macos – Not seeing slack notifications when app is in the background and the chat with sender is open

In short:
When a direct chat with someone is open, in the background, I don’t see new messages notifications from that someone.

Longer version using a scenario:
I usually work in maximize mode, meaning, I only see one app at a time. This is great for focus. Especially when developing.
I’m chatting with a team mate who sent me a message. I see the notification, click on it and see the message. I then copy something that he sent me, say thanks and try to run what he sent me on a different window. In the meantime, I don’t see the slack app, as it’s below the dev tool I’m using.
In the meantime, my mate, sent me a correction to what he sent earlier.
The problem is that I don’t get any notification that he sent me a new message, breaking my head over the previous sample, trying to understand why isn’t it working.
If I would have closed the direct chat with my mate, I would have seen a notification.

Chat – Support Board – PHP Chat Application

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Chat traffic Affiliate Program been in business since 2006 HUGE weekly payout.

Why does these chat traffic thing guys never elaborate how their network works?
Lot of people has been confused already that includes me…

They use the word Chat Traffic to promote their network but actually, you will not get paid from the chat traffic itself, you have to promote an offer and you will only get paid when someone you refer signup on the offer and pays.

Philippinechatters and chatterspower is just the same.

Before you guys claim to be in the industry for years and have been paying affiliates consistently, you should have post a proof first. In addition, there are no reviews from your network yet so good luck!

 

I loathe it when i click "submit ticket" and it opens the chat window

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Web Skype chat does not work properly on Chrome on Android

I try to chat via Android Smartphone via Google Chrome "PC version" of web.skype.com.
All works, except chat messages. Messages deletes partly when i press enter to send or letters deletes when i input word.

Community Chat Recap | Forum Promotion

Today we held a Community Chat to kick off Member Appreciation week and it was held at a different time to try to accommodate our European friends.

Those in attendance were:
@Lämmchen
@Malcolm
@Saru
@Joshua Farrell
@ChrisGrigg
@Bizdustry.com
@Teg

Different conversation topics were:

  • Posting Package Discounts tomorrow will be announced as part of Member Appreciation Week
  • Cryptocurrencies
  • Updates to FP’s infrastructure are being made
  • Family
  • Healthcare
  • Watching Chris change a spark plug
  • How to get indexed on search pages

Thanks to all who attended and if you couldn’t make it this time we look forward to chatting at the next one!

I need to filter some words for this chat program I have

So I need to use a tagging system like Roblox, so when people swear it turns up as tags. But since i’m still an amateur at this, I don’t know how.

Community Chat on Discord June 27 at 2PM ET

We will be holding our next Community Chat on Discord to kick off Member Appreciation Week on Sunday, June 27 at 2PM ET. This should be early enough in the day for our European friends to join!

python 3.x – Receiving messages in TCP chat room, Python3

I’m working on a TCP chat room using socket module, and I looking for a reliable way for receiving data (text only), ensuring whole message delivery, like WhatsApp (the messages are always received). The scripts bellow are pieces of an existing chat room’s server and client files that I found, which deals with the presented problem following a protocol:

#SERVER FILE

header = 64
format = "utf-8"

def get_messages(client):
    connected = True
    while connected:
        msg_length = client.recv(header).decode(format)
        if msg_length:
            msg_length = int(msg_length)
            msg = client.recv(msg_length).decode(format)

Now the client file:


header = 64
format = "utf-8"

def send_message(msg):
    message = msg.encode(format)
    msg_length = len(message)
    send_length = str(msg_length).encode(format)
    send_length += b' ' * (header - len(send_length))
    client.send(send_length)
    client.send(message)


message = str("Hello World")
send_message(message)

Is this protocol reliable and secure?

python 3.x – Is this a secure approach for receiving messages in TCP chat room, Python3?

I’m working on a TCP chat room using socket module, and I looking for a reliable way for receiving data (text only), ensuring whole message delivery, like WhatsApp (the messages are always received). The scripts bellow are pieces of an existing chat room’s server and client files that I found, which deals with the presented problem:

#SERVER FILE

header = 64
format = "utf-8"

def get_messages(client):
    connected = True
    while connected:
        msg_length = client.recv(header).decode(format)
        if msg_length:
            msg_length = int(msg_length)
            msg = client.recv(msg_length).decode(format)

Now the client file:


header = 64
format = "utf-8"

def send_message(msg):
    message = msg.encode(format)
    msg_length = len(message)
    send_length = str(msg_length).encode(format)
    send_length += b' ' * (header - len(send_length))
    client.send(send_length)
    client.send(message)


message = str("Hello World")
send_message(message)

This chat room follows a protocol for communication, but there are some points:

  • What is this protocol actually doing before sending and receiving a message?
  • What does header do in this situation?
  • Is this protocol reliable?