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Do not show 'max users' count for a MUC when it is 0 (unlimited)

Description

The Openfire admin console contains various tables that display information of multi-user chat rooms. These rooms can, but need not have, a maximum number of users that it can contain. In table forms, this is usually shown in a 'users' column, as "12 / 30" (meaning: this room currently has 12 users in it, and has a maximum of 30).

Some rooms do not have a maximum. In such cases, Openfire should not display the second number (which will always be 0).

Instead of "12 / 0", the value "12" should be shown.

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Daryl Herzmann
February 27, 2018, 5:41 PM

I'd prefer to replace 0 with unlimited or "no limit" and be explicit

Guus der Kinderen
February 27, 2018, 8:13 PM

Works for me.

wroot
May 14, 2019, 3:09 PM
Edited

Not sure what have happened, but just noticed that in 4.3.2 it still shows "12 / 0" for a room with unlimited occupants count. Not "12" or "12 / no limit".

Was marked as fixed for 4.3.0.

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Dave Cridland

Reporter

Guus der Kinderen

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