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Identifier for user modes #198161 22/04/08 03:33 AM
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Hi there,
Is there an identifier for what modes are set for a nick, eg +i?

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Re: Identifier for user modes [Re: Ninko] #198164 22/04/08 04:21 AM
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You can use a while loops with $iil(#channel,N) but the data is an address, not a nick.


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Re: Identifier for user modes [Re: Ninko] #198166 22/04/08 05:18 AM
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Contrary to Wims post, I think you're looking for nick modes (ie: +i is invisible), rather than channel modes (ie: +i is invite)

If so, you might be able to get these from a /whois on the nick. I use RAW 379 in my Whois/Whowas dialog, but have found that it's not supported on all networks. You might try using a debug window, then whoising someone (other than yourself), and see what, if any, raw mode returns the information you're looking for.

Re: Identifier for user modes [Re: RusselB] #198175 22/04/08 02:46 PM
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Sadly no, WHOIS doesn't contain any of the users modes, I assume thats more or less the only way then?

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