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Question about #findscrim, and etc. #132693 13/10/05 03:54 PM
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Well I go to GameSurge Random Server US and i want to find a scrimmage for CS 1.6. So i do #findscrim and it says Cannont Join Channel (+r). Anyone know how to fix this. It wont let me into the channel so i cant find a scrimmage

Re: Question about #findscrim, and etc. #132694 13/10/05 04:00 PM
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does the +r on that network stand for "registered nick required to enter channel"?

Re: Question about #findscrim, and etc. #132695 13/10/05 04:05 PM
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i dont know, how do i know that?

Re: Question about #findscrim, and etc. #132696 13/10/05 04:16 PM
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You need to register your nick on that network to join that channel. Join #help to see how to register. If nickserv is on that network, you can type "/nickserv help" (no quotes) and it will give you info on how to use commands such as REGISTER and IDENTIFY.


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Re: Question about #findscrim, and etc. #132697 13/10/05 05:35 PM
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how do i make it so it remembers my user name and pass and i dont have to say that line everytime i log in?

Re: Question about #findscrim, and etc. #132698 13/10/05 05:45 PM
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You could put it into Perform, or you can include a script:

Code:
on *:connect: {
  if ($network == [color:red]Network[/color]) {
    [color:red]identify password[/color]
  }
}


Change Network to your network name. To see what your network name is, type //echo -a $network while connected. Replace the identify password part with whatever command is required to identify on your network.


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