> There was some talk about themes going into the add-on manager, no? Not sure what flo's opinion was on that. 20:58:51 <flo> Mic: that proposal makes a lot of sense. I don't know what to do with the "Sounds" tab I planned to add in the "Themes" tab in that case though 21:00:05 <flo> clokep: my opinion (which I didn't state) is that the add-on manager is currently a hot potato that I'd rather not touch ;) 21:00:28 <clokep> :) 21:00:44 <flo> so much room for bikesheeding in the preferences window... 21:00:47 --> hicham has joined #instantbird 21:00:56 <flo> (that was the reason why I didn't want to make one in 0.1 by the way :-D) 21:00:58 <-- tymerkaev has quit (Ping timeout) 21:00:59 <clokep> In that case it would probably make sense to move it. 21:01:26 <flo> default themes are not add-ons by the way 21:01:51 <flo> what about moving the add-ons manager to a prefwindow tab? 21:02:11 <Mic> Would it make sense to have a Sounds section there as well, where you could e.g. select "new message"-sounds and these things? 21:02:50 <flo> there are also sounds for events from the contacts list, so it wouldn't fit in a "Conversations" tab 21:02:53 <Mic> Might be confusing if you have separate places to set the buddy list and conversation sounds 21:03:19 <Mic> Which might go to a "Buddy list" pane 21:03:48 <Mic> Would it make sense to allow people to chose from different themes for both the conversation and the list? 21:03:59 <flo> I'm not sure "Conversations" is a good tab name (as a user I would expect preferences about logs of conversation to be in such a tab) 21:04:18 <flo> maybe "appearance"? This way we could also include buddy list themes (once we support them) 21:04:31 <flo> still wouldn't help for the sounds :( 21:04:33 <clokep> Appearance doesn't include sounds. 21:04:35 <clokep> Yes. :( 21:04:54 <clokep> And flo: Default themes aren't add-ons...but the default application theme is always included in the add-ons manager. ;) 21:04:56 <flo> Look & feel (& hear) ? :-D 21:04:59 <Mic> "Appearance & Sounds" 21:05:36 <Mic> "Misc. settings" 21:05:37 <Mic> :P 21:05:50 <flo> we already have "Advanced" -> "General" for that :-P 21:06:07 <clokep> "Random Crap"? 21:06:29 <flo> that's the "Config Editor..." button ;) 21:07:33 * hicham likes the config editor 21:07:47 <hicham> that is one of the strengths of mozilla 21:07:48 <flo> really? 21:08:02 <clokep> Its better then editing user.js. ;) 21:08:05 <flo> You like it or you would miss it if it was removed? 21:08:15 <hicham> i would miss it of course 21:08:29 <flo> (I hate it, especially the context menu to create a pref...) 21:08:37 * Mic thinks the config editor could use a rework. It has too little windows and floating panels. And too little transparency effects. 21:08:50 <hicham> it wouldn't be able to connect for example without it 21:09:00 <flo> uh? 21:09:08 <hicham> as default xulrunner's preferences enables NetworkManager integration 21:09:27 <Mic> I don't like that there's no "Remove / Delete" menu item and that you have to use "Reset" to work around 21:09:28 <hicham> and I have some connections outside NM 21:09:43 <hicham> ( think Sagem Fast 800 for example ) 21:09:47 <-- micahg has quit (Ping timeout) 21:10:27 <flo> Mic: it's not a problem of the UI 21:10:36 <Mic> I was joking. 21:10:40 <hicham> pidgin have that issue too, but it doesn't have a config editor 21:10:47 <Mic> oh, not about the menu item though 21:11:04 <flo> you can't delete a preference, only reset it to the default (= remove the user-set value) 21:11:09 <hicham> and kudos to flo for putting the preferences in xulrunner 21:11:37 <flo> hicham: you mean, libpurple's preferences? 