Nor would have I. That was a gnarly tip, Loki.
I wonder how easy/difficult it would be to establish an official mIRC documentation wiki whose backend software could dump (export) the whole thing to a mirc.chm file upon demand. It could start out by having mirc.chm's present contents imported into it. From then on, it would be edited by Khaled and other mSL experts alike. And with a "take snapshot and compile to mirc.chm" download link, people could take/download snapshots (including Khaled, for producing each release's official mirc.chm file). As wonderful as mirc.chm is compared to the sparse documentation afforded by most software, there is much obscure knowledge floating around that isn't in it.