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Idle Kick script #159869 20/09/06 09:01 PM
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Hi been looking for one of these things and not found anything that works. Anyone got a good one or know where I can find one?

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Re: Idle Kick script *DELETED* #159870 20/09/06 09:34 PM
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Code:
if $reality > $fiction { set %sanity Sane }
Else { echo -a *voices* }
Re: Idle Kick script #159871 20/09/06 10:02 PM
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well i tested the script its not looping properly i dont know what im not seeing.


Code:
if $reality > $fiction { set %sanity Sane }
Else { echo -a *voices* }
Re: Idle Kick script #159872 20/09/06 10:29 PM
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I didn't check Lpfix5's code to see if I could find why it's not working, but instead I wrote (and tested) this
Code:
 menu channel,nicklist {
  Kick Idlers : idle.kick $network $chan
  Set Allowed Idle Time : idle.time $network $chan
}
alias idle.time {
  set %idle $$?="Allowed idle time in minutes or mm:ss format"
  set $+(%,idle.time.,$1,.,$2) $iif($chr(58) isin %idle,$duration(%idle),$calc(%idle * 60))
}
alias -l idle.kick {
  set %chan $2
  if !$+(%,idle.time.,$1,.,$2) {
    idle.time $1 $2
  }
  var %a = 1
  while %a <= $nick($2,0) {
    if $nick($2,%a).idle > $($+(%,idle.time.,$1,.,$2),2) {
      .ban -ku $2 $nick($2,%a) No idling in $2
    }
    inc %a
  }
}
 

Re: Idle Kick script #159873 20/09/06 11:29 PM
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Thanks RussellB works just fine, one thing though, anyway to make it automatic, so I dont wake and find loads of idlers.

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Re: Idle Kick script #159874 21/09/06 12:55 AM
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Tried to edit my last code, but waited too long, so here's the updated
Code:
 menu channel,nicklist {
  Kick Idlers : idle.kick $network $chan
  Set Allowed Idle Time : idle.time $network $chan
  Auto Scan On : auto on $network $chan
  Auto Scan Off : auto off $network $chan
}
alias auto {
  if $1 == off {
    $+(.timer,$2,.,$3) off
  }
  else {
    if !$+(%,idle.time.,$1,.,$2) {
      idle.time $1 $2
    }
    $+(.timer,$2,.,$3) 0 $$?="Time between scans in seconds" idle.kick $network $chan}
  }
}
alias -l idle.time {
  set %idle $$?="Allowed idle time in minutes or mm:ss format"
  set $+(%,idle.time.,$1,.,$2) $iif($chr(58) isin %idle,$duration(%idle),$calc(%idle * 60))
}
alias -l idle.kick {
  set %chan $2
  if !$+(%,idle.time.,$1,.,$2) {
    idle.time $1 $2
  }
  var %a = 1
  while %a <= $nick($2,0) {
    if $nick($2,%a).idle > $($+(%,idle.time.,$1,.,$2),2) {
      .ban -ku $2 $nick($2,%a) No idling in $2
    }
    inc %a
  }
}
 


I tried to get it so that if the Automatic was ON, only the Off option would show, and vice versa, but I wasn't able to do so (although I'm pretty sure I've seen it done before, so someone else might be able to fix up my code with that option)

Re: Idle Kick script #159875 21/09/06 01:25 PM
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Thanks again RusselB sadly the auto kick dont work frown but it is better than nothing and the manual way does save me looking through the log buffer to see who been idling LOL

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Fire