21:11:44 <hicham> flo : yes 21:12:13 <flo> the more we remove parts of libpurple, the less this will be useful ;) 21:12:56 <flo> currently there's only http://lxr.instantbird.org/instantbird/source/purple/libpurple/purple-prefs.js 21:13:53 <flo> nearly half of them will disappear in 0.3 21:20:43 <hicham> disappear from prefs.js ? 21:24:09 <instantbot> New Instantbird (UI) bug 561 filed by firstname.lastname@example.org. 21:24:11 <instantbot> Bug https://bugzilla.instantbird.org/show_bug.cgi?id=561 enh, --, ---, nobody, NEW, Merge "Content" and "Themes"-panes 21:31:02 <Mic> hicham: maybe it means that purple.* is going to be renamed to im.* ;) 21:32:04 <hicham> Mic : that would be better 21:33:39 <Mic> I could imagine these purple status scores could be obsolete with the new availability system maybe? 21:44:22 <flo> hicham: disappear because the corresponding features won't be handled by libpurple anymore, but by some of our code (so that the feature will be shared by libpurple protocol plugins and protocol plugins implemented in JS) 21:45:05 <Mic> clokep: didn't we have a bug about the js-logger and extensibility somewhere? 21:45:17 <hicham> flo : i see that you are moving away from purple's way 21:45:17 <Mic> I can't find it if it is there 21:45:24 <clokep> Mic: I filed a bug about the js-logger being very non-Windows friendly. 21:45:33 <clokep> Not sure there was one about extensibility? 21:45:54 <Mic> How it should be renamed and easier to replace with a different logger 21:46:14 <flo> Mic: how is it not easy to replace? 21:46:22 <clokep> Mic: I think that was a discussion, not a bug. :) 21:47:04 <Mic> It's been quite a while since then. Maybe the not-easy-to-replace is something my memory just made up :D 21:47:31 <clokep> We were discussing about how it'd be nice to have multiple logging facilities so you can easily load/use different ones from different programs. 21:48:22 <Mic> was it really about different programs? I don't remember that. 21:48:35 <flo> it seems we all have a very selective memory :) 21:48:36 <clokep> There was a variety of rasons, that was my reasoning. :) 21:49:10 <clokep> Skeledrew wanted it to just do HTML logs I think? Someone did. :) 21:49:24 <flo> the "not windows friendly" part is easy to fix (though someone here is confusing "windows" with "nodepad" I think :-P). There used to be a similar problem in the magic copy&paste feature 21:49:46 <clokep> flo: Well Windows by default people only get notepad. ;) 21:49:49 <skeledrew> ? 21:49:52 <Mic> well, tbh Windows linebreaks are different 21:50:01 <flo> clokep: wordpad is also installed and handle \n correctly 21:50:14 <clokep> I don't think it does before like Vista? 21:50:27 <clokep> But besides *.txt is auto-registered to notepad, not to wordpad. :) 21:50:28 <flo> XP certainly does 21:51:58 * flo wonders which proportion of these complaints about log writer's extensibility are actually "the current logs suck, please replace them with something sane") 21:52:06 <skeledrew> clokep: i wanted XML logs... 21:52:18 <clokep> Ah, right XML not HTML. :) 21:52:48 <clokep> I think it might be nice to be able to support multiple ones as a migration tool? 21:52:48 <skeledrew> :) 21:53:00 * Mic thinks about a /dev/null logger :P 21:53:14 <flo> Mic: ? 21:53:21 <skeledrew> Mic: oh snap... 21:53:22 <skeledrew> lol 21:53:37 <skeledrew> sending everything to oblivion now? 21:53:56 * clokep thinks about a plotter logger. 