Jun 24, 2010
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Known commented on a Comment, Multi-Server Channel Relay Script  -  Apr 28, 2013
Known commented on a Page, Multi-Server Channel Relay Script  -  Apr 23, 2013

Sorry for basically grave digging this snippet, but it seems that when the user puts in too many characters it'll make the bot just say something with the relay prefix. A short example is like:

<Known> Hellooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

Then on the other end (the bot's relay):

<Bot> .:Known@Network:. Hellooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
<Bot> ooooooooooooooooooooooo

I'm not sure exactly how to fix this, so I thought I might as well ask the creator (or anyone who is able to fix this problem.

Otherwise it's an amazing snippet!

Known liked Hawkee's Thread  -  Nov 03, 2012
Known commented on Hawkee's Thread  -  Mar 21, 2012
Known commented on a Page, Oper Control Dialog   -  Mar 11, 2012

Ah that is true chachin, I totally did forget about that one. Thank you for telling me, aha I thought I got most of them covered/added in. :)
I'll have to update this with that included soon.

Known commented on a Page, !Time (PST)  -  Jan 14, 2012

If you want to show specific times you should learn to use $asctime then instead of using $time (dependent on the timezone of the person's computer rather then just a standardized time).

Known commented on a Page, funny wale script :D  -  Jan 14, 2012

He is saying that they are if statements, so if someone did

 !wale win 

then it would show the win wale. $2 is basically what is said after the first statement, and so $3 is the 3rd statement, etc.

It's a easier way to make everything more organized and cleaner looking instead of having a bunch of on text statements.

Known commented on a Page, IdleRPG  -  Oct 19, 2011

Hmm to me it worked with going past levels?
Currently I don't have the time to update this script, but once I do I can let you know through a PM when I do finally.

Known commented on a Page, Module Writer  -  Apr 03, 2011

He is saying it's a risk as say if you put this on a bot, then go to work and make a module, once you leave work your nickname is offline and someone could grab it since your

  if ( $nick == %owner ) {

isn't very safe to start with, and they could just kill your computer pretty much.

Known commented on a Page, mIRC based IRC client  -  Apr 03, 2011

hmm I like this idea, it's something new and might be worth it if you make it amazingly:P

nice work GrimReaper

Known commented on a Page, Channel Staff Alert  -  Apr 02, 2011

macs-rocks theres no point in making this into a module for that, as you could have a IRCHelp bot basically sitting around and when someone needs support they would type this.

It would be better if you made a timer and not make it just spam a user or channel like this.

Known commented on a Page, Pokemon RPG Remotes Fixed  -  Apr 02, 2011

Thanks Dean
and yeah Gage this won't work as the commas aren't needed, and the script is somewhat messed up as it's not on one line, so it literally breaks it.

Known commented on a Page, My Bot  -  Mar 25, 2011

a example of the script that doesn't work for every IRCd:

on *:TEXT:!regnick*:#: {
  /msg $chan $nick To register your nickname you must first be on that nickname then type /register password Email. For example I could type /register fingerfood 

For people who use Anope it's /ns register, and it's different for every other service package out there (some are in common however).

You can condense this in many ways using ethier by making it have some regex, or even making a list of if statements that use one on text event.

Known commented on a Page, My Bot  -  Mar 25, 2011

This seems to be only for your sever, and bot as you have things such as the link and id which differ from network to network. You also don't really need to make those files into different ones as they shouldn't stack over eachother, and should work fine in 1 file together.

Known commented on a Page, Pokemon RPG Remotes Fixed  -  Mar 19, 2011

Yeah he needs to make sure that he copied and pasted it correctly in here as this won't work due to it all being on one line or it becoming cut-off.
You should also put a link to where we can find Logan's script at if you wouldn't mind.

Known commented on a Page, IRCop Menu/Script  -  Mar 06, 2011

What IRCd would this be for? As different IRCds have different ways of going around this, such as UnrealIRCd you need the time you want to gline someone for or else the first part of your reason is cutoff.
Looks alright though.

Known commented on a Page, Help Script  -  Mar 03, 2011

That doesn't really make any sense, and you should make sure to put that in the dialog's information, or post information as not all servers run UnrealIRCd. You should also say what version of Anope & unrealIRCd you use at each IRCd and Services version have newer commands, and get rid of older ones that may be listed in this dialog. :P

Known commented on a Page, l33t translator  -  Feb 25, 2011

so even if he did

on *:Input:#: {
if ($left($1,1) != /) && (%l33ttalk == on) { 

It wouldn't stop anything that has a / in-front of it from working? I've used that before for other things and it seemed to work just fine with me by not replacing anything. O.o

Known commented on a Page, l33t translator  -  Feb 25, 2011

unless he puts

if ($left($1,1) != /) { 

in the input section to make sure that doesn't happen.

Known commented on a Page, Help Script  -  Feb 18, 2011

You may want to say what IRCd this works on by the way, as I know some of those modes doesn't work for every single IRCd or the most common ones out there. Your also missing your .ico file when you load it.

Known commented on a Page, SSL + popular server connections + add your own server  -  Jan 15, 2011

djD3F, I hope you do know that the -t switch for echo will echo the timestamp, so no need for the $timestamp

Known commented on a Page, Slap Script  -  Jan 08, 2011

You should include some timers to make it happen in a given set of time, instead of all happening at once, and creating spam (which in some channels can get you kicked).

on *:ACTION:*slaps $me around a bit with a large trout:#: {
  msg $chan thats how it is eh?
  .timer 1 2 describe $chan chases $nick with a gun!
  .timer 1 3 describe $chan fires!
  .timer 1 4 msg $chan $iif($r(1,2) == 1, damn i missed..., I hit! WOO!)
Known commented on a Page, SSL + popular server connections + add your own server  -  Jan 08, 2011

Yeah I was just about to say that j1sp, and for your alias ssl, you don't even have the ssl port put their automaticly, so it kinda fails, you could make it shorter such as:

alias ssl { server -m $1 $+ : $+ +6697 }
Known commented on a Page, Mkpass v 0.2  -  Jan 05, 2011

You could of just set a var and made it add a specfic pattern of different rands of chrs per the $2 number, as this would be not only very limited but also not completly random at all, since it will also be letter - letter - number ...etc which was showed in the previous version of this script, where you should have posted the updated one instead of creating a new post.

Known commented on a Page, Auto-oper with Var arrays  -  Jan 05, 2011

I believe your var's won't work, as [ $+ [ $chan ] isn't completed, even with the $+ . after it, it should be [ $+ [ $chan ] ] (unless I'm otherwise wrong and it could be both ways)

Known commented on a Page, Google Calculator  -  Jan 05, 2011

Pretty nice Jethro_. :)

Known commented on a Page, Colorfull talk *useless* but somthing :)  -  Jan 05, 2011

Warriorii it's

your code here

Known commented on a Page, Colorfull talk *useless* but somthing :)  -  Jan 03, 2011

This isn't really a colorfull talk, as it only changes the color(s) of a specfic set of works, more-or-less of the commonly used acronyms/abbreviations.


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