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How to disable scripts for different windows? #252768 10/05/15 06:49 AM
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So I have 2 different windows with different user log-ins and I don't need the script in the other window. If I do /remote off it will remove the script for both. And I don't want that. How do I make it do I just disable the other window. Thanks.

Re: How to disable scripts for different windows? [Re: Aaron128l] #252769 10/05/15 07:32 AM
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You can run two different copys of mirc, (copy mirc.ini to a new mirc folder). Or you can also make your script only to run if your nick == NICK.


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Re: How to disable scripts for different windows? [Re: sparta] #252798 12/05/15 02:32 AM
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Thank you very much. I also found you can right click the windows taskbar and select mIRC to open a new panel.