possible? /window -n doesnt seem to work
/showmirc -t (tray) or /showmirc -m (minimize according to tray settings)
Manipulates the display of the main mIRC window, where -n = minimize, -r = restore, -s = show, -t = tray, -x = maximize, -o = on top, -p = not on top, -m = minimize according to tray settings.
cool thanks, i searched b4 i posted but couldnt find anything