Yes, yes and yes! Long have I suffered the semicolon splitting my nicely punctuated sentences.ktiedt wrote:I would love to have an escape char for the cmd separator! One of my biggest annoyances to date!
But I don't like typing two semicolons... just typing one semicolon in the midst of a battle is a lot easier for those who fight manually and need to stack up commands, typing ';;' is ... not very pleasing to the eyes and it also takes up valuable typing time.Vadi wrote:Setting it to a double semicolon fixes the problem.
Also in response to @SlySven, couldn't the apostrophe's just be escaped with \? Same as something that could be added to the command line should someone want to type out an alias without it actually firing?
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But then: "did I just press the semi-colon once or did my finger slip and I entered two?" so it ought to be visually changed to show this - I know, let us invert the colours for it ah I haven't done the code for invert/strikethough/overline to do that yet...
Unless I am missing something, we currently have no way to reliably ascertain Mudlet version via the Lua API. Because of this, might I propose the following:
This would return a string, giving the current version. I opted for a string to assist those of us using n.n.n-dev branches.
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For the most part you should be checking for the functions you need, not hardcoding to a particular Mudlet version. There are edge cases where doing that is hard, so that would be useful, but a bad programming style.