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SearchOok command - How can I restore it #263428
30/07/18 02:09 PM
30/07/18 02:09 PM
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Bayfia Offline OP
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Bayfia  Offline OP
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I had the @searchOok command until recently - now I can't make it work. Is there a Script that I download to use it?


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Re: SearchOok command - How can I restore it [Re: Bayfia] #263429
30/07/18 02:26 PM
30/07/18 02:26 PM
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Hello,

1. What @SearchOok command does?
2. Where exactly is the problem?
3. Can you provide images/videos to make us understand more about your problem?
4. What mIRC version you use?
5. If you have already a code that is that @searchOok think can you provide it to see for errors?

- Thanks!


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Re: SearchOok command - How can I restore it [Re: Bayfia] #263430
30/07/18 02:36 PM
30/07/18 02:36 PM
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I've only ever seen commands beginning with "@" to be something you type into a #channel which interacts with a script that someone *else* has which looks for someone typing a message beginning with that keyword. So can you confirm whether this is really a #channel message that begins with that keyword? If it's a command to call your own alias, you would be instead typing beginning with a forward slash, /NameOfCommand

By default, mIRC logs all channels, and even the status window, though you may have turned that off if the log files got too large. The location where mirc.ini is located possibly has a "log" subfolder containing log files which might show you typing such a message into a #channel window.