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Halfop #2327 18/12/02 12:54 AM
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Now I know mIRC supports halfops just fine, but I would like to see ON HELP, and ON DEHELP renamed ON HALFOP, and ON DEHALFOP. I've yet to see a single server that refers to +h as 'helper', they all call it halfop. I wouldn't remove ON HELP/ON DEHELP, keep it for backwards compatibility, but I would add the ON HALFOP and ON DEHALFOP.

Re: Halfop #2328 18/12/02 04:12 AM
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Yeah, same. HELP/DEHELP don't really catch your eye when you're skimming the help file for halfop info.


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Re: Halfop #2329 18/12/02 11:18 AM
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Yup I'm Agree with you guy
cos if my user ask "there is any help for halfop?"
sometime i can explain it crazy


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Re: Halfop #2330 18/12/02 01:25 PM
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HalfOp Information:
When you see "%" (+h) in front of a nick name that means the person is an "helper" of the particular channel they are in, +h means he/she is HelpOp and he/she has privileges to kick and ban a person (except Ops), set the topic and so on.
Note: The HalfOp mode is not supported by all IRCd's (networks). You will have to check the network for it.


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Re: Halfop #2331 18/12/02 10:21 PM
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Also just looking over the helpfile, calling it 'help' makes it confusing. "This triggers when a user with access level 9 is opped/voiced/helped on any channel." When a user is helped? Does that mean that in a support channel, a user that is currently being helped should be set +h? Because thats the way it makes it sound...

In any case, Merlin where did you get that quote from?

Re: Halfop #2332 19/12/02 02:13 AM
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+h is for the user who helps, not the person being helped smile

+h is not supported on Undernet, unless I missed it in the protocol it's not a standard mode either

Re: Halfop #2333 19/12/02 11:21 AM
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I also think it should be "HalfOp".
Personally, i had no idea that helper = halfop wink

tom420:

So, we shouldn't use it cause it's not in some outdated RFC? wink
Many IRCds supports it, even the newest Hybrid (EFnet's IRCd).

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/quote help cmode

cmode +h - 'Half-op'. This will allow a user to set all of the above
cmode modes, (and some more below..), whilst stopping the user
cmode from doing harm to the channel. Users who are +h CANNOT
cmode kick opped (+o) users, or set modes +h/-h/+o/-o.
cmode


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Re: Halfop #2335 20/12/02 11:33 AM
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ON *:HELP:*:{ .signal HALFOP $chan $nick $hnick }
ON *:DEHELP:*:{ .signal DEHALFOP $chan $nick $hnick }
ON *:SIGNAL:HALFOP:{ ...script... }
ON *:SIGNAL:DEHALFOP:{ ...script... }

Problem solved. wink


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Re: Halfop #2336 20/12/02 01:21 PM
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to show your server is compatible +h or not just
/version and you'll see much spesifikation of that server


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Re: Halfop #2337 20/12/02 01:36 PM
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Or use $prefix

Re: Halfop #2338 20/12/02 02:19 PM
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yup
that's right monosex
//echo -a $prefix


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Re: Halfop #2339 20/12/02 09:41 PM
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yea but if you say $hnick is the user being helped... That sentence literally means it is a user who is being helped out. If you know $hnick is for +h then you're fine, but if you don't it can be confusing.