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Favorites menu storing channel keys and 0. #46687 03/09/03 12:58 AM
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The favorites menu stores all parameters you pass to /JOIN, including channel keys and '0' if you partall.

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Re: Favorites menu storing channel keys and 0. #46688 03/09/03 01:06 AM
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Also, if your channel contains & it doesnt display the actual & but underlines the next letter in the menu..

Re: Favorites menu storing channel keys and 0. #46689 03/09/03 01:13 AM
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Hmm, good observation.

That's just a facial blemish in the way menus work though.


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Re: Favorites menu storing channel keys and 0. #46690 03/09/03 06:10 PM
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Yeah, but I believe if you do like &&chan then it treats the & as the actual character, not as a special code.

Re: Favorites menu storing channel keys and 0. #46691 05/09/03 07:49 AM
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Additionally, I discovered why '0' is being stored, because I use it as a reserve character for channels that don't have keys, when I'm joining many channels.

Example:
/JOIN #chan1,#chan2,#chan3,#chan4 0,0,key3,0
...where #chan3 has the key 'key3'

I can only assume /JOIN 0 (ie, partall) will record '0' aswell.

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