The following commands have been added to the text chat window:
/j [room] [key] - join or create a room
/p [room] - join or create a Public room
/p - join the Main Public room
/r - list all public rooms
/w [room] - list users the specified public room.
/i [nick] - invite a user to join your room
/o - log out
/q - quit app
All public rooms shall have a "." (dot) prefix to allow users to distinguish them from the regular private rooms. For example, a room name ".test" is public, whereas "test" is private.
Use the "/r" command to list all public rooms currently active. Then use "/p" to jump between public rooms. When you jump to another room, your video/audio connections to all users in the current room will be cut, and the user list of the new room replaces the old user list. Also, there are a couple of differences between public and private rooms:
- private rooms automatically establish video connections between users in the room, whereas public rooms do not (text chat is available in both cases)
- private rooms have a limit of 5 users per room, whereas public rooms do not
The "/o" command logs you out and return you to the home screen at the start of the app. You can then sign on as a different user to a different room, and perhaps use a different server, etc.
The "/q" command exits the app, just like the Exit button. This command is not applicable on iOS, since you can exit via the Home button there.
Note that the original commands are preceded by the slash ("/"). However, in this NEW version, you can also use a period (".") instead. So ".h" is the same command as "/h".
Future version will incorporate these new features into the GUI as well.