Originally Posted By: Crinul

What about 'PM / Query Blocker' scripts?

this is a good point that doesn't seem to have been addressed. sure, if on OPEN's functionality were extended in the manner described, scripters could still check $rawmsg or the value of certain remote identifiers to determine whether the window was opened on receipt of a PRIVMSG, but the change would still affect all scripts that presently do not.

argv mentioned on CLOSE's recent change, but it still doesn't trigger when you use /window -c or /close, nor should it. MeStinkBAD, by that very reasoning on SOCKCLOSE should trigger even when /sockclose is used, which it currently doesn't.

on OPEN (for query windows) without an incoming message should only trigger if /query was not used to open it, if indeed such an example exists.

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