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4-02-2010 @ 8:39PM
I use Prat, for some reason I switched to it from Chatter quite some time ago, I don't remember exactly which feature it had. It might have been the 'identity' type feature, but since I don't use that perhaps i should try Chatter again for light-weight-ness. Anyway. Logging. To a text file. I use Elephant for this, as far as I know it's the best option?I've still not figured out how to eliminate 'randomYahoo creates Frostweave Bandage' from the logging though. Timestamps. Are seconds really necessary? I see them a lot in screenshots, and, seems a bit unnecessary/clutterish to me. And, last thought is just that I highly recommend everyone use a chat mod, at the very least to be able to click links that your guildies link to you in gchat. *ahem*(I'm a dual monitor user and a resourceful type and I /facepalm anytime a guildmate can't click a link I paste in gchat).
4-03-2010 @ 11:09AM
Be always careful of links on WoW, something as an innocent youtube video can have a keylogger in it
4-03-2010 @ 2:22PM
Fair enough. Personally, I don't click that sort of stuff, nor do I link it. The sorts of links I am generally concerned with/use are wowhead and class-specific blog links, as well as EJ links, and such things. I expect that anyone I'm playing with follows the same safety practices regarding link clicking that they would if it were on a web page, and I do as well.
4-04-2010 @ 1:02PM
"I've still not figured out how to eliminate 'randomYahoo creates Frostweave Bandage' from the logging though. "GetOffMyLawn gets rid of a lot of random crap like that. I'm not sure that's specifically one of the things it blocks, but stuff like it - duels, getting drunk, skillups, etc.
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