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New switches for $input: maroon 13 hours ago

1. Extend 'b' to 'b[N]' which allows optionally specifying the number of seconds to disable the buttons, with the default for 'b' remaining 1 second. A reasonable max seconds could be enforced if that would be appropriate. b0 would clear the keyboard input buffer as 'b' currently does, without any delay.

2. New switch 'F[N]' or similar which allows you to set Focus for which button activates when the spacebar or <enter> is pressed. 'F' or 'F0' would cause none of the buttons to have the focus, 'F1' and 'F2' would be 1st and 2nd buttons respectively. Any N greater than the number of visible buttons would be same as 'F0'. If is easier to have the N be required with 'F', that's fine.

These would allow making sure the user has more than 1 second to read an important prompt message before responding.
Also allows changing the default action away from the 1st button
Also allows requires something more than spacebar or <enter> to trigger a reply
Also allows ignoring the existing contents of the keyboard input buffer without a delay.

sendkeys shows that in the absence of the 'b' switch, $input currently behaves like clicking on YES when there's a spacebar or <enter> already in the keyboard buffer.

Code
//sendkeys $({,0) $(},0) | echo -a noop $input(test1,y) | echo -a noop $input(test2,y)
//sendkeys ~             | echo -a noop $input(test1,y) | echo -a noop $input(test2,y)



'b5' would allow 5 seconds for reading the prompt before accepting keyboard or mouse input. 'F0' would move the focus away from any of the buttons, requiring a <tab> before the spacebar or <enter> would activate a button.
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Feature Suggestions Jump to new posts
collapsible if|else|elseif statements in editor kap 19/08/19 10:14 AM
Is it possible to (un)collapse entire if|else|elseif statements in the scripts editor so that it makes it easier working with large blocks of code?

Maybe any block of code...

I usually find myself porting code to and from an editor that can do this and even then I find the process cumbersome.


Edit: sorry, thread already exists...

https://forums.mirc.com/ubbthreads....tor-collapsible-code-sections#Post265481
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Feature Suggestions Jump to new posts
Remove <> around nick afterdeck 17/08/19 11:34 AM
Hopefully trivial one, is it possible to make guillemets around nicks optional?

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mIRC Help Jump to new posts
mIRC Help in Spanish exeCutive 15/08/19 11:55 PM
Hello everyone

Does the mirc help file exist in Spanish??

regards
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Latest News Jump to new posts
mIRC 7.57 released Khaled 25/07/19 12:48 PM
Dear mIRC User,

mIRC v7.57 has been released today.

This is a small update that addresses a number of issues reported by users since the last release. It includes improvements, changes and fixes to a number of features, including:

Fixed OpenSSL issue that was causing R6034 error on startup for some users.
Updated OpenSSL library to v1.1.1c.
Changed /url, /run, and other features to use alternative method to open links.
Fixed STS/SSL server/port parsing bug.
Fixed handling of 64bit timestamp value for several features.
Changed $crc() to use larger read buffer with files to improve speed.
Fixed script parser bug that caused binary variables to be unset in some contexts.

How to upgrade?
mIRC is distributed in an installer that installs mIRC on your computer for you. Simply download and run the installer from the download page on the mIRC website. Follow the instructions the installer gives to you. When upgrading all your old settings and scripts will stay as they were, if you want that. Read the questions the installer asks with care and nothing can go wrong. You will be chatting with the new mIRC in no time. If you get stuck or if you want to find out more about a certain feature, just click on a Help button or browse the Help file and you should find lots of hints to help you out.

Where to download?
As always, the latest version of mIRC can be downloaded from the download page on the mIRC website.

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Full list of Fixes, Changes and Additions.
For a more detailed list of recent changes, please see the whatsnew.txt file. You will need to read through the help file to learn more about these changes and their impact. Some changes are obvious, some need getting used to - please take your time to play with them and see how they work. May we invite you to use these forums for all questions you might have? The forums offer great help with everything related to mIRC!

Thanks for using mIRC, have fun on IRC!
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