Your @search would need to be followed up by some form of a matchtext identifier to search for, like @search find-this-word, or something along those lines.

If that is the case, I would suggest just logging everything from #originalchannelname,(using mIRC's log) and then have your @search command be something like @search #whateverchannel-log-file typesearchword-here.

Then it could resort to that file, to search for that word. you can do that with wildcards


on *:TEXT:@search*:#2ndchannelname: { 
  scon -a $iif($network,networkname) msg #channeltogoto $read(original-channel-log-filename, s (or w), matchtext)


You would have to read up on the help file to find what switch works best for your application, there is s, r and w where w is a wildcard match. This might be a handy spot for regex evaluations (which I need to brush up on, so I won't get too deep with it)... Thats in the editor too, its not that rough to learn. Check it out.

The only trouble is if you specify a wildcard its going to return any random wildcard line that matches what the user is looking for. (*help* would return words including, help, helper, helpful... wildcard related) Use s for more specific match searches.

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