Changeset 0f28785


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Timestamp:
2010-07-24T16:10:27Z (9 years ago)
Author:
Wilmer van der Gaast <wilmer@…>
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Message:

Account tag documentation update.

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  • doc/user-guide/commands.xml

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    108108
    109109                                <para>
    110                                         The account ID can be a number (see <emphasis>account list</emphasis>), the protocol name or (part of) the screenname, as long as it matches only one connection.
     110                                        The account ID can be a number/tag (see <emphasis>account list</emphasis>), the protocol name or (part of) the screenname, as long as it matches only one connection.
    111111                                </para>
    112112                        </description>
     
    122122
    123123                                <para>
    124                                         The account ID can be a number (see <emphasis>account list</emphasis>), the protocol name or (part of) the screenname, as long as it matches only one connection.
     124                                        The account ID can be a number/tag (see <emphasis>account list</emphasis>), the protocol name or (part of) the screenname, as long as it matches only one connection.
    125125                                </para>
    126126                        </description>
     
    137137
    138138                                <para>
    139                                         The account ID can be a number (see <emphasis>account list</emphasis>), the protocol name or (part of) the screenname, as long as it matches only one connection.
     139                                        The account ID can be a number/tag (see <emphasis>account list</emphasis>), the protocol name or (part of) the screenname, as long as it matches only one connection.
    140140                                </para>
    141141                        </description>
     
    168168                               
    169169                                <para>
    170                                         The account ID can be a number (see <emphasis>account list</emphasis>), the protocol name or (part of) the screenname, as long as it matches only one connection.
     170                                        The account ID can be a number/tag (see <emphasis>account list</emphasis>), the protocol name or (part of) the screenname, as long as it matches only one connection.
    171171                                </para>
    172172                        </description>
     
    11411141        </bitlbee-setting>
    11421142
     1143        <bitlbee-setting name="tag" type="string" scope="account">
     1144                <description>
     1145                        <para>
     1146                                For every account you have, you can set a tag you can use to uniquely identify that account. This tag can be used instead of the account number (or protocol name, or part of the screenname) when using commands like <emphasis>account</emphasis>, <emphasis>add</emphasis>, etc. You can't have two accounts with one and the same account tag.
     1147                        </para>
     1148
     1149                        <para>
     1150                                By default, it will be set to the name of the IM protocol. Once you add a second account on an IM network, a numeric suffix will be added, starting with 2.
     1151                        </para>
     1152                </description>
     1153        </bitlbee-setting>
     1154
    11431155        <bitlbee-setting name="timezone" type="string" scope="global">
    11441156                <default>local</default>
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