I've tried "on sendfail" but it doesn't always seem to work for me. His connection would die and the transfer would stop. The event never echoed the test text.
I suppose on 1:DCCSERVER:SEND: is out of the question since it works backwards. To me "on 1:DCCSERVER:SEND: should be if you are sending to someone rather than them GETing something from you. "on 1:DCCSERVER:GET:" should be the correct use of that IMO.
There's another part of this script as well, I wanted to log each send event, when it started how long it took etc... But again, I dunno which event triggers it.
I just could of sworn at one point in time there was a way to detect the sending of a file.
Last edited by Scorpwanna; 20/05/07 08:50 PM.