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YATCP - Yet Another Twitch Chat Plugin .51

DarkWolffe

New Member
This is actually exactly what I've been looking for in a chat plugin. It's simple, and clean. 10/10 would recommend and download again.
 

Tript1k

New Member
Hi,

I've just installed this plugin but i don't know how the f*** it work !
Things i do : I had scene, select YATCP, a new window open so I just enter my twitch nickname (wich is Tript1k) I put my oauth password and when i click on "ok" nothing happen. The window just close and i've nothing....

I don't know what to do, can someone help me plz ?
(sry for english potato)
 

vackillers

New Member
Is there currently a way to change the usernames colors because by default their all red, and that color tends to get blured heavily on my stream, while the color of the text's is fine because you can change that, there doesn't seem to be a way to change the color of usernames though?
 

Triscy

Member
You're probably aware of Desert Kharon IRC chat plugin. I currently use that, but while I like how it works, it doesn't show emoticons and the like.

I'd switch to this one, but there are a couple things I really wouldn't want to lose from Desert Kharon.

1. Desert Kharon shows chat line-by-line. Somebody posts a message, the line comes up on screen for a short bit of time, then disappears. My chat doesn't move fast enough to have the entire chat shown at all times, and it takes a great deal of space to do that. I like my stream plugins cover as little screen space as possible when possible, but I want a chat overlay for the sake of context if something goes on YouTube. Would it be possible to make it so that lines are shown one at a time, and can be set to fade/disappear after a period of time?

2. Size is important. I have my Desert Kharon set so that it appears as a bar at the bottom of my screen, about 400-500 pixels wide and 150-200 or so pixels tall. Would this be doable?

3. Name colors, as stated before. I'd like to at least be able to set specific people to groups which have designated colors, to identify/separate mods in chat or the like. Possible?
 

vackillers

New Member
Yeah I have switched over to use that Desert Kharon IRC pluggin and it does everything that YATCP doesn't do, the only problem with it is I get disconnected from the chat a lot with that plugin, get and error msg from OBS about it.
 

Jaxel

Member
This plugin needs the ability to add a glow border to the text. Otherwise its pretty impossible to read.
 

nikolarN

New Member
It's not displaying my chat, what should i try ?

I put in my username and the whole oauth key... Am i doing something wrong ?
 

Rami Ojala

New Member
if you take requests in to consideration, i would love to see "disable links" option... some random guys sometimes come and link porn sites and what not on the stream and it deletes them on twitch chat but they stay on the screen... works great otherwise thanks for the nice plugin :)
 

ostatu

New Member
i've just created an account on this forum to say that this plugin works great with me (win8 64bits) has a strange spam protection completely out of Twitch but its fine. With this i mean that i doesnt show messages like "123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890" but it shows messages of the same length without patterns.

Very good job
for me it works better than sickbattery's one
 

Yakumo

New Member
This is great!

Can even connect with both this AND mIRC (using identical oAuth token) so have both this overlay and proper chat management and notifications, thank you =)

I hadn't thought that would work as I thought it would be trying to log into irc with the same username.
 

coRpSE

Member
Has this become a dead project?

Few suggestions if it isn't dead is if possible, make usernames be bold and not the replies, colors of usernames, As Rami suggested, disable links would be nice. User group colors would also be nice as someone has posted previous.

For now, though this a nice plugin, I have been going another root of using Chatty and doing a window capture of it and putting it on my overlay. Granted, you do need multiple monitors, I am able to see who is in chat and I can see how many are viewing.

Other than that, this system works well with the current OBS, v0.638b.
 
I can't seem to get the plugin to run at all. It shows up as an option to add to the current scene, but adding it simply crashes OBS, both 32 and 64 bit versions. I am using the latest build of OBS 0.64 on windows 7 x64. Any help on how this can be resolved.
 
I can't seem to get the plugin to run at all. It shows up as an option to add to the current scene, but adding it simply crashes OBS, both 32 and 64 bit versions. I am using the latest build of OBS 0.64 on windows 7 x64. Any help on how this can be resolved.
I thought these CrashDump files might help you figure out what my problem is.
I can't seem to get it to upload my dmp file, so hopefully this text file is enough.
 

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I thought these CrashDump files might help you figure out what my problem is.
I can't seem to get it to upload my dmp file, so hopefully this text file is enough.
I seem to have figured out what was causing my issue. Comodo firewall failed to properly start. It was supposed to ask me to allow it to make modifications, but since it didn't launch properly it just based it off of previous lists and denied it. This was even after restarting.
 

APOD

New Member
I had some issues with this one.
First time, it didnt work at all (testing it worked)
Second time it showed HTML code when ppl texted.
Third time it worked for about 7 lines, then stopped working.
 
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