[Standards-JIG] JEP-0186 (Invisible) question
stpeter at jabber.org
Fri Jul 7 16:24:39 UTC 2006
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Matt Tucker wrote:
> JEP 186 looks like it's a nice and simple approach to invisibility.
> Perhaps this is obvious, but should the JEP clarify how invisibility
> applies across sessions? If invisibility mode is currently active and
> the user goes offline, there are two choices:
> 1) Invisibility mode is reset for the next time they login.
> 2) Invisibility mode is still active the next time they log in.
> I'd assume option 1 is what's intended, but just wanted to clarify.
Yes, that was my assumption: invisibility mode is active only for the
current session -- if you end that session and start another one, the
previous invisibility mode does not carry over. I'll clarify that.
Jabber Software Foundation
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