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[Client] Script inside user comment?


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ive seen someone do this so i know its possible, i want a music player to output a script, probably to a well know format like msns or pidgins, and i want my mumble comment to be able to pick it up, we have multiple music bots on our mumble server and we never know whats playing, how do i add a script into the comment space?


suggestions on how to go about this and what players and plugins to use would be greatly appreciated


to anyone that cares chrome beta goes into an infinite loop while trying to create a new thread, i had to launch IE for the first time in about 2 months :shock:

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The first problem I do not have the answer, but the second problem is a known problem. Try to force a log-out on the sourceforge page and loggin again, just with your username and password, do not use the other options.

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It is possible to change the comment of a user on the server side over Ice.


- You could write a server side script/program that is polling for example a file/url/etc.

If this changed it will set the file content as the new comment for a user.

The file could be uploaded by your client where the music player is running.


- Or you could write your own jabber-bot, starting with http://thp.io/2007/python-jabberbot/.


It depends on what your music player is able to output.

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