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Every time I join a channel, mIRC does /names and shows me every user in the channel. I REALLY could live without that, but I just can't figure out how to make it stop doing it.


To be honest, not sure if it is mIRC or OmegaScript that guilty of this. I tried googling around, but I always get unrelated results, so I figured I'd see if you guys could help me out.

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mIRC by default shouldn't do this. I would definitely lean towards a script doing it. So you might need to track down some help on that script.


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Assuming its mIRC: Tools -> Options -> IRC -> Options -> [uncheck] Nicks on join -> OK


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Originally Posted By: KindOne
Assuming its mIRC: Tools -> Options -> IRC -> Options -> [uncheck] Nicks on join -> OK



Already unchecked, guess it is OmegaScript then.

Too bad OmegaScript's forum and everything is dead. Ugh, guess I have to keep trying on my own then.

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Search your script files for "names", comment out the line.


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Also make shure you dont got a raw script, this numbers is something you can search for in your scripts:

raw *:

If you find it, use the #group to turn it off

#raw off
raw *:
#raw end

You need to include all the code. But this maybe will make your script broken.

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No raw scripts to be found.

Only place I've yet to remove names from in the script files is from popups.ini

It looks like this:

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[mpopup]
n0=Server
n1=.Lusers:/lusers
n2=.Motd:/motd
n3=.Time:/time
n4=Names
n5=.#mIRC:/names #mirc
n6=.#irchelp: /names #irchelp
n7=.names ?:/names #$$?="Enter a channel name:"


Maybe one of them, or is it for defining something?

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You using "OmegaScript" and that must have something in it that display the names to you, a clean mirc will not show you that information without a code.


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Popups is for your menus and don't run on their own. So it won't be the popups that are causing the problem.


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Originally Posted By: welp
Every time I join a channel, mIRC does /names and shows me every user in the channel.

Every time you join a channel, the IRC server automatically sends you the names list of the channel. This is part of the IRC protocol, and there is nothing that mIRC can do to stop this. So searching for a /names command in your scripts will not help at all.

By default, mIRC hides these incoming names lists on join, and this can be controlled by the option that KindOne mentioned. If that option has no effect for you, it is most definitely your script catching and reporting the names list entries. You could search for "raw 353:" in your script to find the code doing this. As sparta said, messing with the code may break the script; it is best to find the line actually printing the names within code, and disable out just that part. Individual script commands can be disabled by prefixing them with a semicolon; this will turn them into comments.

I would take a quick look but it appears that OmegaScript only comes as an installer executable..


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7zip will unpack executables for you


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I'm highly considering just removing it all and doing a clean install of mIRC without OmegaScript.

Thanks for the assistance anyway.


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