There is a hack to get newlines into a message. Turn on paste_buffer.

> help set paste_buffer

Type: boolean

Scope: global

Default: false

By default, when you send a message to someone, BitlBee forwards this message to the user immediately. When you paste a large number of lines, the lines will be sent in separate messages, which might not be very nice to read. If you enable this setting, BitlBee will buffer your messages and wait for more data.

Using the paste_buffer_delay setting you can specify the number of seconds BitlBee should wait for more data before the complete message is sent.

Please note that if you remove a buddy from your list (or if the connection to that user drops) and there's still data in the buffer, this data will be lost. BitlBee will not try to send the message to the user in those cases.

> help set paste_buffer_delay

Type: integer

Scope: global

Default: 200

Tell BitlBee after how many (mili)seconds a buffered message should be sent. Values greater than 5 will be interpreted as miliseconds, 5 and lower as seconds.

See also the paste_buffer setting.

BitlBee Wiki: SendNewlines (last edited 2017-07-11 18:08:59 by tor-exit1-readme)