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upredictable   -  12 days ago

i need script of welcome with hide commands i mean like slash commands which we can see at final satge like we type /salam it comes nick: says asalam o alaiakum can any one help me ?????

CrazyDriver   -  14 days ago

I need a little help please with a 'script'

on $*:TEXT:/^\s*\Wplayers?/Si:#: { 
  set -e %Players $chan

  sockclose hits
  sockopen hits 80

  $query = new SampQuery("", 7777);
  if ($query->connect()) {
    $aInformation = $query->getInfo();
    $aServerRules = $query->getRules();
    [ Server 1 (<?= htmlentities($aServerRules['mapname']) ?>, <?= $aServerRules['worldtime'] ?>) Players: <?= $aInformation['players'] ?>/<?= $aInformation['maxplayers'] ?> ]
    $query->close(); // Close the connection
    } else {
    echo "Server 1 did not respond!";

I am trying to get this to work with !players to show information from a SA-MP server as I have both the files linked to my server (website) but I don't think I have done this right,s o any help will be appreciated!


on $*:TEXT:/^\s*\Wplayers?/Si:#: { 
  set -e %Players $chan

  sockclose hits
  sockopen hits 80
on *:sockopen:hits: {
  sockwrite -n $sockname GET players.php HTTP/1.1
  sockwrite -n $sockname Host:
  sockwrite -n $sockname $crlf
on *:sockread:hits: {
  msg %Players 

I think this is something but i don't know if it's right? but keeps coming up with 'An Error Has Occured' so must be getting somewhere.

Thanks very much,


ernestoamigos   -  Jun 08, 2017

Hello guys i'm new here so if i'm not on the right place to post this, sorry. I need an IRC bot/script for :
I want to open multiple windows or multiple irc's with different users to join a channel and to spam a text that i've wrote.
I want to have something like button that i can click after that it popups small windows saying and i can type something like "hello it's me" and every account/nickname from the window to spam after the keyword an number between 11 and 150 randomized, is this even possible? or any other solution to that what i want? ... it will be very kind from someone to help me out ...thanks in advance.

Doggirl3   -  Jun 01, 2017

I found this site and the question marks on my laptop which is a chromebook c7 doesn't really help on filling the little boxes in it to get a rss made and working right. Can someone that is code savy understand what to fill in the boxes for me to make a html forum or any site that doesn't have rss work for me please? Thanks in advance. This is the site I am talking about:

sideeffect11   -  May 30, 2017

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dronez4   -  May 23, 2017

Hi guys i'm trying to figure something out but i cant find the right information for it
Lets say you got a server running
test1.exe (command prompt console)

and you got a command prompt
Is it possible to get this command prompt to type to test1.exe and initialise a command?

I would LOVE for someone to help me with this i been trying to figure it out for ages and i just cant

landyVr4   -  May 01, 2017

Okay, so I'm looking for a way to show what my internet radio is now playing through mIRC. I have thought of a timer that messages my channel either when the song changes or ever 3-4 minutes through Winamp. Or maybe reading what is now playing from the site. Whatever you can provide would be helpful and I would be very appreciative. Thanks!

Doggirl3   -  Apr 27, 2017

Is there a weather warning code that pops a weather warning in a chatroom? I hope there is.

Doggirl3   -  Apr 26, 2017

Is there a weather bot that does only weather warnings? It for a mirc chat room.

Fundamental   -  Apr 14, 2017

Can anyone make a trivia tcl for eggdrop like, after every 15 minutes bot show questions and hint and after 30 seconds its show the answer and than again next question show after 15 minutes keep playing trivia with that time period? and also make scores too can any help that make that code for trivia eggdrop?

[85]   -  Apr 02, 2017

On test #01: Clonex vs. BOPM

MrJ   -  Mar 09, 2017

My Crazy script LOL I am slowly adding to it.

ircdeLi   -  Feb 23, 2017

Hello friends. We are working on the development of mirc coding and irc servers as the biggest of the Turkish irc servers, and www.Sohbet.Net. We hope that you will reach out to the world's most valuable mirc coders and share their code on the Turkish platforms and review our codes to help each other and help us live mIRC. Today, almost every feature is encoded and we are looking for new ideas. We are very pleased if you can contact us for this reason.
Contact: & www.Sohbet.Net
Mail: help@sohbet.Net
Channel #Operhelp
Nick: OxiGen & deLi

