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#236147 06/02/12 03:07 PM
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It's okay that you can't block the default CTCP VERSION reply using /haltdef, but one should be able to theme the text of a received CTCP VERSION, which includes halting the text. Right now, the latter is not possible.

Code:
(14:17:54) (ctcp) by (peer) to (#msl on SwiftIRC)  (VERSION)
(14:17:54) [@peer:#msl VERSION]


To exclude a mistake in my script: other CTCPs work correctly.

Code:
(16:09:02) (ctcp) by (Nilly) on (SwiftIRC)  (PING) 1328540939

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To protect the author of this software, and help the support team online verify a correct version, do NOT count on this ever changing.


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From what I'm getting he doesn't want to change or block the version reply. Just be able to block the message that you've been versioned so he could replace it with his own.

Which doesn't seem like a bad request at all. Since as you can see in his paste, there are two messages. The default one that can't be blocked and his custom one. I have the same problem also.


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pball, thanks, I was miss-reading what he wanted, thanks for the clarifcation.


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