Changeset 4804b2f


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Timestamp:
2011-08-17T22:28:10Z (9 years ago)
Author:
Wilmer van der Gaast <wilmer@…>
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fd1ca44 (diff), 0c42c65 (diff)
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Quickstart update from pleia2.

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  • doc/user-guide/quickstart.xml

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    5454<sect1 id="quickstart3">
    55 <title>Managing Contact Lists: Rename</title>
    56 
    57 <!--quickstart3-->
    58 <para>
    59 <emphasis>Step Three: Managing Contact Lists: Rename</emphasis>
    60 </para>
    61 
    62 <para>
    63 Now BitlBee logs in and downloads the contact list from the IM server. In a few seconds, all your on-line buddies should show up in the control channel.
    64 </para>
    65 
    66 <para>
    67 BitlBee will convert names into IRC-friendly form (for instance: tux@example.com will be given the nickname tux). If you have more than one person who would have the same name by this logic (for instance: tux@example.com and tux@bitlbee.org) the second one to log on will be tux_. The same is true if you have a tux log on to AOL and a tux log on from Yahoo.
    68 </para>
    69 
    70 <para>
    71 It would be easy to get these two mixed up, so BitlBee has a <emphasis>rename</emphasis> command to change the nickname into something more suitable: <emphasis>rename &lt;oldnick&gt; &lt;newnick&gt;</emphasis>
    72 </para>
    73 
    74 <ircexample>
    75         <ircline nick="you">rename tux_ bitlbeetux</ircline>
    76         <ircaction nick="tux_">is now known as <emphasis>bitlbeetux</emphasis></ircaction>
    77         <ircline nick="root">Nick successfully changed</ircline>
    78 </ircexample>
    79 
    80 <para>
    81 When finished, type <emphasis>help quickstart4</emphasis> to continue.
    82 </para>
    83 
    84 </sect1>
    85 
    86 <sect1 id="quickstart4">
    87 <title>Step Four: Managing Contact Lists: Add and Remove.</title>
    88 
    89 <para>
    90 <emphasis>Step Four: Managing Contact Lists: Add and Remove.</emphasis>
    91 </para>
     55<title>Step Four: Managing Contact Lists: Add, Remove and Rename</title>
    9256
    9357<para>
     
    10569
    10670<para>
    107 Lets say you accidentally added r2d3@example.com rather than r2d2@example.com, or maybe you just want to remove a user from your list because you never talk to them. To remove a name you will want to use the <emphasis>remove</emphasis> command: <emphasis>remove &lt;nick&gt;</emphasis>
     71Lets say you accidentally added r2d3@example.com rather than r2d2@example.com, or maybe you just want to remove a user from your list because you never talk to them. To remove a name you will want to use the <emphasis>remove</emphasis> command: <emphasis>remove r2d3</emphasis>
    10872</para>
    10973
     74<para>Finally, if you have multiple users with similar names you may use the <emphasis>rename</emphasis> command to make it easier to remember: <emphasis>rename r2d2_ r2d2_aim</emphasis>
     75
    11076<para>
    111 When finished, type <emphasis>help quickstart5</emphasis> to continue.
     77When finished, type <emphasis>help quickstart4</emphasis> to continue.
    11278</para>
    11379
    11480</sect1>
    11581
    116 <sect1 id="quickstart5">
     82<sect1 id="quickstart4">
    11783<title>Chatting</title>
    11884
     
    139105
    140106<para>
    141 You know the basics. If you want to get to know more about BitlBee, please type <emphasis>help quickstart6</emphasis>.
     107You know the basics. If you want to know about some of the neat features BitlBee offers, please type <emphasis>help quickstart5</emphasis>.
    142108</para>
    143109
    144110</sect1>
    145111
    146 <sect1 id="quickstart6">
     112<sect1 id="quickstart5">
    147113<title>Further Resources</title>
    148114
    149115<para>
    150 <emphasis>So you want more than just chatting? Or maybe you're just looking for a feature?</emphasis>
     116<emphasis>So you want more than just chatting? Or maybe you're just looking for more features?</emphasis>
     117</para>
     118
     119<para>
     120With multiple channel support you can have contacts for specific protocols in their own channels, for instance, if you <emphasis>/join &amp;msn</emphasis> you will join a channel that only contains your MSN contacts.
     121</para>
     122
     123<para>
     124Account tagging allows you to use the given account name rather than a number when referencing your account. If you wish to turn off your gtalk account, you may <emphasis>account gtalk off</emphasis> rather than <emphasis>account 3 off</emphasis> where "3" is the account number.
    151125</para>
    152126
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