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Autojoin to +i channels, property in Favorites #209336 10/02/09 07:07 PM
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Hi!

Autojoining in Favorites is good for joining normal and password protected channels. But i think the possibility to autojoin channels which are +i (invite only) could be nice by having a property in the favorites dialog for let mirc presending a /chanserv invite #chan

So this property should have the entries Normal, By_key, or Invite

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Re: Autojoin to +i channels, property in Favorites [Re: WKN] #209356 11/02/09 12:20 AM
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The first problem that I see with this suggestion, is the fact that it presumes that chanserv is available.

Not all networks use chanserv, or even Anope services.

Re: Autojoin to +i channels, property in Favorites [Re: WKN] #209361 11/02/09 01:14 AM
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Things like this are what scripts are for.

Re: Autojoin to +i channels, property in Favorites [Re: RoCk] #209441 12/02/09 08:41 PM
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Hi,

i agree, that Chanserv is not available on all networks, but on these networks is an invite not nessesary. it should only be an option, maybe with own code like in Mouse properties.

Scripting is another possibility, could you make a guess for me?

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Re: Autojoin to +i channels, property in Favorites [Re: WKN] #209443 12/02/09 09:45 PM
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Something based on
Code:
raw 473:*:{ msg chanserv invite $2 }
You may add checks like "if (r isincs $usermode)" etc.

Now a CS invite will only work if you've identified for that nick, which may take a second or two even if you use some auto-identify script (again no in-build feature). If you consider timers as workaround, please read this thread. A better choice could be the /autojoin -dN command.