Okay, the main trouble here seems to be a simple way mIRC has always referred to it's timers (by default and by user-definition). For example, type:
/timerOne 0 300 /echo -s Test1
Now, what if I were to also do:
/timer 0 300 /echo -s Test2
The timer's name assumes the name '1' by default. However, now using $timer(N/ID) to gather info regarding the 'named' timer1 now results in only timer 1's info being shown, ie: $timer(1) = 'One'. Is there any way possible that mIRC could have a $timer(N/ID,n/i) command/tag added? For instance:
$timer(3,n) == I'm checking timer 3's, the assumed 'number' ordered timer, info. And then:
$timer(3,i) == I'm checking timer 3's, the assumed 'id' name for the timer, info.
Possible? I only ask because it's crucial for something I'm developing. Thanks again!