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commands? #36180 14/07/03 02:42 AM
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ok...now i have seen that there are hidden thing in mirc like /registration....is there a complete list of all mirc stuff?

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Re: commands? #36181 14/07/03 03:26 AM
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there are a lot of "easter eggs" in mirc, like I would like to know what the servers:
irc.demon.co.uk:6667 and
stork.doc.ic.ac.uk:6667 (#mirc) are for. Maybe perhaps Khaled's own personal testing servers?

Also what happened (if anything) on Wed, January 28 1995 (3:11) >:D


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Re: commands? #36182 14/07/03 04:36 AM
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what do u mean by that date?

Re: commands? #36183 14/07/03 04:45 AM
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things i found in tribes while in the resource viewer. I was copying the mirc toolbar's bmp and decided to look through the dialogs to see if i've see them all and found text ids with these values and was just curious. >:D The servers came from the "would u like to connect" dialog after you click an IRC:// link, and the dat came from.... well i forget, but from some dialog.


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demom.co.uk is an ISP in England, my guess is that irc.demon.co.uk would be an IRC network or server they host.
AS for the date, perhaps that is when Khaled began working on mIRC for the first time. The first public release was in February 1995.

Re: commands? #36186 14/07/03 09:56 PM
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sounds logical to me...


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