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NPC conversation spam 
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Joined: 10 Feb 2018 21:33
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I'd like to see a global change where non-quest NPCs' conversations don't show up in the conversation pane. It's a lot of spam.


26 Mar 2018 18:45
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Myth

Joined: 06 Mar 2012 00:14
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Poultry wrote:
I'd like to see a global change where non-quest NPCs' conversations don't show up in the conversation pane. It's a lot of spam.



IMo aye, an option for this would be nice, especially if doing the tower of arms with the lame-ass dialogues there.


26 Mar 2018 19:17
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Wizard
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Joined: 03 Mar 2014 13:03
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There is another thread that touches on this here:

viewtopic.php?f=38&t=3533&hilit=conversation&start=40

In the end, there is a command you can send to turn off npc comms:

Code:
https://www.genesismud.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=3533&hilit=conversation&start=40


26 Mar 2018 21:39
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Great Adventurer

Joined: 20 May 2017 15:25
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This sounds like a fantastic option to add to .... options menu :)

Also - for any wizards who are listening - it appears that sybarus guild-talk and the rangers guild-talk are captured in gmcp, while all of krynn guilds are not (knights, dragonarmies, priests ot takhisis). It would be nice to be able to see guild-talk in chatboxes :)


26 Mar 2018 23:10
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Joined: 24 Jan 2016 21:27
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I almost fell for it and logged in to check whether we had guild talk in the communication window. Nice try.


27 Mar 2018 02:42
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Drazson wrote:
I almost fell for it and logged in to check whether we had guild talk in the communication window. Nice try.


I saw a couple rangers talking to each on the pier a couple days ago and it got captured by my gmcp chatbox, I asked them if it were guildspeak and they confirmed. It isn't true?


27 Mar 2018 11:19
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30 Mar 2018 04:51
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Zugzug wrote:
Drazson wrote:
I almost fell for it and logged in to check whether we had guild talk in the communication window. Nice try.


I saw a couple rangers talking to each on the pier a couple days ago and it got captured by my gmcp chatbox, I asked them if it were guildspeak and they confirmed. It isn't true?



I don't see anything in client.


30 Mar 2018 15:22
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Wizard
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It does actually exist.

I tried converting the DAs and knights guild chat a year or so ago to integrate in to the client communications window. It wasn't as straight forward a change as I thought it would be (i.e. I couldn't get it to work). So it is something parked... and considering the effort i'll need to put into it, it isn't a high priority to fix either.


31 Mar 2018 04:46
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Arman wrote:
So it is something parked... and considering the effort i'll need to put into it, it isn't a high priority to fix either.


Gotcha. It makes a world of a difference between such and update and silence, thanks a lot :)


31 Mar 2018 07:02
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