in reply to warn for !/m(e|sg) in CB?

It is already a user option: If you want it, then use a client that does that for you. (I'm glad that the java chat clients allow me to disable this "command validation" feature.)

I don't think the HTML chatterbox will ever do this, even optionally. It is a long tradition and previous times it has been discussed there was much opposition to changing it.

I find it a very PMesque quirk that I appreciate even if newer members don't.

                - tye

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Re: Re: warn for !/m(e|sg) in CB? (no)
by mpd (Monk) on Aug 20, 2003 at 17:16 UTC
    Oh, come now. At least we're not talking about getting rid of stumbit.
    It would not surprise me if that particular phenomenon received its own NHD entry.
Re: Re: warn for !/m(e|sg) in CB? (no)
by Anonymous Monk on Aug 20, 2003 at 16:33 UTC

    Consensus be damned. tye doesn't like it!