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Posted By: russkris22

n00b all over - 18/10/08 04:53 AM

Hello..

Over the last few months i have been getting use to using mIRC.

I was wondering.. Can anyone tell me how people get this different scripts.. Like the slap one, I am sick of read I have slapped someone with a trout... yawn...LOL''

Is there anyway I can change it or add a new one or something.

Takes to long to use the /me command

Anyways.. I am using mIRC 6.32
Posted By: sparta

Re: n00b all over - 18/10/08 09:28 AM

A easy thing to do, ether you can search for it, one site that you maybe want to look at: here

or you can add them your self. Alt + R in mirc open up the script editor, use the tab popups, there go to view nick list, and add what you want there.

My slap:{ me slaps $1 around with a smelly fish }

$1 return the nick you highlighted in the nick list, or you can do:

My next slap:{ me slaps $1 around a bit with $?="What do you slap $1 with?" }

hope this help you a bit on your way smile
Posted By: russkris22

Re: n00b all over - 19/10/08 12:15 AM

Hello.. Thanks for your reply...

I am not quite sure how to add it
do I just put this
me slaps $1 around with a smelly fish

do i need a /

and would I just right click the name and slap?

Sorry for the questions.

and what does this one do
me slaps $1 around a bit with $?="What do you slap $1 with?"
Posted By: sparta

Re: n00b all over - 19/10/08 09:15 AM

You need to right click yes. I make you one example.

Name of the slap:{ me slaps $1 around a bit with this example text. }

That goes in to your popup nick list, place it where you like in there. If you done it right the text "Name of the slap" should appear in the nick list, and you should be able to slap someone with the text

slaps russkris22 around a bit with this example text.

and the / aren't needed in the popups/remotes/aliases .

This make it possible for you to type in what you slap with on the fly. But you need to name the slap in the popups

Custom:{ me slaps $1 around a bit with $?="What do you slap $1 with?" }
Posted By: russkris22

Re: n00b all over - 19/10/08 10:33 PM

OK.. Looks like I am a idiot..
But this is what I have done and it isn't in the nick list right click
Posted By: sparta

Re: n00b all over - 19/10/08 10:55 PM

that looks like the status windows popup, you should look at View, at the top of the editor, then browse down to Nick list instead smile
Posted By: nsohbet

Re: n00b all over - 20/10/08 12:44 PM

try to look mirc editor > popups > nick list
i'm using that:

-
Slap!:/me slaps $$1 around a bit with a large trout
UnixManual:/me slaps $$1 around with 50lb Unix Manual

cool
Posted By: russkris22

Re: n00b all over - 21/10/08 02:47 AM

I see now..Awesome....

So can I add colour and images? you know small smileys etc

EDIT: Also, whats the difference between 1 dollar sign{$) and 2 dollar signs($)
Posted By: RusselB

Re: n00b all over - 21/10/08 04:04 AM

Colours, limited to the 16 colours as displayed using Alt+K can be used, but images, to my knowledge, can not. Therefore smileys, such as smile can't be used, but a text similar smilie, such as (-: can

The difference between $ and $$ is that with $1 it's possible for the script to run even though information from $1 might not be available. Using the $$ forces mIRC to ensure that the information is available, otherwise the code doesn't run.
Posted By: billythekid

Re: n00b all over - 21/10/08 05:21 AM

ut oh, and another scripter is born...

cool
Posted By: russkris22

Re: n00b all over - 22/10/08 09:09 AM

Wicked.. Thanks..

Umm I am connected to OGameNet.

How do I get another channel that I can t find, all the info I have is
cruncher-junkies on IRC @ dalnet.
Posted By: RusselB

Re: n00b all over - 22/10/08 12:40 PM

You have to connect to the DalNet network first.
If you want to maintain your current connection, type /server -m irc.dalnet.com
Aftter connecting to DalNet type /list to get a list of channels available, or type /j <channel name> if you already know it.
Posted By: sparta

Re: n00b all over - 22/10/08 09:34 PM

Originally Posted By: RusselB
but images, to my knowledge, can not.

Yes you can, use a alias, then call it and replace it with the icon you want to see, but it's limited for you, no one else in the channel are able to see it..
alias smile {
return bla bla bla
}

and so on. seen it in other scripts, but i think it just looks messy, if i want that type of smileys, then i use msn whistle
Posted By: sparta

Re: n00b all over - 22/10/08 09:44 PM

from the help file:

The double $$ means that this command will only be executed if a parameter is specified. If you specify only one parameter in the above command it will not be executed. You can also do $$?1 or $?1 which means try to fill this value with parameter one if it exists. If parameter one doesn't exist, ask for it. In the first case the parameter is necessary for the command to be executed, in the second case it isn't.
Posted By: russkris22

Re: n00b all over - 24/10/08 11:35 PM

Wicked... OK.. I got to the channel.
OK. something wierd happens..
I type this in
/server -m irc.dalnet.com

and it connects to the dalnet.com
but then mIRC proceeds to open the same channels I have open on ogamenet.
and I am the only on there...Hmmm

OK so I have found the channel I was trying to access, and I forgot the #
Posted By: Wims

Re: n00b all over - 25/10/08 12:19 AM

Quote:
but then mIRC proceeds to open the same channels I have open on ogamenet.
Go to mirc option, type alt + o > IRC and uncheck rejoin channel on connect
Posted By: russkris22

Re: n00b all over - 25/10/08 03:34 AM

I tried that and the result is the same.. whatever channels I have open on the OGameNET server.. When I join the dalnet server, it automatically creates exactly the same channels I have open on OGameNET
Posted By: CtrlAltDel

Re: n00b all over - 25/10/08 03:57 PM

It sounds like you have those channels in your favorites, and have them as join on connect, but do not have a network selected.

If this is true, in favorites, simply click edit, click Add (under network) and add ogamenet.
Posted By: russkris22

Re: n00b all over - 01/11/08 10:22 PM

I dont know whats going on.. I have given up.. I just close them...

So what do I need to do to add that server and channel open when I open mIRC
Posted By: Tomzo

Re: n00b all over - 05/11/08 03:08 PM

You could use an on *:Start: { script, which will b executed when you run mIRC.
Add the following script into your remotes (alt + r):

Code:
on *:start: { server irc.dalnet.com -j #cruncher-junkies }


That means that when mIRC loads, The command /server irc.dalnet.com -j #cruncher-junkies will be performed, and you will connect to the server and join the channel.
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