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#140117 22/01/06 04:13 PM
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I suggest to add the isexept and isinvite in the next version.. like the isban..

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Signed.
I'd also like the definition of isban in the help file to be corrected. According to the help for isban you don't need to supply a channel.

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* Mentality nods in agreement

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agreed


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#140121 23/01/06 06:14 PM
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... and I also suggest Invite and Exept events as well..


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I agree, I think these modes are now supported more
than not, so they should be added. Good suggestion.

#140123 26/01/06 02:40 AM
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Excuse my ignorance, but what is exept ?

#140124 26/01/06 03:11 AM
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Excepts are exceptions to channel bans. Consider this:

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//mode # +b *!*@* | mode # +e RusselB!*@*


You can now join even though I banned everyone.

+I adds people to an invite list so they can join invite only channels without getting invited.

#140125 26/01/06 07:41 AM
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Thanks hixxy. I wouldn't have had to ask if they'd used except, rather than exept. Note the missing C in the second word.

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Signed with the first 2 suggestions, however events has already been suggested. Didn't mean to spoil your roll dude! grin

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So you knew what Excepts are but it was that missing "c" that totally threw you off?


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#140128 26/01/06 01:26 PM
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'morning,

some people write it as exept, others as except, others as exempt..

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#140129 26/01/06 02:14 PM
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Some write color, others write colour, but since the words are so similar most people understand both smile

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Color vs Colour is a difference in dialect. "colour" is the British spelling of "color". (More examples here)

The difference between "except" and "exept" is that except is spelled correctly, and exept is not. Exempt is a completely different word.

-genius_at_work

#140131 26/01/06 05:17 PM
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That was a bad example, but I've seen many people think colour is a typo for color. That does apply here.

#140132 26/01/06 11:56 PM
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It didn't totally throw me off, but knowing how precise mIRC is in regards to spelling of commands, etc., I figured it smarter to ask, just in case they meant something that I wasn't familiar with.

#140133 27/01/06 04:13 AM
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Quote:
Color vs Colour is a difference in dialect. "colour" is the British spelling of "color". ...-genius_at_work


Sorry, but to be more accurate, "color" is the American spelling of "colour".

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DK.


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