You have probably a custom alias named join, that somehow messes it up, it is also called when you doubleclick on channels in whois info or use /j. Try /[color:red]!join #blablăbla[/color] and see if that works. If it does, you can do //!echo -s file: $isalias(join).fname ; first line:$isalias(join).alias to trace it down in your remote files and change or remove it.
Re: input language or whatever#9001611/07/0412:52 PM
Well, there should be a space before $isalias(join).alias, but since the fname doesn't return anything, it's not what I hoped it would be. I assume that /!join #blă doesn't work either. Well, I'm out of options really, maybe try /!raw JOIN #blăblă ?
Re: input language or whatever#9002111/07/0404:58 PM