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Re: Kick list #148575 09/05/06 07:21 PM
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You could just align it in columns without writing a full sentence. Separate it all by tabs so that the first column is the person who kicked, the second column is the person who got kicked, and third is the reason. You could just make a variable like this
Code:
var %kickline = $nick  $+ $chr(9) $+ $knick $+ $1-

Then you could just write %kickline to your file. Note: you might want to space it out more if nick lengths are too long. Just add another $+ $chr(9) there.

Re: Kick list #148576 09/05/06 07:26 PM
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Yes, it is to a certain extent but I don't think it's worth the trouble since a lot of the data being written to it has no upper limit to the length. It would be difficult to keep things aligned properly.

If you are familiar wtih html you could make an alias that when called it uses the text file to generate an html document with a table containing the various pieces of information.

Re: Kick list #148577 09/05/06 10:05 PM
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on *:KICK:#:{
if (!$window(@kicked)) window @kicked
aline @kicked [[ $fulldate ]] - $gettok($address($knick,2),2,64) - $nick - kicked - $knick - from $chan for - $1-
write $+(",$logdirkicked.txt,") $line(@kicked,$line(@kicked,0))
write $+(",$logdirkicked.doc,") $+($fulldate,$chr(9),$gettok($address($knick,2),2,64),$chr(9),$nick,$chr(9),$knick,$chr(9),$chan,$chr(9),$1-)
}


open the doc file in what ever word processor you got and set the tab stops
* be aware that saving into the same file well likely add characters or control codes that would make adding extra lines problem matic at best.
* I suggest you save the file if need be to a new filename once setting the tabs

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