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translation #225828 10/09/10 08:42 PM
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hi,

I'm trying to translate my script.
How do i translate these lines:

Code:
* Attempting to rejoin channel
* Retrieving #channelname modes...
* No one in your notify list is on IRC
* Connecting to irc.servername.com (7000)


Can't find anything in raw.
Google doesn't help me much either.
Anyone any ideas?
Are there more of this kind of lines?
These lines i get the most haven't seen any others.

greetz,

Re: translation [Re: RiMaJoy] #225830 10/09/10 09:53 PM
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Try using /debug, it should show you which RAW numerics belong to those messages.


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/server -m irc.p2p-network.net -j #zomgwtfbbq
(ssl on port 6697 and 7000)
Re: translation [Re: RiMaJoy] #225833 10/09/10 11:01 PM
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Yeah, /debug @debug .

Those could be notices or snotice event.

Re: translation [Re: RiMaJoy] #225835 10/09/10 11:15 PM
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Originally Posted By: RiMaJoy
hi,

I'm trying to translate my script.
How do i translate these lines:

Code:
* Attempting to rejoin channel
* Retrieving #channelname modes...
* No one in your notify list is on IRC
* Connecting to irc.servername.com (7000)


Can't find anything in raw.
Google doesn't help me much either.
Anyone any ideas?
Are there more of this kind of lines?
These lines i get the most haven't seen any others.

greetz,


You can use /.hop, /.channel and /.server instead of /hop, /channel and /server to suppress the first, second and fourth message.

You could also write an alias to do it if the user enters it, for example:

alias channel {
/echo -ait * Retrieving $chan modes...
!.channel
}

Of course you need to add some safe checking, like check if the user actually is on a channel when using the command, or if the user enters a parameter (in which the settings for that channel are called upon. (FYI: You can simply enter ".channel" in the channel entry under Options, Mouse to prevent the line from appearing when the channel window is double clicked.

The 3rd one is a tad more tricky. I'm not sure if you can prevent mIRC default notify message from being displayed, though you could always write your own notify system. That's a bit of effort for just a translation, though.


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