MSN Me Plugin v1.1

Release Notes

This plugin adds a widget to users page profile that shows the MSN Status of the user and allow other users to contact him/her

New features in 1.1:

  • Added the option "Widget" at the widget options, with this option you can put the messenger conversation window directly in the widget. (Thank you Cube for the idea)

 

New features in 1.0:

  • Added administration link to set up msn window's colors and language.
  • Modified internal conversation window adding a menu with some tools.

Installation:

  • Extract downloaded file in you mod folder overwriting previous version if exists.
  • Go to Administration -> Plugin settings and activate the plugin.
  • Go to Administration -> Setup MSN Me to set up colors and language.

 

  • Good work, but i have an issue, when i choose other option than "widget", i have two MSN icons displayed in the widget... I try to put an if() in the view.php, but it don't work, can you help me? Thanks ;)

  • Unfortunately, the issue I have come across is I don't get any form of MSN button within the widget, have cleared simpel cache, ran upgrade.php etc. It tries to load at very first but then dissapears.

    This is in fact happening in all 3 views, widget, embed and popup.

    Also noticed if set the refresh time to 15 secs (The ideal so it's always showing up to date status) the above mentioned image (That I presume to be the clickable MSN chat button that doesn't show. It flashes in but without the actual full image of any button if set to 15sec rate, in effect making the MSN Me widget box jump if that makes sense?

    Regards,

  • The problem that appears two icons it's solved in new version, i forget to put a { and a } :P

    Rob your problem is very rare, i don't know what is happening because i don't understand you (my english is very poor)

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  • Category: Uncategorized
  • License: GNU General Public License (GPL) version 3
  • Updated: 2014-11-17
  • Downloads: 3049
  • Recommendations: 0

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