Mar 03, 2009
IRC Admin/Scripter.
Wasilla, Alaska

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Aurora801 commented on a Page, Youtube url detector for mIRC  -  Oct 02, 2015

I'm catching a 301 Perm Moved page when I post a link.
I added some echo's to the script to see where it was going wrong, and they all check out.

This is what I get from the sock read echo:

HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently
Date: Sat, 03 Oct 2015 00:39:59 GMT
Server: gwiseguy/2.0
Content-Length: 0
X-XSS-Protection: 1; mode=block; report=
Cache-Control: no-cache
Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8
X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff
P3P: CP="This is not a P3P policy! See for more info."
Expires: Tue, 27 Apr 1971 19:44:06 EST
X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN
Set-Cookie: VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE=S9KY8ccag8c; path=/;; expires=Thu, 02-Jun-2016 12:32:59 GMT; httponly
Set-Cookie: YSC=uhmg8nBjaOs; path=/;; httponly

Aurora801 commented on a Page, Script Help System By JeSTeR  -  Jun 19, 2014

Good job, man.

Aurora801 created a Page  -  Jan 23, 2014

*** New Update coming soon!

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Aurora801 commented on a Page, Google Weather/Time/Calculation  -  Nov 16, 2013

[Fri 09:29:28pm] [[device]] .gcalc 2 + 2
[Fri 09:29:28pm] [notice] [cloudIPD]: Fetching data for location: 2 + 2. This may take a moment..
[Fri 09:29:28pm] [[cloudIPD]] * Sorry, [device], no information was found for your calc request.

I modified 3 lines of code, to make it look nicer on my network. I changed noticing to nick only on 2 lines, and changed the text event line so it picked up on gcalc/calc. I'm only using it for calc as I have weather/time scripts.

Aurora801 commented on a Page, Youtube Script (Parse Vids and Search) v6.5  -  Nov 13, 2013

I uploaded this to my bot, and it worked perfect, for the first time the link was posted. but the second time, and every time after, it doesn't post the youtube info. I have now discovered this is some type of flood protection, as I posted a different link (was testing with the same youtube link), but am wondering if there is a way to remove this, or an option to have it on a timer basis?

Aurora801 created a Page  -  Feb 22, 2013

eos themed talker and nickname tab.

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Aurora801 commented on a Page, EOS Theme Engine (Full)  -  Feb 19, 2013

Screenshot of the eos theme engine at work

Aurora801 created a Page  -  Feb 19, 2013

Engage`OS (eos) Theme Engine v1.0 with code included from KTE, as it's what inspired me, and I will be migrating the code form KTE to eos build soon, but for now it has KTE aswell. too many lines of code to change for the night.

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Aurora801 commented on a Page, EOS theme engine  -  Feb 17, 2013

Heres a sreenshot of the eostest output.

Aurora801 created a Page  -  Feb 17, 2013

Just a small theme engine in progress. includes its own away system. EOS will end up being an adaptation on KTE, if anyone knows what that is.

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Aurora801 created a Page  -  Feb 16, 2013

It's not much, but it's nice. I removed as many of the external script alias calls as I could find, but there might still be some. Just put it at spot 1 in your script order, so it is executed before any other input-based scripts are called. It is still a work in progress, but I hope you like it. It's not easy to screenshot a input command script, but I'll do my best /Upon Request/ and it will be attached...

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Aurora801 commented on a Page, r-iRC Base System  -  Feb 16, 2013

I have a severely updated version of this, but with how I've got my personal IRC set up, it's pulling aliases from about 12 other scripts, and I'm not sure which ones anymore.

Cracker200: As far as no DLLs, I'm not sure if mIRC even allows for docking of dialogs standard. I believe it is a DLL-dependent feature.

Aurora801 created a Page  -  Sep 26, 2011
1 551 

Scans the channel for clones upon a user joining. Also able to scan at will using /xscan [nick] Also has menu options.

Aurora801   -  Dec 22, 2010

@Banana-Jamma rawr. Anna, you are funny.

Aurora801 commented on a Page, uh talking thingy  -  Aug 03, 2010

Heh. Go you, dude. My very first script was something like

on *:TEXT:**:#: { msg $chan someone needs to spell correctly!! }

which sucked, because it triggered on everything. I think after this try some regex. I'm not to heed with th whole $reg* shit but here's an example of the event trigger

on $*:TEXT:/^[.!]text(1|2|3|4|5)/Si:#:

this will check for either ".text" or "!text" followed by a number from one to five. This probably isn't the best way to do regex with numbers like that, but I'm just starting regex now. What you could do after it is "set %text $right(&1,1)" then have something check for what %text is, and send the appropriate.

Aurora801 commented on a Page, rootSektor - Auto Oper  -  Feb 04, 2010

DICE: I made this script. If you have proof that falsifies this, then show me. AK Skriptz is my company, btw.

Aurora801 commented on a Page, rootSektor - Auto Oper  -  Feb 01, 2010

I'm sorry, but how is it spamming? It's a part of my IRC package, so I show that.

Aurora801 commented on a Page, auto admin pass  -  Jan 31, 2010

$+($chr(9),Ghost-Writer,$chr(9),$+(replace(Hello pedos! Join me in phucking your cat!,your,my,cat,dad,ph,f,$chr(32),$chr(9))) Epic Win?

Aurora801 commented on a Page, auto admin pass  -  Jan 31, 2010
$+($chr(9),Ghost-Writer,$chr(9),$replace(Hello pedos. Join me in phucking your cat,$chr(32),$chr(9),ph,f,cat,dad,your,my),$replace(Epic Phain,Ph,F))

Epic win?

Aurora801 created a Page  -  Jan 31, 2010

|..:: root_sys-iRC v4.0.1 Beta 1 "rootSektor" Auto-Oper v1.0 Pre-beta ::..| |..:: Made for r-iRC v2.0 (mIRC 6.35) ::...____| ___| .. ____ .. .. _____*_______ .. .. _______________ .. .. ______*___________ .. .. *****______*____ .. .. __________*__*__ .. .. **________ .. .. ______*______ .. .. _____*___________ .. .. ________**____ .. .. ___ .. .. _______ .. .. __(Alaska Skriptz)___ ..

Aurora801 commented on a Page, auto admin pass  -  Jan 31, 2010
on *:connect: {
 if (!$network) {
  if ($server == <myserver>) { scid $cid myoper } 
  else { halt }
elseif ($network) {
  if ($network == <mynetwork) { scid $cid myoper }
alias -l myoper { oper MyLogin MyPass } 

To make it useful both ways. I could make a giant long script for it, but I wont. :P

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