simple auto ghosting

By Aaron on Feb 02, 2007

pretty simple, it will ghost your nickname and then change to that nick after it is finished

must have reconenct on disconnect turned on must use a server with NickServ **NICKNAME must be registered, NICKNAME2 isnt required

on *:start:{
  if (%nicka == $null) {
    set %nicka $$?"what is your main nickname?"
    if (%nicka2 == $null) {
      set %nicka2 $$?"what is your secondary nickname?"
      if (%pwd == $null) {
        set %pwd $$?"what is your password?"
        nick %nicka2
      }
    }
  }
  else nick %nicka2
}

on *:connect:{
  ns ghost %nicka %pwd
  .timer 1 5 nick %nicka
}

on *:disconnect:{
  nick %nicka2
}

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no_body21   -  Feb 05, 2007

\"simple\" auto ghosting <<<<<<<<<<< thats why i suggest to use raw coz u said simple :D

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Aaron   -  Feb 05, 2007

\"simple\" auto ghosting

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no_body21   -  Feb 05, 2007

raw :433::nick tempnick1968 | ns ghost \"nick\" \"password\"

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no_body21   -  Feb 05, 2007

why not use raw 433 ?

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Lindrian   -  Feb 02, 2007

This is not an peform command, its a ghoster.

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PowerDragon   -  Feb 02, 2007

That could be 1 line. I use this: on *:connect:#: { if ( $nick == $me ) IDENTIFY }

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Yoinx   -  Feb 02, 2007

you can also use $Nick and $anick

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Lindrian   -  Feb 02, 2007

Yeah, thats better. But I would still add a if statement to the connects, incase you dont need to ghost etc.

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Aaron   -  Feb 02, 2007

updated :P

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Lindrian   -  Feb 02, 2007

just looks bad u know :/

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Aaron   -  Feb 02, 2007

even then it will reply

nick ___ is currently offline i could live with that :P

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Lindrian   -  Feb 02, 2007

what if you dont need to ghost? it will perform the commands anyway! And im only setting 2 vars

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Lindrian   -  Feb 02, 2007

oh gosh, when ur in a hurry, not much goes right eh.. on *:START: { set %o.nick $$?\"Input ur original nick\". set %pwd $$?\"Input your password\". } and then, something like:

on :Disconnect:{ if ($me != %o.nick) { ns ghost %o.nick %pwd nick %o.nick ns identify %pwd } else { return } } on :CONNECT:{ if ($me != %o.nick) { ns ghost %o.nick %pwd nick %o.nick } else { return } }

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Lindrian   -  Feb 02, 2007

what about adding a few if statements? on *:CONNECT: { if ($nick == ) { ns ghost | nick } } or something

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