21:53:57 <Mic> Could make a good message style theme as well :P 21:54:17 <skeledrew> lol 21:54:21 <skeledrew> k... 21:55:37 <skeledrew> i still say XML ;) 21:58:02 * flo still things SQLite 21:58:05 <flo> *thinks 21:58:24 <clokep> I think you're right though flo. :-\ 21:58:33 <clokep> Most of it is that the logging just sucks right now. 21:59:00 <skeledrew> clokep: especially the date stamp... 21:59:27 <flo> skeledrew: everything about them sucks ;) 21:59:49 <flo> their only good point is that they do exist and save your messages 22:00:11 <skeledrew> i have to remember to close all my tabs every morning so the date is more accurate 22:00:19 <skeledrew> yeah 22:00:59 <Mic> Automate it ;) 22:01:35 <flo> use a nightly and update it everyday :) 22:01:35 <skeledrew> Mic: but i don't want to close the tabs in the first place. i like having them open... 22:01:59 <flo> skeledrew: how long would you keep them open? 22:02:04 <skeledrew> lol 22:02:07 <skeledrew> hmm 22:02:16 <skeledrew> as long as IB's running... 22:02:27 <flo> how long do you keep ib running? 22:02:28 <skeledrew> and since i rarely shut down... 22:02:34 <flo> a day? a week? a month? 22:02:43 <skeledrew> pretty much 22:03:04 <skeledrew> unless i'm forced to restart by something inane like my antivirus 22:03:11 <flo> so you are likely to have >10k messages in some tabs? 22:03:36 <skeledrew> maybe 22:03:43 <skeledrew> never really checked 22:03:56 <flo> and complain about memory usage ;) 22:04:08 <skeledrew> but i'm in some pretty active IRCs too 22:04:14 <skeledrew> lol 22:04:17 <skeledrew> nah 22:04:26 <skeledrew> no memory issues 22:04:30 <skeledrew> i think... 22:04:41 <skeledrew> hmm 22:04:50 <flo> we have bug 301 for that 22:04:53 <instantbot> Bug https://bugzilla.instantbird.org/show_bug.cgi?id=301 enh, --, ---, nobody, NEW, Remove old messages 22:04:54 <skeledrew> some of my apps do tend to be sluggish at times 22:05:17 <skeledrew> k 22:05:46 <hicham> flo : all my msn buddies are shown as Blocked 22:05:48 <skeledrew> i blame it on FF though, cuz it's chuck full of addons 22:06:54 <flo> hicham: that's unfortunate 22:07:25 <flo> does this mean you would support removing the "blocked: " line of MSN buddy tooltips? ;) 22:07:48 <hicham> flo : is this a known bug in Instantbird ? 22:08:02 <flo> it's the second time you talk about it. 22:08:14 <hicham> flo : I didn't block anybody AFAIK 22:08:20 <hicham> flo : yes, I think it is a bug 22:08:40 <flo> maybe look in Pidgin's trac? 22:09:10 <hicham> flo : it doesn't happen with pidgin IIRC 22:09:25 * flo doesn't like answering that, it sounds a bit like "go to hell" :( 22:09:58 <skeledrew> hicham: roll back to v0.2 22:09:58 <skeledrew> no such issues there ;) 22:10:03 <skeledrew> flo: lol 22:10:10 <hicham> skeledrew: I am on 0.2 22:10:17 <flo> update then :-D 22:10:24 <skeledrew> weird. my MSN is fine 22:10:48 <hicham> you see anybody as unblocked in the tooltips ? 22:10:48 <skeledrew> flo: booo 22:11:15 <skeledrew> hicham: nope 22:11:27 <flo> hicham: everybody except one person I've blocked for repeatedly insulting me :) 22:11:29 <skeledrew> they're all the same 22:11:41 <hicham> weird 22:11:45 <clokep> My (one) MSN buddy is online. :) 22:11:53 <clokep> And he's not blocked. ;) 22:12:06 <flo> the "Has you" line is completely unreliable for me however 22:12:14 <hicham> i can talk to them as well 22:12:24 <skeledrew> Blocked: No 22:12:24 <skeledrew> that's what they all say 22:12:29 <hicham> but the tooltip says "Blocked : yes " 22:12:43 <skeledrew> hmm 22:12:46 <flo> anything interesting in the error console? 22:12:48 <skeledrew> server glitch? 