Board for discussions around the Ambassador chat client and extension.
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Here's an easy usability improvement: Right-clicking a tab opens the context menu for that channel. That menu needs to have an item which goes right to the Preferences for that channel. That way, people can access the 'Message Notifications' and 'Logging' etc settings for that channel in two clicks, instead of going Menu / Ambassador / Preferences and then scrolling down to the channel.
Opening the preferences window should already select the preference item in the tree for the current view, so adding a per-tab menu item for it would be kind of redundant. If going through the menu bar is inconvenient, you can always type this command:
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"As long as there is someone who will appreciate the work involved in the creation, the effort is time well spent." ~ Tetsuzou Kamadani, Cave Story
Okay, thanks. Redundancy is the hallmark of a flexible UI, which supports several ways of doing the same thing. If there were only one way to do something, then it would be a Mac-like experience. Would an Add-on be able to add arbitrary menu items to execute arbitrary UI code, like 'open a new tab/channel' or 'execute a script'?