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Signs infront of choosen nicks #219638 23/03/10 07:39 PM
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I'd like to give chosen nicks signs like a "=>" for friends etc.
Is this possible?

Re: Signs infront of choosen nicks [Re: bwuser] #219639 23/03/10 08:01 PM
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It is far easier to just color the nicks that are friends. If you're talking about just adding a character in front of nicks in the channel/query, that can be done in the same manner as people who want to change the brackets around a nick. That's been shown various times in the forum, including once recently (see argv0's post in that link). If you mean to edit the nicks in the nick list, then you'd have to use a DLL. nicklust.dll might offer that abilitiy. I have never used it, but it's used to edit the nick list and might be able to do that.


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Re: Signs infront of choosen nicks [Re: Riamus2] #219640 23/03/10 08:10 PM
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Yes, that's what I mean.

I want to add a character in front of chosen nicks, not all nicks.

That couldn't be that hard to do, or?

Can you link me to a tutorial or something?

Thanks for the answer.

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Re: Signs infront of choosen nicks [Re: bwuser] #219641 23/03/10 08:28 PM
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Well, like I said, the link shows the basic idea of how to do it if you want that to appear in the channel/query window. I'll just copy that here and show an edited version of it..

Code:
ON ^*:TEXT:*:*:{ 
  if ($nick == NICK1 || $nick == NICK2 || $nick == NICK3) { echo -tml $iif(#,#,$nick) >= < $+ $nick $+ > $1- }
  haltdef
}


Replace the NICK1, NICK2, NICK3 with the nick(s) that you want to all have the same character(s). Add more or less nicks as needed. That shows how it would look for 3. Then, change the >= characters to whatever you want them to be and add any colors/etc that you might want. Note that you can put them inside the <>'s as well (It would look like <>= $+ $nick $+ >). If you leave it as-is, you'd see:

>= <NICK1> Hello

On the otherhand, if you want it to appear in the nicklist (you didn't say one way or the other), you'd have to use a DLL as I mentioned. You can look up nicklust.dll on google and I'm sure there are forums for that DLL that will be able to teach you how to set it up. The nicklist can't be changed in that way using just a normal script without making use of a DLL.


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Re: Signs infront of choosen nicks [Re: Riamus2] #219642 23/03/10 08:33 PM
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That's it, thank you very much.

I'd be very thankful if you tell me where to paste the code.

I have 5 tabs in the scripts editor, am bit confused now.

Re: Signs infront of choosen nicks [Re: bwuser] #219643 23/03/10 09:05 PM
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i prefer to use $istok
Code:
on ^*:text:*:*:{
  if ($istok(NICK1.NICK2.NICK3,$nick,46)) echo -tml $iif(#,#,$nick) >= $+(<,$nick,>) $1-
  haltdef
}

and you put it into remote Alt+R


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Re: Signs infront of choosen nicks [Re: chacha] #219644 23/03/10 09:14 PM
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Yeah, $istok's better. Didn't think of it at the time.


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Re: Signs infront of choosen nicks [Re: Riamus2] #219645 23/03/10 09:19 PM
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Thanks guys, that's exactly what I needed.