Moving Buddies from one group to other

anand arun anand.arun at oracle.com
Mon Jun 29 02:13:50 EDT 2009


Hi Sulabh,

Its XMPP. Please suggest if there is a solution to this.

Thanks,
Anand.


On 6/29/2009 11:40 AM, Sulabh Mahajan wrote:
> Which protocol is this, is it xmpp (or gtalk) ?
>
> I think I have seen this behavior before.
>
> On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 11:35 AM, anand arun <anand.arun at oracle.com 
> <mailto:anand.arun at oracle.com>> wrote:
>
>     Hi Mark,
>
>     Leaving out devel at pidgin.im <mailto:devel at pidgin.im> from the mail chain. I have already tried the method
>     you suggested and mentioned the problem with that in previous mail. The buddy
>     moves back to the original group after logging in and logging out. I checked with
>     some of my colleagues and they are also having this issue.
>
>     Please suggest.
>         
>
>
>
>     On 6/29/2009 11:11 AM, Mark Doliner wrote:
>>     On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 10:34 PM, anand arun<anand.arun at oracle.com> <mailto:anand.arun at oracle.com> wrote:
>>       
>>>     The help page for Pidgin says that :
>>>
>>>     How can I move buddies/chats into another group?
>>>
>>>     Select the buddy/chat you want to move in the buddylist.
>>>     Press 't' to tag the buddy/chat. You can tag more than one buddy/chat at the
>>>     same time if you want.
>>>     Select the buddy/group you want to move the tagged buddies to.
>>>     Press 'a' to attach. The buddies will be attached to the selected contact.
>>>     The chats will be attached to the current group
>>>
>>>     However, pressing the 't' does not tag the buddy. It simply opens up the
>>>     search box. And if I drag-drop the buddy from 1 group to another then it
>>>     comes back to the first group when I log off and log into Pidgin. This
>>>     issue is being faced by many users.
>>>
>>>     Please provide a solution for it and update the help page to have the
>>>     correct information.
>>>         
>>     Hi Anand.  The information you read is from
>>     http://developer.pidgin.im/wiki/Using%20Finch , which actually
>>     addresses the terminal-based IM client Finch, not Pidgin.  To move
>>     buddies/chats into another group in Pidgin just drag and drop them.
>>
>>     And please refrain from asking support questions on our development
>>     mailing list.
>>
>>     Thanks,
>>     Mark
>>       
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