I just used the -u50000 as an example.. could lengthen it if need be to compensate. One more zero would add another 5 days. But, that was more of a "This is an option" type thing..

Completely depends on what the script is for. If the hash table items don't really need to be saved upon mIRC's exit and what not, then this won't really be a problem. One can always specify the -u option with /hsave to keep everything.

/filter might do the trick, though I haven't actually played with that much myself.

Edit: Lots of new posts that I didn't have the chance to read before I posted this..

Last edited by Rand; 18/10/05 03:35 PM.