That's the thing though, if one is powering through work then a Visual tool would come in handy, it's no different to a web developer using Dreamweaver instead of Notepad. There's a big difference between me and someone that makes websites for a living though. As there is a big difference between myself, a casual (if that much) script writer these days. I only make scripts for myself at the moment and I rarely use dialogues for them as I think they are over-used and over-rated in scripts. I am still happy powering many functions with popups where appropriate. blush

You are right about VB and VBScript, please excuse my slight oversight there. I have a habit of calling the lot VB but that is because I am lazy. :tongue:

Perhaps the mIRC script editor and Visual dialogue makers both have their place, coding manually is just my preference though. grin