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wot is the command 2 register wiv Q #82823 12/05/04 05:14 PM
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wots the command 2 register wiv Q and also wot is the command 2 auth wiv Q automaticly when u go on irc? frown

Re: wot is the command 2 register wiv Q #82824 12/05/04 06:40 PM
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Hi there smile

Q is not related to mIRC. mIRC is a chat client that connects you to IRC (where all the chatting etc. takes place). IRC comprises of many networks - some have Services (such as Q, or L, or ChanServ and so on), and some do not.

If you are talking about the Quakenet Q bot, then you might want to read the Q FAQ posted on Quakenet's website. The website for the network you use is always the best place to start when wanting help with something that is network related and not mIRC-related. You may also be interested to know that Quakenet have a "lightweight" channel service bot named 'L' which is meant to deal with smaller, newer channels - see the L FAQ.

Automatically AUTHing with Q is however an mIRC related issue as you need to set mIRC to do it. There are two methods you can use to do this:

1) Use the mIRC Perform section. The Perform section will 'perform' commands as you connect. Simply go to:

ALT+O > Connect > Options > [Perform]

..and put in the Q auth command in the box. You can then click 'OK' and type /perform on when in mIRC (or before clicking 'OK' check the box at the top of the dialog). If you go to several networks you can set different commands for different networks. Simply click on the word 'Add' and choose a network from the list. The network name will then be put into the dropdown menu list, where you can choose a network and put the commands in the box...that way, you may only AUTH with Q when you go on Quakenet rather than if you connect to any network. Also see /help perform.

2) You can use mIRC scripting to also perform commands when you connect to a certain network. To access your Remotes dialog press ALT+R. Make a new file (File > New) and put this inside it:

on *:connect:{
if ($network == QuakeNet) {
msg Q@CServe.quakenet.org AUTH username password
}
}

Replace username and password with your actual Q username/pass. Also see /help on connect. Remember, you do not need to use both methods.

If you're not using Quakenet, then search Google for the network's website and see if you can obtain help there. Alternatively, go to the #Help channel on the network and ask them.

Hope this helps, and happy chattin' smile

Regards,


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