And that's how it would look in IRC with actions: how badly matching of needed files is done in Git Large File Storage. Would be better if they done patterns as in .gitignore, but they've done some hueta.Thu * lavros spends second hour for trial-and-error command in IRC, Carl "lynx" von Loesch (see https://groups.google.com/forum/#!The distinction between 1st / 2nd / 3rd person (that is, "I am ") is fundamentally built-in into human languages, because this is the way human brains think (and, as you may know, human brain did not changed significantly for ~40 thousands of years, and this is not going to happen in nearest centuries even if science will find a way to do).You may have seen it in literature/books for hundredths of years: dialogues are distinct in form from describing what a hero is doing, in 3rd person. Okay, I've many times seen a question in Telegram groupchats about who is doing what right [email protected] yes, a bot COULD implement a /me command, but that's not really what should be relied on./me is a command that is pretty well ingrained in almost every chatting platform with the only exception that I know now of being steam.
What was shown in the opening screenshot is exactly what most other chat clients do, and should be a very simple addition to functionality. On Telegram Desktop, a user can wrap text inside '`'s to make the wrapped text monospaced, denoting code.
This will likely lead to a lot of people removing the functionality from their bot (as it was probably only included in the bot to make up for the lack of /me support to begin with), but it's one of those cases where they'll likely prefer the new support for the command anyway.
@stek29 /me has been a staple command in every single communication client I've come across and is used as a way of role playing with the person or group of people you are talking with.
YES a bot could be made, but said bot would have to be known about in a global sense like the Markdown Bot is with @bold.
However doing, say, "@bold @Gollam, I feel the latter should be the case - the bot gets precedence.