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    589 comments  ·  Chat » Chat  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hey all – thank you so much for all of your feedback around this change. We understand that this was a feature that many of you used in various situations, including the ability for Moderators to highlight or distinguish messages in Chat, and we agree that is important. We are listening to your ideas and feedback in this area – stay tuned for updates!

    To provide context as to why we’ve made the decision to remove the original functionality of the /me command, we wanted to address the way this feature was being used to perpetrate abuse against members of our community. While we recognize this change is frustrating for some, the safety of our community remains our top priority.

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    Mysidia commented  · 

    I would suggest checking for automod terms such as donate* {{stem:gift}} {{stem:cheer}} etc, instead of crippling the /me command.

    "Safety" could be preserved by holding the message if it is attempted in a /me message by a non-Mod.

    "Fake donations" could also be an Automod category for normal chat messages as well. People may still use "Fake donation" messages with normal colors - Italics still look special, and there are other ways spammers make messages look special such as by using Box-drawing characters to force spam onto its own line.


    Also, create a special background message highlight for moderators and provide access to mods using a /notice command.

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  8. 155 votes

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    8 comments  ·  User Accessibility  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Mysidia commented  · 

    More control over attributes of the HTML elements in the panels and the CSS styling, especially the IMG tags would be very helpful. Being able to add both ALT and TITLE attributes with the relevants ALT texts for accessibility and TITLE/Mouse hover texts with additional explanation seem like very basic and necessary features that are missing.

    Often broadcasters are putting images as their entire panels for content that is just text with some framing because all the various CSS controls for adding suitable styling for the text and an icon or background to a panel, Etc; Just is not there... this is not just bad for accessibility for disabled users: its also a worse experience for both those creating and maintaining a channel's panels and the viewers.

    So aside from being able to customize ALT an TITLE.... It would also be useful to be able to customize CSS and more of a panel's HTML possibly have a rich panel type allowing upload of a font or icon and full customization of the html+css inside a sandbox (excepting for no scripting or embedding objects with a src= of a 3rd party web server).

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    2 comments  ·  Safety » Feature Request  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Mysidia commented  · 

    I would suggest making it so that when a user chats: moderators will see the chatter's username underlined if that user has a Mod Comment attached to the user in that use's user card Which that moderator has not read yet.

    Perhaps through a checkbox when adding/editing a mod comment to highlight the user for moderators.

    That would make the existing moderator comment feature more useful by letting other moderators know when there might be an important note on a user.

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    50 comments  ·  Discover » Categories  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Mysidia commented  · 

    Well, animation is definitely an "Art", which is just a hair more specific than "Creative"; there are many other kinds of arts from Drawing, Painting, and Pottery, to Dance, Theatre, and Mimery. There are MANY kinds of art. And none of those different arts have their own separate overall "Category", and it seems it would not make any sense logically for Animation alone to be split off from Art, either.

    Animation is in fact... well known as a Visual Art.

    Streams can be tagged "Animation" as one of the tags in the dashboard --- Animation is a proper tag that things can be searched by; just like any of the other kinds of Art.

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    Mysidia commented  · 

    I would suggest an alternate way of allocating emotes to affiliates.... Give affiliates some milestones they can graduate to similar to how partners unlock emotes by number of subs - Let an affiliate have up to 4 Tier1 emotes instead of just one. If emote slots on the site are a limited resource, then give more of them to Affiliates with community to justify it and allocate fewer emotes to new startup affiliates --- this would also discourage people making affiliate accounts just to make a set of 3 personal "vanity" emotes: its more beneficial that those slots go to the affiliates who have some viewers and subscribers.

    For example, possibility would be:

    To unlock first Tier1 emote - Reach 15 sub points.
    Clawback: Affiliates with currently no subs other than themself who never reached 15 lose existing emotes.

    To unlock a second Tier1 emote - Reach Level2 affiliate status.
    To unlock a third Tier1 emote - Reach Level3 affiliate status.
    To unlock fourth and final Tier1 emote - Reach Level4 affiliate status.
    To unlock one Tier2 emote - Be a Level2 affiliate, Reach 30 total sub points and at least 5 Tier2 subscribers
    Clawback: Affiliates with currently no tier2 subs lose their existing emote slot.

    To unlock first Tier3 emote - Reach Level3 affiliate status and at least 1 Tier3 sub.
    Clawback: Affiliates with currently no Tier3 subs lose their existing emote slot.

    Tier1 Affiliate - Base level
    Viewers can only gift or subscribe at Tier1 until after "level2 affiliate" is earned

    Tier2 Affiliate- Maintain 30 or more unique subscribers for 60 consecutive days and 20/more avg. concurrent viewers over 60 days.

    Viewers can only subscribe/gift at Tier1 or Tier2 until after "level3 affiliate" is earned
    Tier3 Affiliate- 90 Subs for 60 days and 40/more avg concurrent viewers over 60 days.

    Tier4 Affiliate- 200 or more subs for 60 days and 60/more avg concurrent viewers over 60 days.

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    43 comments  ·  Safety » Feature Request  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We are happy to announce that we have released an update that addresses some of these points.

    Channel Banned users will no longer be able to view the chat, and they will also be removed from your Chat list. There is an issue that has caused us to pause this temporarily, but we expect a fix to be out very soon – stay tuned to the Twitter thread below for the update.

    Additionally, if you Block a user, they will not be able to subscribe or follow, and Blocking them will automatically unfollow them.

    https://twitter.com/TwitchSupport/status/1243643979897417730?s=20

    How to Block a user: https://help.twitch.tv/s/article/how-to-manage-harassment-in-chat#BlockWhispersandMessagesfromStrangers

    I will leave this topic open for your points about being unable to fully view the remaining content of a channel, and account creation.

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    Mysidia commented  · 

    The actions such as blocking a user completely from even Read-Only access to stream and chat are extremely severe and unreasonable for mere chat rule-breaking --- Twitch broadcasts are supposed to be public content. I believe these options should only be available to Twitch site admin staff, and only in response to a serious Twitch ToS violation such as harassment has been reported that would warrant suspending the user from all access.