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login timer #165989 05/12/06 10:30 AM
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I was wondering how to go about writing a script that users could type !logout, would start an 18 hour countdown timer. Then be able to type !time, to see how much time was left. Then !login to shut the timer off.

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Re: login timer [Re: danzigrules] #166016 05/12/06 02:47 PM
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Use this:

Code:
on *:text:*:#: {
  if ($1 == !logout) {
    .timerlogout 1 64800 msg $chan Logged Out.
    msg $chan Starting logout.
  }
  elseif ($1 == !login) {
    if ($timer(logout)) {
      .timerlogout off
      msg $chan Logout terminated.
    }
    else msg $chan Not logging out.
  }
  elseif ($1 == !time) {
    if ($timer(logout)) {
      msg $chan $duration($timer(logout).secs) left until logged out.
    }
    else msg $chan Not logging out.
  }
}


Note that you can change the messages if you want.


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Re: login timer [Re: Riamus2] #166026 05/12/06 03:33 PM
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WOW

I figured I would just get some help with it, not it wrote out for me. laugh

Thank you VERY much

Re: login timer [Re: danzigrules] #166069 05/12/06 10:30 PM
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Heh. No problem. If you want an explanation of what it does, just ask. smile


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Re: login timer [Re: danzigrules] #166081 06/12/06 01:45 AM
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Please note that Riamus' code is a general code, not one that tracks on a nick by nick basis. This means that if Person1 does !logout and then half an hour later Person2 does !logout, the logout timer will reset to the start point from when Person2 issued the command, so the logout message would be given 18 hours after that, not 18 hours after Person1 used the command.

Re: login timer [Re: RusselB] #166086 06/12/06 03:12 AM
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Originally Posted By: RusselB
Please note that Riamus' code is a general code, not one that tracks on a nick by nick basis. This means that if Person1 does !logout and then half an hour later Person2 does !logout, the logout timer will reset to the start point from when Person2 issued the command, so the logout message would be given 18 hours after that, not 18 hours after Person1 used the command.


oh, I did not know this, would it be a long pain to code it so that each persons timer would be separate?

Thanks again

Re: login timer [Re: danzigrules] #166091 06/12/06 04:58 AM
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Not at all..Here you go
Code:
on *:text:*:#: {
  if ($1 == !logout) {
    $+(.timerlogout,$nick) 1 64800 msg $chan Logged Out.
    msg $chan Starting logout.
  }
  elseif ($1 == !login) {
    if $timer($+(logout,$nick)) {
      $+(.timerlogout,$nick) off
      msg $chan Logout terminated.
    }
    else msg $chan Not logging out.
  }
  elseif ($1 == !time) {
    if $timer($+(logout,$nick)) {
      msg $chan $duration($timer($+(logout,$nick)).secs) left until logged out.
    }
    else msg $chan Not logging out.
  }