Pawl   -  Feb 22, 2017

%Bandwidth = Bandwidth: $calc(%Bandwidth + $WbemGet(Win32_PerfRawData_Tcpip_NetworkInterface,CurrentBandwidth,2)/100000)
gives this reply
Network: / Bandwidth: 0KBps Received: 0B Sent: 0B Total: 0B
Hawkee script anyone have a solution?
I'm running windows 10 pro x64 if that matters my nic is an Intel(R) Ethernet Connection (2) I218-V newest driver

kibo   -  Feb 17, 2017
Iyouboushi   -  Feb 16, 2017

Hello everyone. Everyone who knows me knows that I'm big into programming various mIRC RPG bots. My current, and largest, Battle Arena ( is still going strong but I feel like it's reaching the end of its life in the way it is currently coded. Briefly I'll just say that everything is pretty static. There are pre-made weapons/items/equipment and while I could continue to add more manually I'm starting to think about the future.

I'm thinking of trying to make a Diablo style RPG bot where weapons and armor are randomly generated and dropped by the enemies. My problem is trying to figure out a good way of doing this. I feel like I could have templates and have the bot randomly pick a template and fill in various values based on the level of the player or the level of the battle but I feel like an armor/weapons database or player's character sheets would become really clogged over time. Not to mention there'd be a chance that the bot would randomly pick the same name and overwrite something.

The point of this thread is just to ask other mIRC scripters out there what kind of approach they would take to program something like this in mIRC. Any suggestions/ideas?

raccoon   -  Feb 09, 2017

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HeRiNo   -  Feb 06, 2017


who can make for me a new .seen script? Working on .seen and not on !seen. Its for on an Unreal server. The script should only be used by @ ops or higher. Working on mIRC, (is the latest version at the moment of writing this) Is this possible? We can talk about a reasonable fee.

Best Regards, HeRiNo.

Sperjump   -  Jan 27, 2017

function eventNewPlayer(playerName)

function eventKeyboard(playerName, keyCode, True, x, y)
if x ~= 0 and y ~= 0 then
tfm.exec.movePlayer(playerName, playerName.x, playerName.y, false, 0, -50, off)

for k,v in pairs( do

layarkaca21   -  Jan 10, 2017

Need some example implementation of google drive api within website, anyone?

Protheus   -  Jan 05, 2017

I need help creating a snippet for a bot that polls the ircd for uptime and displays it in the channel. Any help?

tiefutss   -  Dec 26, 2016

How do I use Sajoin to force $nick to join.. a channel named $nick?
ON *:JOIN:#: /sajoin $nick ?

xfisthebest   -  Dec 10, 2016

can anyone please make a script of DNS lookup? a dns-pool lookup, which will show all ipv4 and ipv6 address when do for example: /dns

Protheus   -  Dec 08, 2016

Working on a new script in the same sort of style as my previous one (that I lost). Stay tuned. Gonna be awesome.

ST3LiST   -  Dec 05, 2016

Hi people, i'm ST3LiST and i love scripting tho i never write my own scripts and seek around google to find the one i'm looking for, but now i'll start my scripts and post here, lets get started from fresh :P

Protheus   -  Nov 28, 2016

Ok so a while back i made a R.I.P script for a bot that basically just said the word R.I.P when a user quit. I'm trying to refine it. At the moment, it only goes to the active window. How would i make this script trigger on all channels the bot is on?

Here;s the code:

on *:QUIT: {
msg $active And now his watch is ended...

Thanks in advance.

Tamaki   -  Nov 08, 2016

Does anyone else understand why these other people are posting on here? Lol

andara   -  Oct 24, 2016

Hello guys..,

annemathers02   -  Oct 14, 2016

Online Security: A shoe e-retailer takes steps to improve its fraud detection

Fast-growing Schutz Shoes upgrades its fraud detection software to slash manual reviews and improve order processing.

Online orders were flowing into shoe e-retailer Schutz Shoes, the U.S. division of Brazilian-based shoe retailer Arezzo & Co., but the small team spent an increasing amount of time checking whether an order was fraudulent. When one employee on a staff of seven has to manually review the legitimacy of an online order, that’s time away from customers and other business, says Kimberly Gort, e-commerce manager for Schutz.

