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DCCs -- auto-get and user levels. #201489 29/06/08 12:34 PM
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Well, well, well... My mIRC doesn't seem to agree with me.

In my DCC options, I've enabled auto-get + minimize and set it to "trusted users only". Then, I added user levels 2, 3, 4, and 5 to the trusted list.

Then, I added myself to the userlist:

5:XTZGZoReX!*xtzgzorex@XploitIRC-35638E57.adsl.cybercity.dk

Now, that seems all good to me. But, when I try to send a file, it simply does nothing - as if I wasn't on the trusted list.

I've tried disabling the "trusted users only", and it accepted the file there.

Any ideas?

Thanks.


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Re: DCCs -- auto-get and user levels. [Re: XTZGZoReX] #201512 29/06/08 07:08 PM
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I imagine you mean you tried to send a file to yourself. How did you add yourself to the userlist exactly?

The most reliable way would be to type //guser 5 $me 2


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Re: DCCs -- auto-get and user levels. [Re: argv0] #201537 30/06/08 10:43 AM
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Actually, no one were able to send any files even though they were on the list.

I'll give it a shot with type 2.

Update: Tried with both level 2 and 7, and none worked. Also, what is the command to accept a DCC send?

Thanks.

Last edited by XTZGZoReX; 30/06/08 11:00 AM.

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Re: DCCs -- auto-get and user levels. [Re: XTZGZoReX] #201582 01/07/08 12:13 AM
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I'm not sure there is a command to accept a dcc request.. it's either done via dialog or it's auto accepted.


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