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I am using 3.0.0-delta. Whenever I install my personal script package
via the package manager it will create an unusable bar that runs beneath the top panel.
The downward arrow icon you see on the phantom bar (that is on the far left of
my screenshot) is clickable but does nothing. It's just a weird bug that takes
up screen real estate.
My work around is that instead of using the package manager I go directly into
the .config folder and copy my script package into the profiles current folder.
I can then just select it out of my profile history and I'm set. Doing it this
way loads up my stuff without creating the bar.
I have an
issue where Mudlet does not save my screen as it previously was when I close
out of Mudlet. For example, sometimes I resize my Mudlet tab to work on something
else but I still want to be able to see a portion of my Mudlet screen.
Sometimes I close it out when it is resized and not full screen. When I come
back Mudlet will be full screen. I must click restore down to get it back.
Obviously minor but 2.1 did not have this issue.
I'm on 3.0.0-delta. Every now and then when I use the search box function, all of mudlet will crash.
That's kinda weird, do other people get it?
It's when I click up after entering the text, usually after clicking more than once.It has happened both when no text is scrolling and when text is scrolling, though my gut says it has happened more when I'm doing something like walking somewhere.
I know mudlet now comes with a stock alias to delete all saves (except one per month) for maps and the profile scripts. Im very big on control, so in the past I've always handled this myself, however a few nights ago I got to noticing how much data I was actually removing from each section and realized the modules backups folder had -16- gigs of data in it. I was wondering if this default alias to clear backups could be expanded on to also handle module backups, @Vadimuses?
Oh, I've been meaning to ask: any chance on (socks) proxying being added?