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5-01-2009 @ 4:25PM
Actually, this would be pretty easy: What you do is write a program that:1. Watches the clipboard for twitter:blahblhalbha2. Sends tweets (You'd have to give it your user name and password.)To use it: 1. Run the program. 2. Put in your credentials so that it can send tweets as you.3. Run wow.4. In the chat window in wow, type "tweet:Just sitting around the Undercity, @Thrall" - but don't hit enter. Instead, hit control-a to select the chat text you just typed, then control-insert or control-c to copy it to the clipboard. 5. The program, which is sitting there looking at the clipboard, notices the string "tweet:" and sends the tweet, clears the clipboard, and maybe plays a beep sound so that you know it sent. (or maybe a tweet sound)Note: I'm not guessing here - my armory lookup program watches the clipboard, gets the information I request, and puts the results back into the clipboard.
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