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Supressing Command Confirmation #149086 13/05/06 05:54 PM
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Stupid Question. When I use a "/" command in IRC (in this case one built into a script) is there a way to supress IRC's tendency to repeat the command back to me?

For example, my script says:

/bobp //msg chanserv npca #[ROOM] Bob $$1-

"npca" is a command that tells the system to repeat back the action as if Bob were doing it.

So I type:

/bobp rolls his bedroll and says "let's mount up."

IRC does this:

-> *chanserv* npca #[ROOM] bob rolls his bedroll and says "let's mount up."
* *Bob* rolls his bedroll and says "let's mount up."

I want to supress the response from Chanserv. It screws with the logs.

It seems like I'm missing something really simply, but I'm stuck. Help!

Re: Supressing Command Confirmation #149087 13/05/06 07:22 PM
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silence the command with a .

Re: Supressing Command Confirmation #149088 13/05/06 08:55 PM
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*headesk*

I knew that. I really did.

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