@NetWalkerGit Hey Net, effect embers can be picked up from the "SkillAttribution" message on chat, stickers you can pickup from the ChatMessage that contains the sticker. You can also look at the channel:id:skill for anything other than a sticker. Here's SkillAttribution https://dev.mixer.com/reference/chat/events/skillattribution and here's the sticker message: https://dev.mixer.com/reference/chat/events/chatmessage#skill
In both cases look for "cost": x,
https://mixer.com/api/v1/channels/34966758/broadcastmight take 15-20 seconds, when it normally responds almost instantly. As far as I can tell from the documentation this endpoint isn’t rate limited and I am not hitting it at very high TPS. Any ideas?
@xmxstudio I have not tried CDK development on Linux, but it works on a Mac. I imagine the workflow is the same. Go clone the CDK from here and do
npm install and
npm start to run in debug mode, wait a bit for it to open and then open a project like you normally would. On a Mac you can also build and bundle it with
npm run build:editor:dist:mac (though it will be unsigned and not run without messing with security settings), but on Linux, you'll need to figure out how to make
electron-builder build the appropriate package format for your distribution.
@ProbablePrime I know, both of these aren't documented (anymore?), but I have a some OAuth scopes that the web frontend doesn't handle properly:
team:administer(Administrate teams the user has rights in) -> No longer exists/replaced by
team:manage:self(Create, join, leave teams and set the users primary team)? This causes a non-descriptive
server_errorfrom the OAuth flow, because the rest service returns a HTTP 400 with an empty response and no other information in the headers. The frontend will display a "invalid permission scope" message at the bottom, but it redirects so fast most users won't notice or be able to read it. When using shortcode flow a message with "Unknown internal error occurred" pops up at the bottom, whenever you hit Approve, and you can press it as often as you want as you will stay stuck on the page.
interactive:play(Allows participating in interactive games) -> Still only works with shortcode flow, the frontend will reject it otherwise as an invalid scope. This seems... an unusual and unnecessary restriction.
Can you fix this? :kissing:
librehashWe've been in this community for ages. So you can't just come in here thinking you're going to make a bunch of sweeping changes at once.