You're only potentially breaking all custom aliases starting with ^ whistle
Seriously though, this would be a way, people in the past have suggested others ways, like a $space construct (which I personnally prefer):
//echo -a a    b $space c    d $space e   f
which would display "a b c d e f"
Another suggestion was a new directive, but I don't like it much because you can't use it with one liner:
alias name {
echo -a this   support   consecutives   spaces etc
echo -a this doesn't

$space is really the best because you can alter the way mIRC parse the line directly within the line, allowing alternating between current tokenization and a new tokenization

Last edited by Wims; 14/08/15 09:28 AM.

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