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disabling the * Loaded script script.mrc...

Posted By: mbot

disabling the * Loaded script script.mrc... - 19/01/04 11:57 AM

Hey.

When loading a file into mIRC it replys with * Loaded script script.mrc...
Been wondering if there is any way to disable this? Well, can this be done in the file that is loaded, so mIRC only echos the echo lines from the script and not the standard one?

Regards
Posted By: Doqnach

Re: disabling the * Loaded script script.mrc... - 19/01/04 12:44 PM

no, all those lines (just like * disconnected and such)
can NOT be halted in any way.

these messages are generated by mIRC and there is nothing you can do about it :-[
Posted By: mbot

Re: disabling the * Loaded script script.mrc... - 19/01/04 01:15 PM

Hey.

Okay. Thanks.

Regards
Posted By: KingTomato

Re: disabling the * Loaded script script.mrc... - 19/01/04 06:28 PM

That's not true. Like most commands, you can prefix it with a period(.) and it will not display the echo of its status.
Posted By: Doqnach

Re: disabling the * Loaded script script.mrc... - 19/01/04 07:02 PM

I stand corrected... but this does not count for all messages of this kind... some can't be halted...

like * Connecting to irc.foo.bar (6667)
Posted By: KingTomato

Re: disabling the * Loaded script script.mrc... - 19/01/04 07:37 PM

Quote:

Like most commands


Not to get picky, but note the mention of most. Additonally, "connecting" is not a command, it is an event. It is triggered when a connection occurs. Granted its usually triggered BECAUSE of a command, it is an event nonetheless.
Posted By: cold

Re: disabling the * Loaded script script.mrc... - 19/01/04 08:13 PM

No it's not an event, it's a command. Try "/server theresnoconnectionatall" and it will echo anyway, obviously with no connection being made. Actually it really doesn't matter when exactly that message appears, it's *attempting* to connect yet, therefore there could exist means to halt it from appearing as well (it's been suggested btw).
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