on *:START:{
  if ($isfile($scriptdir\Stats.hsh) == $true) {
    hmake Beaststats
    hload Beaststats $qt($scriptdir\Stats.hsh)

You weren't loading from the $scriptdir. Also, there's no need for $+ after $scriptdir/$mircdir/$inidir/$logdir. And the $qt will allow you to have spaces if you want them.

I would recommend putting a value in when creating the table, however. Typically the value is 10% of what you expect the hash table's size to be. So if you expect it to have 1000 items, you'd use:

hmake BeastStats 100

This will help to improve performance (at least slightly).

Invision Support
#Invision on