Running latest nightly jitsi-2.5.5159-x86.msi on Win8 (x64). We are AD
integrated for contact source.
MUC XMPP Related
1) Would be nice to right-click on participants in the MUC to add them
to contacts list
The problem is that you cannot do this, normally the participant do
not have jid so they cannot be added. Normally you can contact them
only through the chat room (firstname.lastname@example.org/Sharmon). You
cannot add a user by adding its display name.
2) If I PM someone from the chat room, even if they r already a contact
in my buddy list, they get added to "NotInContactList" group. The only thing
I can is then "Remove Contact" them. If they weren't already on my buddy
list, there is no option to move them from NotInContactList (red arrows in
Yes, this is the desired behavior again - normally no jid, nothing to
3) Now they show up twice in "Recent Conversations" too (blue arrows in
They are different contacts, one is contacted through chat room.
General Contact List related
1) If someone not on my buddy list IM's me, they are added to
NotInContactList group. The only thing I can do is "Remove Contact". I
cannot drag them to the regular "Contacts" group. And there isn't an easy
right clickà add to contact list option. So I remove them then search and
add them via AD.
Normally you can add them by right clicking on the contact or drag and
drop them in a group or contact, if it is not working it is a bug. You
cannot drag them to the Contacts group, this is a special group for
all contacts that do not belong to a group, maybe it is a problem only
with that group. Can you do this with different group?
The only easy solution I can think of is to scrap the "NotInContactList"
feature, or is there possibly a way to disable the feature? Similarly, now
that there is a "Recent conversations" feature, we still would run into the
issue of duplicate contacts showing up there.
Currently this is not possible as to chat with somebody the UI needs a
contact. This is the reason we introduced a contact list group, which
is not persistent (disappears after restart) which has all the
contacts that do not belong to the contact list.
On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 3:36 AM, Aaron Dixon <Aaron.Dixon@ssdcservices.com> wrote:
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