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Old 07-20-2019, 12:36 PM   #1
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Question [RESOLVED] Help on advanced window list script (awl) in irssi

Could someone explain me please how display works in the irssi script awl?
It's about the fonction: /format awl_display_(no)key(_active|_visible) <string>

I'm not very used to IRC/irssi yet and the information given at the beginning of file is not sufficient to me unfortunately...

For example, what does the following configuration (.irssi/config) do please?
awl_display_key = "%K%0$H $N %N";
awl_display_key_active = "%1 %W$C %N";
awl_display_nokey = "%K%0$H $N %N";
awl_display_nokey_active = "%1 %W$C %N";
Especially why using % and not $, plus what are %0, %1 and %K about ?

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Old 07-20-2019, 03:53 PM   #2
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Ok, it seems I missed that documentation:


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