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Where it is msg # under the JSONOpen? Change that to $1?

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I added a fixed script to my previous post smile

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It's still not displaying the message. I waited an hour. frown

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Are you trying to get this to trigger using the same client its running on?


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I went to my chat and typed !viewerupdate it says "viewer update has been started" and then it doesn't display any message after 60 seconds in my chat.

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Every time I do !viewerupdate, mIRC becomes completely unresponsive. It didn't do this with the other script, I don't understand what is going on. I even moved mIRC to another computer and still the same results. Please help frown Currently this is the only script that works, but it doesn't display the follower count.


Code:
on *:text:*:#: {
  if ($strip($1) == !viewerupdate) {
    if ($strip($2) == $null) {
set %viewerschan $chan
      msg $chan Viewer Update Has Been Started 
      .timer.update 0 60 sayviewers $chan intellibot_v2.0 nightbot wizebot
    }
    if ($strip($2) == off) {
      msg $chan Viewer Update has been stopped
      .timer.update off
    }
  }
}

alias sayviewers {
  set %viewers $nick($1,0)
  var %v = 1
  while (%v <= $nick($1,0)) {
    if ($istok($2-,$nick($1,%v),32)) {
      dec %viewers 1
    }
    inc %v
  }
  JSONOpen -ud followcount https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/channels/ $+ $mid(#, 2-)
  msg $1 Stream update for $remove(#,$chr(35)) followers: $json(followcount, followers) Viewers: %viewers
}

on *:part:#: {
if ($chan == %viewerschan) {
if ($timer(.update)) {
.timer.update off
}
}
}




This script displays the follower count.

Code:

on *:text:*:#: {
  if ($strip($1) == !streamstatus) {
    if ($strip($2) == $null) {
      sayviewers $chan vector_bot nightbot wizebot

    }
  }
}

alias sayviewers {
  set %viewers $nick($1,0)
  var %v = 1
  while (%v <= $nick($1,0)) {
    if ($istok($2-,$nick($1,%v),32)) {
      dec %viewers 1
    }
    inc %v
    }
  JSONOpen -ud followcount https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/channels/ $+ $mid(#, 2-)
  msg $1 Stream status for $remove(#,$chr(35)) followers: $json(followcount, followers) Viewers: %viewers
}



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I have been trying to figure out this all night. I have came to the conclusion (is this possible) when I execute the command without the timer, it is parsing JSON, but when I do it through the timer, it is only displaying the message without parsing JSON. Could this be the case, does anyone have any idea? The current script works and stops when the streamer leaves. It's just the follower count that doesn't work.

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I had a few typo's in my script.

Here's an update:
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on $*:text:/^!viewerupdate(\s|$)/Si:#: {
  if (!$istwitch) { return }
  if ($2- == off && $nick isop # && $timer(FollowerUpdate $+ $cid $+ #)) {
    $+(.timerFollowerUpdate, $cid, #) off
    msg # Viewer update has been stopped
  }
  elseif ($0 == 1) {
    msg $chan Viewer Update Has Been Started 
    $+(.timerFollowerUpdate, $cid, #) 1 60 sayviewers # intellibot_v2.0 nightbot wizebot
  }
}
on *:part:#: {
  if (!$istwitch) { return }
  if ($mid(#, 2-) == $nick && $timer(FollowerUpdate $+ $cid $+ #)) {
    $+(.timer, $v1) off
  }
}
alias sayviewers {
  if (!$istwitch) { return }
  var %i = 1, %v = 0
  while (%i <= $nick($1, 0)) {
    if (!$istok($2-, $nick($1, %i), 32)) {
      inc %v
    }
    inc %i
  }
  JSONOpen -ud followcount https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/channels/ $+ $mid($1, 2-)
  msg $1 Stream update, followers: $json(followcount, followers) Viewers: %v
  $+(.timerFollowerUpdate, $cid, $1) 1 60 sayviewers $1-
}
alias -l isTwitch return $iif($status == connected && $regex($server, /^(?:tmi|irc)\.twitch\.tv$/i), $true, $false)


And here is the output:


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Thank you so much! It works great! I appreciate your time and patience with me. Have a good day!

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Quick question, how would I increase the time to 30 minutes instead of 60 seconds? Would I put it place of where ever 1 60 are?

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replace the 60 with the number of SECONDS. so instead of
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timer... 1 60 ...


you'd have the following for 30 minutes
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timer... 1 1800 ...


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It's not updating the follower count, I still have to restart mIRC in order to get it to update. Also it's not the excluding the channel. frown

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Well never mind, it's not updating the follower count even when I restart mIRC anymore.

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Update, I have to restart the computer in order for it to update now. Is there anyway to refresh this so I don't have to restart the computer?

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as far as I've tested, it should continue to update unless it encounters an error. To restart the update process, use !viewerupdate again

Just to make sure, you do have the json parser from my signature installed aswell, correct?

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How do I install that? No I don't.

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Never mind, I just installed it. Testing it now.

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Just to make sure I am installing this correctly, I go to file, then new and copy and paste the JSON parser into there correct?

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Ok the script works but it is still not excluding the channel. It still counts the channel as a viewer. I installed the JSON parser and everything works as it should, it updates and everything.

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so you want to ignore both a list of bots, and the streamer?


If that is the case:
Code:
on $*:text:/^!viewerupdate(\s|$)/Si:#: {
  if (!$istwitch) { return }
  if ($2- == off && $nick isop # && $timer(FollowerUpdate $+ $cid $+ #)) {
    $+(.timerFollowerUpdate, $cid, #) off
    msg # Viewer update has been stopped
  }
  elseif ($0 == 1) {
    msg $chan Viewer Update Has Been Started 
    $+(.timerFollowerUpdate, $cid, #) 1 60 sayviewers # intellibot_v2.0 nightbot wizebot
  }
}
on *:part:#: {
  if (!$istwitch) { return }
  if ($mid(#, 2-) == $nick && $timer(FollowerUpdate $+ $cid $+ #)) {
    $+(.timer, $v1) off
  }
}
alias sayviewers {
  if (!$istwitch) { return }
  var %i = 1, %v = 0, %ignore = $mid($1-,2-)
  while (%i <= $nick($1, 0)) {
    if (!$istok(%ignore, $nick($1, %i), 32)) {
      inc %v
    }
    inc %i
  }
  JSONOpen -ud followcount https://api.twitch.tv/kraken/channels/ $+ $mid($1, 2-)
  msg $1 Stream update, followers: $json(followcount, followers) Viewers: %v
  $+(.timerFollowerUpdate, $cid, $1) 1 60 sayviewers $1-
}
alias -l isTwitch return $iif($status == connected && $regex($server, /^(?:tmi|irc)\.twitch\.tv$/i), $true, $false)

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