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CTCP help #77635 03/04/04 02:35 AM
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Alright, I'm working on a script to replace the default CTCP message ((timestamp) [username ctcpmessage]) with my own custom one. And it's been working pretty good except it doesn't catch it all the time. What am I doing wrong, here's the debug script I made just to test.

Code:
ctcp *:*: {
  haltdef 
  echo no
}  


It looks like
(09:34:35) [SS VERSION]
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no

Re: CTCP help #77636 03/04/04 02:38 AM
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try

ctcp ^*:*: {
haltdef
echo no
}

the ^ is needed with haltdef in order to halt the default text smile


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Re: CTCP help #77637 03/04/04 02:39 AM
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I'm almost 100% sure ^ is not allowed in ctcp, but I'll give it a shot.
[Edit]
(09:40:24) [SS VERSION]
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no

No good, it still shows the default message
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Re: CTCP help #77638 03/04/04 02:43 AM
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stupid me, I glanced right over the VERSION aspect - no you cant hide it legally


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Re: CTCP help #77639 03/04/04 02:47 AM
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I'm not trying to hide it. I'm trying to replace the default text it outputs to the client that's being CTCP'ed with my own, It will still say CTCP nick version and it will still reply mIRC 6.14 Khaled Mardam-Bey

[Edit: to clearify that
instead of it printing (0:00:00) [Nickname CTCPMessage] I want to replace it with (0:00:00) CTCP: (CTCPMessage) from (Nickname)

Last edited by SS217; 03/04/04 02:53 AM.
Re: CTCP help #77640 03/04/04 02:54 AM
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For some reason Im blanking ATM. Im sure somebody'll be able to help


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Re: CTCP help #77641 03/04/04 11:42 AM
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/help /debug
the -i switch is what you're after :>


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