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4-21-2011 @ 1:23PM
it's called the edit box in prat 3.0 too
4-21-2011 @ 2:54PM
I get the impression that the author of the question knows full well that those addons can move the edit box but doesn't want them because, in their opinion, are a glut of other useless features. They want that one single option without all the other chat bells and whistles.
4-21-2011 @ 3:15PM
I agree with Lyrd. I read the question the same way. I don't use chatter or prat, but as a long time reader of Mat's columns, and knowing that he likes modular add-ons (with certain features that can be enabled or disabled at will), my guess is that Raina could move the edit box and disable all other features on at least one of those add-ons.
4-21-2011 @ 3:58PM
If Raina had intended to ask me for a mod that just gave her a certain function, opposed to what the function was called, it would have read something like "I want a mod that just gives me the function of moving the edit box."As it reads, to me, is "Prat and Chatter do lots of things, but they don't do this one thing I need it to -- what addons can?" "but don't give me the simple thing I need which is to simply move the text box in the bottom of the chat pane"That implies that Chat and Pratter do everything BUT simply move the text box. Chatter and Prat are pretty modular, too. You can enable and disable practically everything you do not want.
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