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#174544 09/04/07 03:48 PM
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How can see or tell if someone is using hiddin text or symblod to flood on dalnet?

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Garou #174562 09/04/07 07:25 PM
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Do you mean like this:
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<nick>
<nick>
<nick>
<nick>
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Kardafol #174563 09/04/07 08:03 PM
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Yes and sometimes I can see some of the text but not all of it.

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Garou #174565 09/04/07 08:18 PM
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Their text color is the same color as your background.
If your background is white all they have to do is make their
text color white to make it seem invisible...

/echo -a 0,0this is white on white text

Just highlight the text using your mouse and you will be able to read the text.

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One way to ensure that you always see all of the text, is to strip the colours from the text. This can be done by issuing the command
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/strip +c
this would strip the colours from any and all text that you receive (it will not effect bold, reverse or underlining)

Alternatively, you could use
Code:
on ^*:text:*:#:{
echo $chan $strip($1-,c)
haltdef
}


Which, in my opinion, is unnecessary, as both do the same thing. The only advantage to using the second one, is that you can make it specific to the channel, nick and/or text being received.

RusselB #174570 09/04/07 08:41 PM
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I would prefer to use the second one because not all networks use +c for stripping colors. In a network i am in +c completely dissallows colors while +S just strips then.


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/strip is an internal mIRC command, not a server command.

mIRC options (alt+o) > IRC > Messages > 'Strip codes from incoming messages'

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Ok thx guys.


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