Couple of IDETalk questions

Hi

I know that jabber allows to have 2 and more clients to be logged in using the same account. Since IDETalk doesn't support groupchat (yet?), I'm running Psi to participate in our team's conference. But while second client is logged in, Show Diff With User doesn't work, I guess reply is routed to Psi. When someone sends code pointer to me, it is also shown only in Psi. I've tried to set resource priority to 0 in Psi, but it didn't help. What priority does IDETalk use? Is it configurable, or my problem comes from some other reason?

Second question is about IDETalk font, can it be changed without changing editor font?

Thanks.

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Konstantin Sobolev wrote:

Hi

I know that jabber allows to have 2 and more clients to be logged in using the same account. Since IDETalk doesn't support groupchat (yet?), I'm running Psi to participate in our team's conference. But while second client is logged in, Show Diff With User doesn't work, I guess reply is routed to Psi. When someone sends code pointer to me, it is also shown only in Psi. I've tried to set resource priority to 0 in Psi, but it didn't help. What priority does IDETalk use? Is it configurable, or my problem comes from some other reason?


IDEtalk uses priority 0, and this is not configurable at the moment.


Second question is about IDETalk font, can it be changed without changing editor font?


IDEtalk uses IDEA's editor component to show incoming messages, so it shares its font.

Regards,
KIR

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Any comment on
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-8997 ?
We use the same server for several purposes and there is currently no
way to tell an IDEtalk user from a generic chat client user ...
R

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Thanks Kirill.
FYI: Since IDETalk's source is now open, I've hacked it to use priority 3. Now all stuff like "send code pointer" works when it runs concurrently with Psi, and Psi is configured to use prio=0.

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