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ON QUIT MESSAGE #48397 10/09/03 09:02 AM
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Hey how do you make an on quit message (without using the one in options), i think it may be different in 6.1.

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on ^*:quit:{ if ($nick == $me) { quit something ? | halt } }


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Re: ON QUIT MESSAGE #48398 10/09/03 09:38 AM
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On QUIT only triggers after you actually quit.

If you want to script your own custom/ random quit message, your best bet is to place a custom identifier into your Quit Message field under IRC > Messages.
Put this code in your Aliases or Remotes:

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Alias QuitMsg {
  return $read -n quitmsg.txt
}

Then use $quitmsg as your Quit Message.
Alternatly, you could simply put $read -n quitmsg.txt as your Quit Message, too.

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Re: ON QUIT MESSAGE #48399 10/09/03 09:43 AM
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I was actually using that, but i remember once on a previous version i was using a script with haltdef etc. i just cant remember how I did it before...

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Re: ON QUIT MESSAGE #48400 10/09/03 09:43 AM
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In addition to what Raccoon said, you can use a variable instead of an identifier.