22:12:59 <flo> skeledrew: libpurple glitch? ;) 22:13:19 <skeledrew> flo: nah. i'd have the issue too :p 22:13:29 <flo> skeledrew: how so? 22:13:46 <skeledrew> we're using the same version 22:13:49 <skeledrew> hmm 22:13:49 <flo> libpurple bugs are no fun when everybody can see them 22:13:50 <skeledrew> wait 22:14:06 <skeledrew> hicam is using Linux right? 22:14:07 <flo> to be a good glitch, the minimum condition is that *I* cannot reproduce it, and so cannot debug it ;) 22:14:26 <skeledrew> OS glitch? 22:14:26 <skeledrew> :) 22:14:46 <skeledrew> flo: +1 22:14:47 <Mic> naa, can't be. Linux has no bugs. 22:14:51 <Mic> By definition. 22:14:51 <skeledrew> it does happen 22:14:57 <hicham> Warning: User <....> is on both Allow and Block list; removing from Allow list. 22:14:59 <hicham> Source File: /purple/libpurple/protocols/msn/notification.c 22:15:01 <hicham> Line: 672 22:15:02 <hicham> Source Code: 22:15:04 <hicham> msn: msn_notification_dump_contact 22:15:45 <skeledrew> hicham: sounds like it should be the other way round: remove from Block... 22:16:07 <hicham> skeledrew: well I guess so 22:16:18 <skeledrew> Mic: what's your definition? 22:16:25 <hicham> skeledrew: I don't even know how IB sees them on both lists 22:16:39 <skeledrew> hicham: yeah. that is weird 22:16:54 <skeledrew> must be an internal struggle :) 22:17:49 <flo> if you try to read the code of the MSN protocol plugin, you won't be surprised anymore that weird things happen... :-| 22:18:11 <skeledrew> ouch 22:19:55 <hicham> Mic : Linux is a collaborative effort 22:20:31 <skeledrew> hicham: are they blocked from the web access too? did you try resetting the account? 22:21:13 <hicham> skeledrew: i didn't try web access 22:21:37 <skeledrew> yeah. there's no such thing as a bugless OS. they just get weeded out more more easily 22:22:14 <skeledrew> hicham: k. if they're blocked in the web access, then it's a server thing 22:22:14 <Mic> hicham: sorry, won't troll tonight ;) 22:22:33 <flo> I thought it was a kernel :) 22:22:53 <skeledrew> flo: semantics... 22:23:13 <hicham> flo : yes, linux is a kernel 22:23:46 <Mic> We awe talking about the kernel only or .. GNU/Linux? 22:24:02 <skeledrew> a corn kernel 22:24:05 --> testib has joined #instantbird 22:24:21 <clokep> Kettle corn? 22:24:27 <hicham> GNU/Linux is the kernel + GNU Software ( gcc, binutils, coreutils ...) 22:24:35 * testib tries clokep's patch 22:24:39 <Mic> Linux will be obsolete once GNU Hurd is ready next year 22:24:47 <skeledrew> no. corn on the cob corn :) 22:24:54 <flo> Mic: ahah :) 22:24:54 <clokep> Ah I love corn on the cob! 22:25:08 <clokep> testib: The plaintext formatting one? :) 22:25:14 <testib> yes 22:25:15 <skeledrew> clokep: me too :) 22:25:33 <skeledrew> Mic: never 22:25:33 <testib> test _test_ /test/ *test* 22:25:50 <testib> wasn't _ _ supposed to underline? 22:25:53 <Mic> Really! I mean have a look, even Duke Nukem:Forever seems to be getting close to release 22:26:08 <Mic> It was but it doesn't work for some reason 22:26:29 <hicham> Mic : are you talking about Hurd ? 22:26:30 <clokep> testib: Uh...yes. I don't know why it doesn't. 22:26:35 <clokep> I meant to send myself an email to test that. 22:26:44 <flo> :) 22:26:45 <skeledrew> mmm 22:27:03 <skeledrew> flo: i get everything raw... 22:27:08 <flo> read the code, discover that it's ugly and you actually don't really want to know ;) 22:27:44 * Mic notices that he seems to have included the patch into his Ib 22:27:51 <flo> probably: http://mxr.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/source/netwerk/streamconv/converters/mozTXTToHTMLConv.cpp#1208 22:28:07 <-- GeekShadow has quit (Connection reset by peer) 22:28:19 <clokep> flo: My test email works w/ them all. 22:28:36 <flo> I guess we need to tweak the filters 22:28:47 <clokep> Oh, is it getting stripped out you think? 