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flood problem #161274 05/10/06 01:07 PM
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on @*:TEXT:*:#: {
if (%flood2. [ $+ [ $wildsite ] ] == $null) {
set -u5 %flood2. [ $+ [ $wildsite ] ] 1
}
elseif (%flood2. [ $+ [ $wildsite ] ] >= 5) {
kick # $nick 14Do not flood in here!
unset %flood2. [ $+ [ $wildsite ] ]
}
else { inc -u5 %flood2. [ $+ [ $wildsite ] ] }
}


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Can you guys make a code that won't kick voice and op's on the channel?

and repeat kick also thank you

Re: flood problem #161275 05/10/06 01:15 PM
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After the on text line, just add:

if ($nick isvo $chan || $nick isop $chan) { return }


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Re: flood problem #161276 05/10/06 02:04 PM
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Thanks it works now...


how about auto voice when its on level 50?

on join ???


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Re: flood problem #161277 05/10/06 07:13 PM
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Quote:
After the on text line, just add:

if ($nick isvo $chan || $nick isop $chan) { return }


Riamus2 aint it $nick isvoice? not isvo?


Code:
if $reality > $fiction { set %sanity Sane }
Else { echo -a *voices* }
Re: flood problem #161278 05/10/06 07:44 PM
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I think 'isvo' was used on older versions of mIRC & still works on the current version. I would prefer using the 'isvoice' since it's the one listed in the help file.


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Re: flood problem #161279 05/10/06 08:12 PM
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You know what during my scripting age with these new mirc versions I really thought that isvoice was odd too see but it worked i thought was different but this maybe the reason because it used to be isvo


Code:
if $reality > $fiction { set %sanity Sane }
Else { echo -a *voices* }
Re: flood problem #161280 05/10/06 08:50 PM
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Yeah, use isvoice instead of isvo. I didn't have mIRC handy and was going from memory. isvo really makes more sense to me, but use the one that is documented because isvo could, someday, be removed.


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Re: flood problem #161281 05/10/06 08:54 PM
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Thanks it works now...


how about auto voice when its on level 50?

on join ???


Code:
on @50:join:#: {
  mode $chan +v $nick
}


@ makes it only work when you are opped so you won't get an error.
50 makes it trigger only on levels 50 and higher.

Feel free to set a specific channel, or channels, or just leave it as-is, so it works on all channels. Because it requires you to be opped to do anything, it won't affect any channels that you aren't an op in, so it should be fine not to specify a channel or channels if you don't want to.


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Re: flood problem #161282 06/10/06 01:09 AM
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on @50:join:#: {
if ($nick !isvoice $chan) && ($nick !isop $chan) {
mode $chan +v $nick
}
}

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like this?

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Noone has any status on an join event so you cant use those conditions. its only after a join that a user gets his status, see the replies to my earlier post called timers where i had a similar problem.

but i guess it may work like this

on @50:JOIN:#yourchannel: /.timer 1 2 /modecheck $nick $chan
alias modecheck {
if ($1 isreg $2) {
mode $2 +v $1
}
}

cant test it as am about to fall asleep but it should work


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Re: flood problem #161284 06/10/06 03:21 AM
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Or use /pvoice smile
Code:
on @50:join:#:pvoice 5 # $nick

/help /pvoice

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works fine tnx
any other suggestions?

Re: flood problem #161286 07/10/06 01:28 AM
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on @50:join:#: {
if ($nick !isvoice $chan) && ($nick !isop $chan) {
mode $chan +v $nick
}
}


No need for the !isvoice or !isop check. When they join, they are not going to be voiced or opped yet, so it's not necessary to check.


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Re: flood problem #161287 07/10/06 01:30 AM
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Noone has any status on an join event so you cant use those conditions. its only after a join that a user gets his status, see the replies to my earlier post called timers where i had a similar problem.

but i guess it may work like this

on @50:JOIN:#yourchannel: /.timer 1 2 /modecheck $nick $chan
alias modecheck {
if ($1 isreg $2) {
mode $2 +v $1
}
}

cant test it as am about to fall asleep but it should work


You could do this, but it isn't necessary. Use /pvoice if you want to avoid multiple people trying to op/voice the person, as was suggested by deegee.

Also, you don't need any /'s in scripts.


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Re: flood problem #161288 18/10/06 05:22 PM
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Hey,

I have an additional question for this script. I want it only to kick if the spammessages are all the same. So 5 of the same message in a short time.

I hope somebody can help me.