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PNP ALTS ? #58410 30/10/03 08:26 AM
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ytytyt Offline OP
Pikka bird
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With the departure of PAI and the new version of mIRC, and remaining vulerability.
I am considering using another script,
I need a solid script that, is current, such as PNP and found no alts.
I have my own small script I have written & use,
[It's weak and mostly for fun.]
& hardly compares to PNPs' basis.

I need the chan control and non lameness and mass self promoting, configurable and functional. [themes &or engine a + too.]
My friends complain PNP bugs on the latest version of mIRC and live w/ it, I'd rather not, or do that much doctoring to remedy any of those issues.
I've read rumors of a new beta for PNP, but w/o the actual creators'
input?, I am not as confident in it's use.
[if it ever materializes, no offense.]

Any helpful suggestions would be appreciated,

Thanks.




"ytytyt = a lamers' version of asdf"
Re: PNP ALTS ? #58411 30/10/03 04:33 PM
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LocutusofBorg Offline
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All I have is a few suggestions you should stay far away from:

Polaris IRC
ScoopScript
MurderScript
Excursion
Invision
WWF Script
CoOlMiRc
OrbitScript

This due to excessive spamming, abusiveness, backdoors, general lameness. Note that there are many other scripts out there that are unsafe for use. these are just the ones that come to mind.


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Re: PNP ALTS ? #58412 30/10/03 09:47 PM
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I can't take credit for this, found it a while back, but I also like pnp and this has helped alot.
to fix this properly

mirc/script/first.mrc

replace line 258 : mkdir SCRIPT\TEMP | mkdir CONFIG | mkdir THEMES

with : if !$isdir(SCRIPT\TEMP) { mkdir SCRIPT\TEMP } | if !$isdir(CONFIG) { mkdir CONFIG } | if !$isdir(THEMES) { mkdir THEMES }

Hope it helps!