Chat Command: ^close

Chat Command: ^close

PivotCX Chat Command: ^close

Close a conversation. This means that a conversation will no longer appear on the left-hand panel.



How to Use

Type ^close in the chat window followed by the spacebar. This will allow the conversation to immediately close.
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