Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of MobileFAQs


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Jan 14, 2009 6:26:28 PM (9 years ago)
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Robby
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  • MobileFAQs

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    1 Can I continue to recieve messages or otherwise run Colloquy in the background? 
     1'''Can I continue to receive messages or otherwise run Colloquy in the background?'''[[BR]] 
    22- No. 
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    66Keep in mind that even with push notification available in future versions of the iPhone OS, this may not be a possibility in Colloquy due to major changes required in software that is out of our control, i.e. on IRC servers. 
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    8 That sucks! Is there any way to stay connected to IRC still? 
     8'''That sucks! Is there any way to stay connected to IRC still?'''[[BR]] 
    99The main way you can get past this limitation is to use something called a bouncer (bnc, proxy, et cetera), which will stay online for you on a different computer or server which you then connect to from Colloquy. This is a service that Colloquy does not provide, it is something that you will either have to set up yourself or purchase from a third party. 
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    1212Please note that Colloquy is not related to these providers and cannot guarantee that they will work or continue to work in the future.  We also cannot provide any support for their services. 
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    14 What's Keyboard Selection, and how does it work? 
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    16 While we figure most people will prefer to tap autocompletion suggestions to insert them, Colloquy also ofers the option of inserting them using the keyboard. You can switch to Keyboard Selection in Colloquy's settings (Advanced Behaviour, Chat Completions). 
     14'''What's Keyboard Selection, and how does it work?'''[[BR]] 
     15While we figure most people will prefer to tap auto-completion suggestions to insert them, Colloquy also offers the option of inserting them using the keyboard. You can switch to Keyboard Selection in Colloquy's settings (Advanced Behaviour, Chat Completions). 
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    1817With keyboard selection, instead only being able to tap suggestions to insert them, you can also wait a second or so after a suggestion pops up (the send key will then read enter), tap space until the suggestion you want is highlighted, and finaly tap enter on the keyboard to insert it. Space will only select suggestions if you pause typing, otherwise just as with Tap Selection, continuing to type will be ignore suggestions. 
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    20 If you accidentaly invoke suggestions with the space bar but don't want them, either tap the X button, or tap space until the X is highlighted and then enter to dismiss them. 
     19If you accidentally invoke suggestions with the space bar but don't want them, either tap the X button, or tap space until the X is highlighted and then enter to dismiss them. 
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    23 How do I... 
    24 ...change the quit message to something that's not the default? 
    25 ...change the default nickname or real name? 
    26 ...change the default encodings? 
    27 ...show or hide join and leave events? notices? 
    28 ...use different styles? 
    29 ...add highlight words? 
    30 ...change invite behavior? 
    31 ...open links in Safari instead of the built-in browser? 
    32 ...turn off the ducking autocorrection or autocompletion? 
    33 ...switch to Keyboard Selection for autocompletion? 
    34 ...and more... 
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     21'''How do I...[[BR]] 
     22...change the quit message to something that's not the default?[[BR]] 
     23...change the default nickname or real name?[[BR]] 
     24...change the default encodings?[[BR]] 
     25...show or hide join and leave events? notices?[[BR]] 
     26...use different styles?[[BR]] 
     27...add highlight words?[[BR]] 
     28...change invite behavior?[[BR]] 
     29...open links in Safari instead of the built-in browser?[[BR]] 
     30...turn off the ducking auto-correction or auto-completion?[[BR]] 
     31...switch to Keyboard Selection for auto-completion?[[BR]] 
     32...and more...'''[[BR]] 
    3633All of these settings can be changed by selecting Colloquy in the Settings application. If there's a setting you want, it's probably in there somewhere. 
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    3936We're just following the Apple guidelines for handling infrequently-changed settings for iPhone applications. 
    4037 
    41 ...create a new style? 
     38'''...create a new style?'''[[BR]] 
    4239While styles for Colloquy are nothing more then CSS and Javascript, Colloquy currently has no way for a user to modify, create and add new styles, although there is a discussion as to how we might be able to do this in future releases on ticket #1375. 
    4340 
    44 ...join a new chat room/message a user 
     41'''...join a new chat room/message a user'''[[BR]] 
    4542Tap the + button in the Colloquies tab. 
    4643 
    47 ...change the topic? 
     44'''...change the topic?'''[[BR]] 
    4845Type "/topic The New Topic You Want To Set" and tap enter 
    4946 
    50 ...get help for something that isn't listed here? 
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     47'''...get help for something that isn't listed here?'''[[BR]] 
    5248The easiest way is probably to join #colloquy-mobile on irc.freenode.net, which you can get to from within Colloquy by tapping + on the Colloquies screen, then Join a Chat Room, and finally, Join Colloquy Support Room.  
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    54 What else can I do? 
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     50'''What else can I do?'''[[BR]] 
    5651Alongside common IRC commands like /msg and /clear, we also support a few others to perform searches and browse websites. 
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    6358/url URL - Opens the URL entered based on your Open Links In setting. 
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    65 For Google, Wikipedia, and Amazon, you can also specifiy a different locale than your local one by typing a country code like "jp" before the search term. So to search the German version of Google for "kuchen", you'd enter "/google de kuchen". 
     60For Google, Wikipedia, and Amazon, you can also specify a different locale than your local one by typing a country code like "jp" before the search term. So to search the German version of Google for "kuchen", you'd enter "/google de kuchen".