Yoinx

Yoinx

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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, bad words control  -  Aug 09, 2011
It is kinda neat to see that people are still using stuff I wrote after so long though.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, bad words control  -  Aug 09, 2011
Np, But i'm going to be working off like 5 year old memory here...

basically... in the directory you put this script in, there should be a settings.ini with a section called [badwords] in it...
Make a section called [badwordsadmins] then under that put the nicks you want to be exempt from it as "nick=admin" "nick2=admin" and so on... putting each one on a new line.

Then change the start of the on text from

on @*:text:*:$($readini($+(",$scriptdirsettings.ini,"), Badwords, Channels)): {
var %x 1


to

on @*:text:*:$($readini($+(",$scriptdirsettings.ini,"), Badwords, Channels)): {
if ( $readini($+(",$scriptdirsettings.ini,"), Badwordsadmins, $nick ) == admin ) { halt }
var %x 1


and that *should* fix it to ignore anything from a nick listed in the settings.ini under badwordsadmins... which again should look like

[Badwordsadmins]
nick=admin
nick2=admin
PyThOn=admin
Yoinx=admin

Assuming nick, nick2, PyThOn, and Yoinx where admins.

But, since I'm rusty with this stuff... It could also just not work... or just start banning everyone... so use at your own risk.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, bad words control  -  Aug 09, 2011
Sorry, I've been out of MIRC scripting for like 5 years now... So I won't be modifying any scripts that I've posted here...

But, here's a tip. For any scripts you find that you want to whitelist people on... just use the access list, and use the = function in that to limit anyone with higher access than your desired access from triggering any of the events...

You could also manually add them to the ini, under an "admins" setting, and at the top of the on text event, just use a readini to check if the nick is in that ini... if it is, just stop the script.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Xdcc Search Bot Script 2.8  -  May 02, 2007
sorry pal, that wouldnt be possible. I designed it to delete the old list for a user when they started listing again. So, each time someone listed, it would be the latest.

However, if you look at the help for ops, it tells you how to add new releases. You will however have to add two items to your searchbot.ini
under
[searchbot]
release.trigger=!releases
release.time=86400

86400 being the number of seconds in 24hours.


Then once logged in as with op access or above you should be able to use the addrelease command. and all users should be able to use !realeases #channel to see that channel\'s releases.... If I remember right. there\'s a lot of stuff that i had added to this script before I stopped working on it. and that stuff never got documented.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, simple auto ghosting  -  Feb 02, 2007
you can also use $Nick and $anick
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, A bunch of pointless commands =]  -  Feb 02, 2007
Im definitely with caseidon on this.

If you think something is pointless enough to actually include \"Pointless\" in the description. PLEASE DONT HIT SUBMIT!
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Ultimate mass mode  -  Jan 30, 2007
does $chan really have a value in an alias? OR am I just really losing touch with scripting?
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, StartUp  -  Jan 18, 2007
You have both variables, and aliases that you dont include in this snippet..

What script are you ripping your stuff from exactly?
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, BBcode-Like Tags v1.5.0  -  Jan 16, 2007
yeah, he just didnt explain why. Sometimes, I find people like to know exactly why you tell them not to do something, rather than just saying not to do it.
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Yoinx commented on a Review, Great Wireless Router For The Price  -  Jan 16, 2007
I have an older linksys WRT54G model.

I found some various opensource firware versions for it.... After doing so, i could tweak the power output, etc, for optimum SNR.

You may be able to do the same thing with either router mentioned above.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, BBcode-Like Tags v1.5.0  -  Jan 16, 2007
as xdaemon had said... you should always use 2 characters for the color codes.

This will prevent errors when coloring something that uses a number as the first digit

ie, [white]5 times[/white] which should become brown 05
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Better $duration  -  Dec 31, 2006
It can, however, that would only work in 6.2 ^ I believe.

As it is, this should work from at aleast 6.16 and up.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Bans  -  Dec 27, 2006
lindrian.

EVERYTHING that can be done by a script, can be done by a user in normal mirc. All a script does is automates tasks. So Yes, while you can add bans through normal Mirc. He\'s put a different way of adding them in. Also, when you state \'in my script\' its not the same as stating \'in the scripts that came with mirc\'.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Bans  -  Dec 26, 2006
odd lindrian. You say its \'not usefull to most of us\' because YOU already have it in your script.... Did you become most of us?
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Ban lock  -  Dec 25, 2006
it should be hiding them, thats what the two raws at the bottom are for. The reason I have it there is to ensure the banlist updates properly.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Ban lock  -  Dec 24, 2006
Yeah, Sorry... Thats because I never told it to delete the ban.

