Yeah what's your point? To implement ON TIME mIRC is going to HAVE TO create a high resolution timer anyway! How else will mIRC know when the time changes? It can only figure it out by using a timer. And to ensure accuracy, the delay of the timer has to be less than the smallest change of the clock, which means the timer has to have a delay of less than a second which requires a high resolution timer. So ON TIME would basically be mIRC just triggers an ON TIME even each time the time changes as detected by the high resolution timer. So basically it would be SLOWER than just using a high resolution timer yourself.