Hi, dual-pronged question. I’m working on modifying Eggdrop to work better with Twitch. According to the docs
:jtv MODE #<channel> +o <user>
is the prototype used to detect mode changes.
Question 1: Is this a notification-only message, or should IRC clients be able to send those MODE changes themselves, ie if the bot wants to grant (or take) moderator status to a user?
Question 2: Giving moderator status to a user via the web interface does not generate a MODE message from the server for me. I have all the CAP features enabled, so I would expect to be able to see it:
[@] :tmi.twitch.tv CAP * ACK :twitch.tv/commands twitch.tv/membership twitch.tv/tags
Can anyone confirm they are able to still see MODE changes via the IRC interface, and if they are able to send (not just read) those messages? If so… any thoughts on why I can’t? Thank you.