22:28:53 <skeledrew> oooh. dinner time! :D 22:28:58 <flo> yeah 22:29:21 <clokep> Hmm...I'll take a look at it and put up another patch. 22:29:42 <flo> "class" is not an allowed attribute 22:29:43 <Mic> Isn't that a different issue 22:29:54 <clokep> Ohhh, yeah. I see. 22:30:00 <clokep> That's the issue. They don't use <u> :( 22:30:23 <clokep> I'd guess |code| doesn't work either then. 22:30:33 <clokep> Oh, yes it will. :) Cause it uses a code element, not a span. 22:30:54 <flo> but the class will be removed too. Not sure it matters though |test| 22:31:02 <flo> It works 22:31:16 <clokep> Are we stripping classes because of security concerns? 22:31:27 * clokep isn't sure how that's a security issue. 22:31:45 <flo> why should we accept them? There's no possible way for a message to contain a CSS file or a <style> tag 22:32:11 <flo> it can only be a mistake or a way to abuse a class of an internal stylesheet 22:33:14 <Mic> Isn't <u> deprecated anyways? 22:33:14 <clokep> True. 22:33:21 <clokep> Mic: that's why it doesn't use it. :) 22:33:33 <clokep> Can we accept "mozilla-*" ones maybe? Or...is that still bad? 22:34:38 <hicham> mozilla-* ones are ok in mozilla apps 22:34:47 <-- testib has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a1pre) 22:34:56 <flo> clokep: still bad 22:35:35 --> testib has joined #instantbird 22:35:42 <testib> test _underline_ 22:36:36 <flo> doesn't work :( 22:38:28 <clokep> The quickest fix I think would be to patch mozTXTToHTMLConv. 22:39:33 <flo> we can't do that for linux distributions 22:39:42 * clokep needs to go proctor an exam in a few minutes. 22:40:01 <clokep> True. :-\ 22:40:08 <clokep> Can we white list a span with that specific class? 22:40:14 * clokep isn't sure how the content filtering works. 22:42:23 <flo> yes, that's what I'm trying to do 22:42:33 <flo> it's trivial to do (minus the bugs) 22:42:39 <-- testib has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a1pre) 22:42:52 --> testib has joined #instantbird 22:43:25 <testib> test _underline_ 22:44:18 <flo> the filter sees both a moz-txt-tag class and the moz-txt-underscore class 22:45:27 <clokep> http://mxr.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/source/netwerk/streamconv/converters/mozTXTToHTMLConv.cpp#700 22:47:30 <flo> I don't see any css file using either of those classes 22:48:36 <clokep> Wil be bcak in a few. 22:49:03 <-- testib has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a1pre) 22:51:42 <-- clokep has quit (Ping timeout) 22:52:54 <Mic> flo: what about an indication if a chat is being logged or not? 22:53:33 <flo> adding a system message at the begining of each conversation indicating if it will be logger and how this can be changed may be interesting 22:53:35 <Mic> I also suggested (follow up comment) to show a system message that logging has been disabled 22:54:13 <Mic> "how this can be changed": a link saying "Disable" / "Enable" could be nice 22:54:39 <Mic> Would be nice on a per-conversation basis though 22:55:37 <Mic> Good night 22:55:41 <flo> ahah http://mxr.mozilla.org/comm-central/source/mail/themes/qute/mail/messageBody.css#101 22:55:53 <flo> Good night :) 22:59:12 <-- Mic has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a1pre) 23:01:07 <hicham> flo : can the farsight stuff in pidgin be easily ported to IB ? 23:01:51 <flo> probably not 23:02:21 <flo> from what I've heard it only works on Linux for now 23:02:29 <hicham> yes 23:11:43 <instantbot> email@example.com added attachment 389 to bug 543. 23:11:45 <instantbot> firstname.lastname@example.org requested review from email@example.com for attachment 389 on bug 543. 