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In Colloquy, there are options for a quit message and a sleep message. I know what the quit message does. When you disconnect, this is the message sent, correct?

However, I have no idea what this sleep message is. It's not an a default reason for away, from what I've seen. Does anyone know?

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When you put your computer to sleep (standby), Colloquy disconnects all active connections.

The sleep message is used as quit message in this case.

Source: See - (void) receiveSleepNotification:(NSNotification *)

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