Settings | Usage | Troubleshooting
Chatty implements the
/w command that Twitch Chat
provides, allowing you to send private messages in chat to other users.
Chatty does not provide the Whisper History as on the website and is
only a very basic implementation in general.
The Whisper Feature is disabled by default.
In April 2016 Twitch moved Whispers from the Group Chat servers to the new AWS Twitch Chat servers. There is no additional server configuration required anymore.
whisperwill be able to send whispers to you. Messages from other users are discarded. Alternatively you can also blacklist users by adding them to the
blockwhispercategory (which makes most sense with the Whitelist setting disabled).
Miscellaneous - Ignore (whisper). Unlike the Blacklist or Whitelist using the Addressbook, this will not completely discard the messages, but instead add them to the Ignored Messages dialog and possibly output some other messages about it, depending on the Ignore settings.
<name> <message>instead of having to use the
/wcommand. To be sure you actually provide the user to send it to you can only whisper to users that have already whispered to you (so e.g.
Hey how are you? :)wont't be send to the user named
Hey). The tab for collecting all whispers is named
[Auto-Message] This user has not allowed to receive whispers from you.. The message is only sent once per session to each different user that whispers to you and is also spam protected.
When the Whisper Feature is connected (
[W] appears in the
titlebar) you can receive and send whispers:
/w <name> <message>, then this will be indicated in chat by the nickname being marked like this: