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quit and ctcp Replies . #58396 30/10/03 03:40 AM
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ok I know there is a quit message thing and I have used it but some times it dosent work. so then i created a variable %dirclogo bla bla bla made by D and I put that in my quit message thing and that worked for a long time but some times it dosent is there a way to add it into the remote script so when i quit or get disconnected it showes up? and is there a way to add a custom ctcp reply in there to so it shows the same thing. (ps. sorry if i sound dumb right now ^_^) thanks -DeathfireD-


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Re: quit and ctcp Replies . #58397 30/10/03 07:39 AM
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Quit msgs always show up when you quit manually, but never when you get disconnected. On a dc, the reason will be your quit message.


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Re: quit and ctcp Replies . #58398 30/10/03 07:45 PM
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so it would be on *:exit:#: and what would i put here?
what about a ctcp reply?


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Re: quit and ctcp Replies . #58399 30/10/03 08:01 PM
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on *:CTCPREPLY:*: {
what to happen
}

uhum. now when i read i dont know if you want to get a CTCP reply or send one :tongue:

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