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This is not possible; not even ♦ moderators can see this. (We can remove stars if a message is no longer important, or somebody is blatantly abusing stars; room owners can also do this.) To see who starred a chat message you will need to have developer-level access to the Stack Exchange chat database. Here is an explanation by a former Stack Exchange ...


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There is no easy way to do it. Right now your sole option is to visit the transcript(s) you want to download then save the pages themselves locally through your browser (File → Save As or whatever). You'll have to do this individually for every day you want to save. The general form of the transcript URLs (that the View Transcripts link takes you to), ...


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Proposal Title: Apple Support Search Command Description: Currently I have setup commands for both Wikipedia and MDN: || mdn Array || wiki Apple It allows people to easily search for commons things without leaving chat. I propose an Apple Support version of this. Using a command, people could search Apple Support or anything else to find support ...


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Yes —— the feed is useful in a separate room reserved for the feed and discussion about the questions, please. https://chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/92126/hotness


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With help of another moderator, I located a problem with your account. Each person gets one “chat” account and it has a parent account on one of the sites. Your parent was on Stack Overflow and that account had 1 rep only. For whatever reason your other accounts with PLENTY of reputation didn’t get credited. I re-parented your chat account but I cannot ...


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I agree, that in some circumstances it's needlessly difficult for a new user to be able to contact and communicate with other users. We have this weird situation where a user can create a chat account and log in, but only read, and I've seen conversations carried on where the OP talks in comments which he then deletes, and others reply in Chat, creating a ...


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Thanks to Mark I don't even have to do the research any more :-) There are valid reasons why a small amount of reputation is required for users to join chat (see the answers to SO Chat: Why is it that "Only members of Stack Overflow with at least 20 reputation may talk..."? for instance). And as the mods can (with some collaboration from the user ...


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YES -- in the main room, please


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Proposal Title: Bot Ran By Site Moderator Description: If people would feel more comfortable with a moderator running the bot (this would require a computer/server connected to the internet 24/7) and a moderator is willing to do this, I am more than ok with that. I can help them set it up and manage it. The bot is completely open source so they can just ...


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Proposal Title: Chat Owner Description: I propose that, once people get conformable with the bot, the bot become a chat owner. This would allow more features for the bot, relating to moderation. I have implemented some security/bot management features: Command Access - Different groups of users can have different access, so admins/mods/chat owners can ...


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Proposal Title: Auto Moderation Description: Could scan the site and/or chat for content against the rules (aggressive behavior, threats, offensive behavior) and alert moderators. Eventually, after detection is could enough it could automatically delete or flag things. Similar to what IPS Bot does in https://interpersonal.stackexchange.com.


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YES -- in the main room, please I don't see a reason, not to put in the main room. A separate room means that someone has to prevent freezing every 14 days. This is a bit of an inconvenience and can lead to someone forgetting or getting lazy, which apparently, has happened before. Currently the main chat isn't very active. New messages are posted once ...


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NO -- please don't do this anywhere. (We don’t need a feed)


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