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Re: join #1,000 #10,000 #100,000 #68037 17/01/04 05:58 PM
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When doesn't it work? I've never found myself in such situation..


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Re: join #1,000 #10,000 #100,000 #68038 18/01/04 07:20 AM
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It works that way all the time here.

Re: join #1,000 #10,000 #100,000 #68039 19/01/04 10:24 AM
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According to RFC 2812, IRC servers are supposed to interpret joining 0 (not #0) as parting all channels. This is not a client feature, which can be seen by looking at mIRC's debug output; mIRC doesn't send a part message, it sends "JOIN 0". Commas separate channel names in a join message, so the second channel name in JOIN #1,000 is 000.

Re: join #1,000 #10,000 #100,000 #68040 19/01/04 05:51 PM
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so why not fix it then?

Re: join #1,000 #10,000 #100,000 #68041 19/01/04 05:59 PM
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There.. Is.. Nothing.. To.. Fix...

The... observed... behavior... is... intended...

People..... need..... to..... read..... harder.....


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Re: join #1,000 #10,000 #100,000 #68042 19/01/04 07:42 PM
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Quote:

Iori: It does to an extent. If you click on "#somechan,0" or "#somechan,#another" you will only join #somechan.


I was actually basis that post off what Iori said. The fact that clicking on the #1,0 will join 0 also, just $comechan,0 will join #somechan. I was testing it out, and the only reason it works is because most users tend to click a link in the cente. Being there is a 0 in the center of the link, it joins the 000 side fo the comma. (#1,000)


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Re: join #1,000 #10,000 #100,000 #68043 19/01/04 08:01 PM
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Well it doesn't join 0 also.. actually here it doesn't join any other channel than the first one specified.


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Re: join #1,000 #10,000 #100,000 #68044 19/01/04 08:14 PM
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Quote:
The fact that clicking on the #1,0 will join 0 also
It doesn't.
It ALWAYS joins the first channel listed (based on the comma as delimiter) just as I said, and as you quoted,
If you click on #1,0 you will join #1, if you click on #1,000 you will join #1 - no matter where on the string you click.

NEVER will mIRC join "000" from a double click, unless you have scripted #channel hotlinks, in which case it is not mIRCs fault.

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