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/echo -eg bug #75937 20/03/04 05:54 PM
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As we know /echo -e adds line separators around echoed line and -g prevents the line from being logged. Using both (-eg)mIRC still writes a single line separator (default: '-') to the logfile . Of course this doesn't happen when logging is turned off. smile

Re: /echo -eg bug #75938 21/03/04 02:34 AM
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Nice find for sure!


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Re: /echo -eg bug #75939 21/03/04 09:02 AM
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I tried /echo -eg again in command line and it actually writes both line separators ('-') to log file with -eg options. I'm sure I got only one yesterday when /echo -eg was in script. Odd...