Chatter

Example configuration 1

Chatter is a comprehensive, lightweight, mega-configurable chat enhancement addon. It supports a whole bunch of stuff, including:

- Hiding buttons
- Custom aliases for channel names
- Coloring of player names by class or deterministic HSV formula, and player levels next to names
- Custom font and font size for your chat frames
- Custom background, border, and positioning for the edit box
- Option to let the edit box border color match the color of the channel you are typing in
- Channel colors remembered by name, rather than by number
- Scrolling your chat frames with the mouse wheel.
- Sticky channels, configurable
- Ability to copy a chat frame's contents to your clipboard
- Ability to copy URLs to your clipboard
- Ability to customize the background and border of your chat frames
- Timestamps
- A /tt command to send a tell to your target
- A module that turns the word "invite" into clickable links that let you invite the speaker.
- Highlights both for custom keywords in specific channels
- Chat fading toggles
- Text justification
- Autologging (Off by default)
- Alt linking
- Much larger and smaller chat frames than default
- A Groupsay (/gr) command to talk to your group, whether that's battleground, raid, or party.
- Chat Tab look-n-feel modifications
- Paging through chat tabs with the scroll wheel

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  • Avatar of Nakedbanka Nakedbanka Jul 22, 2010 at 04:01 UTC - 0 likes

    Hi I have been using Chatter for.. must be almost a year now and so far its been fantastic, I haven't had to even look at another chat mod. But since 3.3.5 they've made whispers and public channels sticky by default. So I've been looking around for a plug-in like thing that puts it back how it used to be and so far have had no results. Have I overlooked an option in Chatter or has somebody else found what I'm looking for? Is this even possible? :( If so you should put it in your next alpha. :D

    Cheers again for a sweet addon.

  • Avatar of Tazz737 Tazz737 Jul 16, 2010 at 21:52 UTC - 0 likes

    Hi =D I love chatter, but there is one thing bothering me! Could you implement an option to disable the chatbox from lightening up when you hover over it ? :)

  • Avatar of PoMR PoMR Jul 16, 2010 at 12:42 UTC - 0 likes

    Yes indeed, you did fix the problem with the windows going back to default size and positions. :)

    Great job and thanks for all your hard work!

  • Avatar of dromanthis dromanthis Jul 16, 2010 at 09:53 UTC - 0 likes

    A-ha! You have done it! Behold the absolute power of kagaro fizzlebang!

  • Avatar of deleted_4701898 deleted_4701898 Jul 15, 2010 at 21:46 UTC - 0 likes

    Had the same problem, now it seems to be working again :)

    Thanks

  • Avatar of Pseudopath Pseudopath Jul 15, 2010 at 17:48 UTC - 0 likes


    Orsonsauce! all working for me too!

    Many thanks for the patience and fix.

    - Pseudopath.

  • Avatar of wtwilson3 wtwilson3 Jul 15, 2010 at 16:02 UTC - 0 likes

    It works.  Thank you.

  • Avatar of kagaro kagaro Jul 15, 2010 at 13:31 UTC - 0 likes

    Ok i think I found the issue. im gonna guess you had all edge resizing on. Grab the latest alpha and try that. It should work now. Assuming you get a positive result ill tag a release.

  • Avatar of wtwilson3 wtwilson3 Jul 15, 2010 at 03:52 UTC - 0 likes

    After I mentioned my wife not having any problems, I decided to experiment a little with re-stacking the windows and moving/resizing.  

    If I have the 2 main windows stacked AND at default size, I can move them and the new position will be saved across sessions.  If I re-size the stacked windows, but don't move them, the size is -not- saved, but the position is.  If I re-size AND move the stacked windows, then it goes back to the last position where it was saved at normal size.  All these results are repeatable and I would be happy to send screen shots if it would help.

    I don't want to be a pest, but I want to help if I can.

  • Avatar of wtwilson3 wtwilson3 Jul 15, 2010 at 03:11 UTC - 0 likes

    That makes sense, but somehow the re-sized windows are not being saved.  My wife is also using the add-on, and the only thing different between my set up and hers, is that she has Chat windows 1 & 2 stacked, and I keep mine unstacked.  I don't know if that could be pertinent, but I thought you should know.

    I love this add-on and I will be donating something to the project on payday this Friday.

    I don't mean to beat a dead mule, but I just re-read my other post and realize that it might be unclear.  So if it will help I just wanted to reiterate what I did to try to help.

    1.  Turned off all add-ons except Chatter.
    2.  Closed WoW
    3.  Copied the \WTF\Account\MyUserName\SavedVariables\Chatter.lua to a new file.
    4.  Opened WoW and with all other add-ons still off, changed 2 channel names and resized both chat windows 1 & 2.
    5.  Closed WoW
    6.  Copied the \WTF\Account\MyUserName\SavedVariables\Chatter.lua to another new file.
    7.  Compared the 2 copied files.  The channel name changes were reflected in the second file, the window changes were not.  

    If there's anything at all I can do to help track down the problem I'd be happy to.  I'd also be happy to send any copies of files, or test any new builds.

    Thanks again for an awesome mod.

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Date created
Aug 24, 2008
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Last update
Dec 16, 2013
Development stage
Release
Language
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