Schutz Shoes started selling online in 2014 operating its e-commerce site in the basement of its New York City store. That first year, Schutz had about $350,000 in online sales. In 2015, about half of its product catalog was available online and sales grew to $1.5 million. Now, with all of its products available online, Schutz Shoes projects about $3 million in online sales for 2016, Gort says. The retailer also opened a store in Los Angeles.

With triple-digit percentage growth comes growing pains. When the e-retailer received a modest five online orders a day, using the free tool from its e-commerce platform provider (Shopify Inc.) worked fine, Gort says. The plugin would flag orders that might be fraudulent, and the retailer decided to approve or decline such orders. For example, the tool flagged an order if the credit card and shipping addresses didn’t match, so a Schutz employee had to call the customer and determine if it was a legitimate order. Deciding what was and wasn’t fraudulent often was difficult, Gort says.

“There’s always a risk,” she says. “It was like we were playing roulette.”

The situation frustrated the retailer and the shopper, as some shoppers were blocked from placing an order or their order was delayed or they had to deal with a phone call from the retailer. Schutz was missing out on orders, devoting almost a full employee to manually check the orders and seek out consumers to verify information. As order volume and sales grew, the manual-review model no longer worked, Gort says.

In July, Schutz Shoes decided to integrate fraud detection software provider ClearSale onto its platform, choosing the vendor because it was used by parent company Arezzo. It took about two weeks to integrate the technology onto Schutz’s site, Gort says.

ClearSale factors in about 100 variables to approve or deny orders, and then has its 500-person team to dig deeper on flagged orders, says Rafael Lourenco, vice president of operations at ClearSale. Orders can be approved within three seconds, while an order that requires manual review will take 24-48 hours, he says.

The impact of adding ClearSale was almost immediate, Gort says, as Schutz Shoes was no longer on the hook to manually check flagged orders. The e-retailer now approves 94-96% of its orders, which is about a 5% increase from when it relied on its free plugin, Gort says.

ClearSale charges per transaction and takes a 0.4-1.5% cut of the sale. The commission is worth it, Gort says, as more sales are approved. In August, Schutz Shoes paid ClearSale $1,500. The retailer processed 1,200 online orders that month, 1,002 of which ClearSale reviewed in some capacity; of those 1,002 orders, 973 (97.1%) were approved.

ClearSale has about 2,000 clients, and more than 90% are retailers, Lourenco says. Across all of its clients, 93.5% of orders are automatically approved, Lourenco says.

Recently, ClearSale updated its formula with another variable to approve or deny orders. The feature factors in how long a consumer is on the website before she purchases. The shorter it is, the more suspect. However, this is only one variable and a short time between landings on the site and purchasing will not automatically flag an order, Lourenco says. The new feature increased ClearSale’s average approval rate by 1%, he says.

poulpedersen   -  Oct 07, 2016

Frank Owens, Ltd. Review: Building a Home is Building Wealth

Buying a home requires an individual or a family to incur one of the biggest single expenses within a lifetime. It is both a big risk or gamble as well as a large investment. Risk, as in any adverse event, such as losing a job or any circumstance that leads to one’s failure to pay the mortgage, can jeopardize the project. Obviously, it is a potentially good investment as it gains value in time from which an owner can gain equity or take out a loan from -- or monetize completely through selling at a profit. While some persons may not need or never avail of such benefits from owning a home due to certain principles or qualms, building one’s personal worth or credit level can come as a great advantage in the present economic conditions.

Moreover, one can look at owning a home as a kind of forced savings since regular monthly payments can be equated into imaginary inputs into a virtual savings account from which one can withdraw at any time, partially or as a whole. This unique feature of a residential building which most of us see simply as a physical domicile, in fact, serves as a great source of economic opportunities for a nation. In recent times, we have seen how home mortgages have been used to provide significant wealth to people who were engaged in the stock markets in order to benefit their corporations at the expense of homeowners and other investors.

In effect, residential housing contributes to a nation’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product) through residential fixed investment (meaning, new building construction and improvements) and personal consumption expenditure (referring to various housing services, such as gross rents paid, etc.). Residential fixed investment (or RFI) provides a measure for homebuilding and remodeling’s contribution to the GDP.

Investment in homebuilding has historically shared an average contribution of 5% of the GDP although in 2010 it was down to 2.5%. Housing services, on the other hand, averaged from 12 to 13%.

So, next time you think of writing a check to pay the rent or the mortgage for your home, you need to realize that you are not getting poorer for it but enriching yourself as well as the whole nation.

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