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How do you show what song you are playing? #163009 25/10/06 07:44 AM
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How do you show what song you are playing using windows media player? confused

On mIRC I mean.

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Re: How do you show what song you are playing? #163010 25/10/06 11:25 AM
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If it ain't broken, don't fix it!
Re: How do you show what song you are playing? #163011 25/10/06 01:25 PM
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Why can't you just give it to me now? That is the name of this part of the forum after all.

Re: How do you show what song you are playing? #163012 25/10/06 05:48 PM
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This part of the forum is to help you write your own

Re: How do you show what song you are playing? #163013 25/10/06 06:11 PM
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Googling for that is really easy. We help with scripts, we sometimes write a full script... we usually don't go and search for a specific one for you. Sites like mircscripts.org are a good place to look as well.


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Re: How do you show what song you are playing? #163014 25/10/06 08:17 PM
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Quote:
Why can't you just give it to me now? That is the name of this part of the forum after all.


panarchy is demaning

type //msg # I am playing $left($nopath($insong.fname),-4)

and sheesh stop being demanding like OMG... dude..


Code:
if $reality > $fiction { set %sanity Sane }
Else { echo -a *voices* }