Collection of Pidgin plugins
DescriptionPlugin pack is a collection of many simple-yet-useful plugins for Pidgin. A brief description of each is below. /exec: execute commands and optionally send their output in an IM/chat window. AutoProfile: user profile and status message content generator. Album: archives all buddy icons for all buddies in the user's buddy list. Auto Reply: auto-replies on any protocol, also can be specific to each buddy. Bash.org: provides links to random or select quotes on bash.org and qdb.us. Buddy List Options: options to hide buddy list on creation and hide menu in it. Colorize: colorizes outgoing message text. Conversation Badge: shows the protocol icon in the conversation menu tray. DeWYSIWYGification: allows user to type in HTML without it being rendered. Dice: simulates the rolling of dice. DiffTopic: shows changes when the topic is changed in a chatroom. Magic 8 Ball: shows random expressions from a Magic 8 Ball toy. Enhanced History: an enhanced version of the history plugin. Flip: flips a coin and shows the result in the current conversation. gRIM: annoy your buddies with a timed series of messages. Google: writes the results of an "I'm feeling lucky" search to a conversation. Group IM: send an IM to a group of buddies Highlight: adds support for highlighting user specified words. Ignore: ignore either all or just chat communication from a specific person. InfoPane: use different views for the "details" information in conversations. IRC Helper: Handles the rough edges of the IRC protocol. IRC More: adds a couple options to the IRC protocol:
- Customized default quit/part messages.
- A CTCP version reply.Irssi Features: implements many features of irssi:
- day change notifications
- /window, /layout, /lastlog commands
- auto-text formattingList Handler: import and export buddy lists in various formats. Chat User List Logging: logs the list of users in a chat when you join. My Status Box: per-account status selectors with other features. Napster: NAPSTER Protocol Plugin. Nick Said: to jump to where your name or other words were said in a chat. Old Logger: stores buddy logs in flat files (legacy format). Plonkers: announce your ignore list to a chat room and other privacy features. Purple Schedule: Schedule reminders at specific times. Separate and Tab: adds two new window positioning methods. Sim Fix: fixes messages received from buddies using broken SIM clients. Simple Network Paging Protocol (SNPP):
allows sending to pager servers (like sendpage or qpage) via SNPP.Message Splitter: splits sent messages into smaller ones of a specified size. SSL Info: adds a menu item to display info about the SSL plugin in use. Switch Spell: allows changing the spell-check language for each conversation. Timelog: view Pidgin logs that fall within specific time ranges. XChat Chats: makes Pidgin use XChat's indented view. XMPP Priority: Adds account options that allow users to specify the priorities
used for available and away for XMPP accounts.
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