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459 votes9 comments · Subscriptions » Turbo · Admin →
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505 votes38 comments · Chat » Replies · Admin →mouse responded
We’ve released an update today that addresses some of the feedback in this thread:
- You can now once again highlight and copy messages for easy translation, raid message organization, and general copypastas
- Clicking into the chat will not immediately open the reply function. On hover, the reply button in the top right of the message will initiate the reply
As it’s been a few days, curious to hear whether the initial feelings and experiences have changed!
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I have received the update for On-Hover reply buttons and I would still very much like a way to disable the functionality entirely. When I'm scrolling up while modding, the reply icons popping up slow down the scroll and visibly lag the page. A reply is something I'm never going to use in a chat room, so the feature existing for me is a waste of time anyway.
As it is, I've used a userscript to inject CSS to override the reply button with display:none and I've worked around the issue with it popping up, but the lag is still there as it decides to show the button each time (even though it's invisible).
Please give us a way to disable the feature on the client-side.
286 votes25 comments · Chat » Replies · Admin →
This is a big one for me. The only thing Twitch really has going for it over YouTube is community. If hosts are functionally useless because the a bunch (not even all, because subs are excluded) of the incoming raid/host gets a pre-roll, then a live response to it is really not functionally possible. You've got to say something to the incoming subs, but be fully prepared to say all of it over again in 30 seconds or whenever the pre-roll ends for the incoming non-subs.