This seems to be working as expected again! @IllusionaryOne and I just tested it.
Seems to only be broken for some users. I’ve been tolled that Twitch is working on a fix for this though. The temporary fix is to get the user to follow your bot’s account.
Edit March 20:
Seems like twitch has changed their whisper system and the user has to whisper the bot before it can whisper that user. If the user is following the bot account this will not be an issue.
UPDATE - 2/24/17 @ 1:32PM EST:
Earlier this morning, I have received an email from Matthew Prince, CEO & Co-Founder of CloudFlare. In this email, explained this issue furthermore, just to get everyone aware of what exactly happened. Prince also stated this:
Fortunately, your domain is not one of the domains where we have discovered exposed data in any third party caches. The bug has been patched so it is no longer leaking data. However, we continue to work with these caches to review their records and help them purge any exposed data we find. If we discover any data leaked about your domains during this search, we will reach out to you directly and provide you full details of what we have found.
However, since he claims that we did not get affected, it still wouldn’t be a bad idea to change your password on every site that runs through CloudFlare. Your security is important to us. Thank you.
@Der-Molybdäne that’s the twitch API. There’s no way for us to get a users twitch username from discord same from twitch. You need to specify the user id from twitch, not discord to call that API, which would not be needed for this feature
I’ve looked into getting this info but it’s not possible.
@LigerXT5 I probably can, if I knew how to write code. I can only read it.
Also something like this has kind of been done, however, I would love it to be integrated into the bot in a more innovative way.
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