23:11:46 <instantbot> Bug https://bugzilla.instantbird.org/show_bug.cgi?id=543 enh, --, ---, clokep, NEW, Text Modifier for plaintext formatting 23:12:29 <flo> I should not steal people's bugs :( 23:18:40 --> chrisccoulson has joined #instantbird 23:20:19 --> clokep has joined #instantbird 23:27:48 --> Foxr has joined #instantbird 23:28:08 <clokep> Its ok flo, you fixed what would've taken me a while to figure out. :) 23:28:16 <Foxr> I'm having a problem with instantbird if anyone's around to help. 23:28:33 <clokep> Foxr: Hey. I'm sort of here. 23:28:37 <clokep> What's up? 23:28:52 <flo> clokep: it's frustrating to look for the bug, find it, and not fix it ;) 23:29:07 <Foxr> Alright. I have my msn account hooked up to it and I can talk to individuals just fine. 23:29:21 <Foxr> When I'm added to msn chats with more than one person nothing shows up. 23:29:31 <Foxr> I can read what everyone's saying in the chat log, but not in the chat. 23:29:34 <clokep> flo: I understand. :) 23:29:46 <clokep> Foxr: Have you checked the error console? 23:29:57 <clokep> And do you have a message theme installed? 23:30:13 <clokep> And what version of Instantbird are you using? :) 23:30:23 <Foxr> I just downloaded this a little while ago. Haha so everything's new. Error console has a few weird errors. 23:30:35 <Foxr> I'm not sure if I have a message theme installed either. 23:30:47 <clokep> You can paste them into http://pastebin.instantbird.com/ 23:31:09 <clokep> Foxr: If you didn't install one then you probably don't. :) (Tools > Options > Themes > Message Styles...which one is selected?) 23:34:24 <Foxr> Dark? 23:34:54 <clokep> Yes, that's a default one. :) 23:35:03 <Foxr> Sorry, lost connection. 23:35:11 <clokep> Its OK. 23:35:27 <clokep> Hmm...are you on IRC via Instantbird also? 23:35:38 <Foxr> No I can't figure that out. =[ 23:35:51 <Foxr> I'm using mibbit right now for this. 23:35:55 <clokep> Ah, its OK. It'd just help me figure out if its an issue with the theme or not. 23:36:10 <clokep> So, errors in the error console? Could you pastebin them for me? http://pastebin.instantbird.com/ 23:36:41 <clokep> And are you using Instantbird 0.2 or one of the nightles (0.3a1pre). (Help > About Instantbird will show you the version) 23:38:53 <Foxr> 0.2 23:39:02 <Foxr> Copy pasted everything how do I send it to you? 23:41:47 * hicham had this issue 23:42:55 <clokep> Foxr: Hit submit and then send me the new link 23:43:19 <Foxr> http://pastebin.instantbird.com/445 23:44:16 <clokep> Foxr: Thanks. And what extensions do you have installed? 23:45:07 <clokep> flo: Was there a big update to MSN from 2.6.* to 2.7.*? 23:46:03 <Foxr> Buddy status 0.2, MinTrayR 23:46:04 <flo> clokep: I don't know :-/ 23:48:51 <clokep> Foxr: Seems like its coughing on an object being returned from the protocol. 23:48:55 <clokep> flo: Do you know? http://pastebin.instantbird.com/445 23:49:29 <flo> I've never seen the "Discarding invalid msnobj" ones before 23:50:16 <flo> it's really strange that the messages are stored in the log though :-S 23:50:31 <Foxr> It'll show me who logged into the room. 23:50:42 <Foxr> That's the only text it will show though. 23:50:42 <clokep> Me neither, although I've never used a chat in MSN. :) 23:50:58 <flo> I haven't in a long while either 23:53:34 --> DGMurdockIII has joined #instantbird 23:54:46 <hicham> well, i seen sthg like that recently i thin 23:54:51 <hicham> *think 23:57:12 <clokep> The only two Pidgin bugs about that seem to be old... 23:59:09 <clokep> Sorry Foxr. :-\ I'm out of ideas. Seems like we haven't come across this.