<nhistory> timestamp.

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Ody
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<nhistory> timestamp.

Post by Ody » 01 Jun 2016 20:46

Would it be possible to add a timestamp for things said in ntell? I can't tell how many times I've come back from being idle to see something in ntell that I could contribute to but I have no idea when it was said or how long ago. It would be helpful to be able to know if it was too long ago to bother adding in something.
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Re: <nhistory> timestamp.

Post by nils » 16 Aug 2016 11:49

Wouldn't it be possible to have an optional timestamp for everything?

options timestamp on/off

Could look like this:
[00:00:01] You scrape
[00:00:02] The guard scrapes your
[00:00:05] You cut
[00:00:06] You slice
[00:00:08] The guard tries to
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Re: <nhistory> timestamp.

Post by Cherek » 17 Aug 2016 03:48

Cmud and other clients offer timestamps. Our client doesn't. Yet anyways. I think Cotillion is the only one who might add timestamps, but I am not sure if it's a priority. I'll let him answer that.

I agree it would be especially nice on the nhistory though. It's probably not very hard to add, but a wizard has to be willing to do it of course, as always.

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