on me:*:join:#: {
mode $chan +b
.timer 1 2 banlock_build $chan
}
alias banlock_build {
var %x = 1
while (%x <= $ibl($1,0)) {
if ($ibl($1,%x).by == $me) hadd -m banlock $+($1,.,$ibl($1,%x))
inc %x
}
}
on me:*:ban:#: {
hadd -m banlock $+($chan,.,$banmask)
}
on me:*:unban:#: {
hdel -w banlock $+($chan,.,$banmask)
}
on !*:unban:#: {
if ($hfind(banlock,$+($chan,.,$banmask),w,1)) || ($hfind(banlock,$+($chan,.,$banmask),W,1)) {
if ($me isop $chan) || ($me ishop $chan) mode $chan +b $banmask
}
}
raw 367:*: halt
raw 368:*: halt


that should work, though I have no idea why it was giving you problems with soushi.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Ban lock  -  Dec 24, 2006
thats weird. Soushi isnt your clone is it?
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Ban lock  -  Dec 24, 2006
Something like this:

on me:*:join:#: {
mode $chan +b
.timer 1 2 banlock_build $chan
}
alias banlock_build {
var %x = 1
while (%x <= $ibl($1,0)) {
if ($ibl($1,%x).by == $me) hadd -m banlock $+($1,.,$ibl($1,%x))
inc %x
}
}
on me:*:ban:#: {
hadd -m banlock $+($chan,.,$banmask)
}
on !*:unban:#: {
if ($hfind(banlock,$+($chan,.,$banmask),w,1)) || ($hfind(banlock,$+($chan,.,$banmask),W,1)) {
if ($me isop $chan) || ($me ishop $chan) mode $chan +b $banmask
}
}
raw 367:*: halt
raw 368:*: halt
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Ban lock  -  Dec 24, 2006
I\'ve gotta ask this. Since its the most obvious one...

Why store all these to an ini....

Just loop through the $ibl to find $ibl($chan,x).by where the by address is you... add that address to your hash, and any that you set to the hash as well. Then, you can just search the hash anytime someone tries to do the ban/unbans...


You can also use this same technique to expire old bans everytime you join your channel.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Check a Port  -  Nov 17, 2006
If your website is down, wouldnt that sorta make that page not work to begin with?
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, away system 4.0  -  Nov 12, 2006
personally.. I\'d do it like:

on *:input:#: {
if ($1 == !away) {
tnick $+($me,$chr(124),Away)
describe $chan I am currently away.
}
elseif ($1 == !back) {
tnick $mnick
describe $chan I\'m back.
}
elseif ($1 == !afk) {
tnick $chan $+($me,$chr(124),AFK)
describe I\'m currently AFK at the moment.
}
}


if you wanted to use it this way.

Reasons:
1. Using tnick instead of nick allows you to reference $mnick to get back to the default nick, whereas nick replaces $mnick. Also, using nick you would still have that nick if you were to disconnect and reconnect etc.
2. Describe $chan is the proper way to do actions to a channel from a script.
3. You dont have all the on inputs that you had as, I believe only the first one ever should have worked.
4. You dont have the bracket mismatches.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, A simple id script  -  Nov 10, 2006
yeah, people like to script things differently anyway... here\'s how I would do it.

on *:notice:*nickname is registered*:?: {
echo -a registered
if ($nick == nickserv) {
if (!$($+(%,nickservpass.,$network),2)) .timer 1 1 setnickservpass
else msg nickserv identify $($+(%,nickservpass.,$network),2)
}
}
alias setnickservpass {
set $+(%,nickservpass.,$network) $$?=\"Enter Your password for nickserv on $network $+ \"
msg nickserv identify $($+(%,nickservpass.,$network),2)
}
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, SIMPLE Protection  -  Nov 08, 2006
well if you\'re tired of saying the same things? Why are most of your comments \'sorry, stupid\" ?
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, SIMPLE Protection  -  Nov 08, 2006
And Yet again Noutrious. You comment on something, with no suggestions. And nothing constructive.

This is my surprised face.
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Yoinx   -  Nov 07, 2006
What do you mean what program?

you hit print screen which puts a screen shot in the clipboard, and you paste it into a graphics program.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Itachi Mp3 Player v3.0  -  Nov 07, 2006
since you said in an earlier comment, you didnt know where to get dialog studio from,

http://www.mirc.net/projects.php?go=1108253192&get_desc=1
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Asl-database  -  Nov 06, 2006
for the help, I would personnally just make a topic at the end of the script file...

[help]
help item 1
help item 2
etc

then, you can just use
play -thelp nick $qt($script)
instead of all the timers.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, Mp3 player  -  Nov 02, 2006
Yeah, I\'ve actually made a much better mp3 player since this, however, it needs images and such, but it needs images, and such... I just havent uploaded it as an addon because it needs some minor rewrites to make it use the images from the script directory instead of the main directory. If anyone is interested in doing the rewrites, I should have it somewhere still.... I think I posted a link to it as \'ymp3\' or something in the forums. Anyone is free to do the rewrites, and add whilefix.dll to the while loops that add the files. And post it, with credits.
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Yoinx commented on a Review, Excellent Travel Notebook  -  Oct 21, 2006
\"There are however some problems with the compatibility. It locks up randomly on very rare occasions.\"

What happened? Sounds like you installed windows on it.
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Yoinx commented on a Snippet, shadow's room modes  -  Oct 18, 2006
Well undernet was just the server i was connected to. The same problems would occur on most nets.
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