UsEr HeLp

By DeViL on Dec 29, 2003

Just a Simple User heLp
how 2 register a nick/channel etc....

menu nicklist {
  [User Help]   
  .Nick ( nickserv )
  ..Register:/msg $chan  $$1  To register your nick, type: /NickServ REGISTER password email-address  You will then recieve an email from the network , follow its instructions to complete your registration
  ..Access:/msg $chan  $$1  Access allows you to list, add or delete user@host masks from your access list, you will not need to identify to NickServ to use your nick with a mask added. To set access, type  /NickServ ACCESS ADD user@host   Other commands are  /NickServ ACCESS DEL user@host  and  /NickServ ACCESS list  and  /NickServ WIPE 
  ..SetURL:/msg $chan  $$1  To set URL (uniform resource locator) type: /NickServ SET URL httpURL  
  ..NoMemo:/msg $chan  $$1  NoMemo will disable all memos sent to your nick. To set NoMemo, type: /NickServ SET NOMEMO ON  To enable memos, type:  /NickServ SET NOMEMO OFF 
  ..Noop:/msg $chan  $$1  Noop will give you control on what channels you are added to as Aop/Sop. NOOP ON will stop you being added to channel op lists, type: /NickServ SET NOOP ON  To allow Aop/Sop adding of your nick, Type  /NickServ SET NOOP OFF 
  ..ShowEmail:/msg $chan  $$1  To display your email for public viewing in NickServ info, type: /NickServ SHOWEMAIL ON  To Stop public viewing, type: /NickServ SHOWEMAIL OFF 
  ..Recover:/msg $chan  $$1  If you haven't set your nick ENFORCE switch on , then this is the manual version of preventing someone from using your nick, type:  /NickServ RECOVER nick password 
  ..Info:/msg $chan  $$1  If a nick is registered, this command will show certain info such as owner, registration date, last time nick was used and registered nick options. To view nick info, type:  /NickServ INFO nick      
  ..Identify:/msg $chan  $$1  To identify to your nick, type (using the nick you wish to identify to): /NickServ IDENTIFY password 
  ..Drop:/msg $chan  $$1  To drop a nick, first identify as the founder of it, then type: /NickServ DROP nick   Now you will be given a code ie: 1236432 next type this: /NickServ DROP nick code  
  ..Ghost:/msg $chan  $$1  If someone is using your nick and you want to reclaim it, type:  /NickServ GHOST nick password  
  ..Release:/msg $chan  $$1  If your nick is being held by NickServ, type:  /NickServ RELEASE nick password  
  ..Enforce On:/msg $chan  $$1  To set the nick enforce option on for your nick, first, identify to NickServ, then type (using the nick you wish to set enforce on for): /NickServ SET ENFORCE ON  
  ..New Nick:/msg $chan  $$1  To change nick, type: /nick new-nick 
  .Memo ( memoserv
  ..Read Memo:/msg $chan  $$1  To View a Memo you would type  /MemoServ list  ( this will list all your memos ) choose a number from the memo list and type: /MemoServ READ number  
  ..Del Memo:/msg $chan  $$1  To Delete a Memo you would type /MemoServ DEL number 
  ..Send Memo:/msg $chan  $$1  Memo's can only be sent to another registered nick and also can be send in groups to all ops on a channel providing you have op access to that channel, To send a memo, type: /MemoServ send nick message  or for group send, type:  /MemoServ send #channel message 
  .Channel ( chanserv )
  ...Register:/msg $chan  $$1  To register a channel, type: /ChanServ REGISTER #channel password description ( i.e. /ChanServ REGISTER #channel 2OZ3v50 Help and Chat Channel )
  ...Identify:/msg $chan  $$1  To identify as founder of a channel, type: /ChanServ IDENTIFY #channel password ( i.e. /ChanServ IDENTIFY #channel 2OZ3v50 )
  ...Drop:/msg $chan  $$1  To drop a channel, first, identify as the founder, then type: /ChanServ DROP #channel ( i.e. /ChanServ DROP #channel )
  ...Info:/msg $chan  $$1  To see info on a channel, type: /ChanServ INFO #channel ( i.e. /ChanServ INFO #channel )
  ...Access:/msg $chan  $$1  ACCESS command gives exactly the same results as specifying a nick with the ACC command. ACC can effectivly be used in place of this command. Refer to the help for ACC for the format of the output and the meaning of the levels. Limited to channel AOps or above. Example: /ChanServ ACC #channel liteman
  ...OP:/msg $chan  $$1  OP will op the given nick(s) in the given channel. Will not work if secured ops is on and the user isn't in the AOp or SOp list. Limited to AutoOp or above. Example: /ChanServ OP #channel liteman
  ...DEOP:/msg $chan  $$1  DEOP command is used to remove operator status from someone in a channel. Limited to AutoOp or above. Example: /ChanServ DEOP #channel liteman
  ...INVITE:/msg $chan  $$1  INVITE invites the sender to a channel that is set to invite only (mode +i). Used mainly for channels where the MLOCK is set +i. You cannot invite other users to a channel via ChanServ. Limited to channel AutoOps or above. Example: /ChanServ INVITE #channel
  ...Mkick:/msg $chan  $$1  MKICK evacuates a channel completely by kicking everyone out, banning *!*@* (everyone), setting mode +i (invite only) and +l 1. When MKICKing a channel, you cannot UNBAN or INVITE yourself back into the channel. This should only be used in a takeover situation. Example: /ChanServ MKICK #channel
  ...MDEOP:/msg $chan  $$1  MDEOP removes operator status from all users on the named channel who don't outrank the user, ie an AOp can't deop a SOp. Limited to channel AutoOps and above. Example: /ChanServ MDEOP #channel
  ...Unban:/msg $chan  $$1  UNBAN If specified without the last parameter, ChanServ will remove all bans affecting the current user issuing the command (the way the old ME option worked).  The * option will remove all bans on the specified channel, the way the old ALL option worked (* is SOp/Founder only). The nick option is used to remove any bans against the nick specified (user must be online).  Finally, the nick!user@host option will remove any bans against that specifc mask (useful when removing one specific ban). |  /msg $chan  $$1  Examples: 1. /ChanServ UNBAN #channel 2. /ChanServ UNBAN #channel * 3. /ChanServ UNBAN #channel liteman 4.  /ChanServ UNBAN #channel liteman!
  ...Count:/msg $chan  $$1  COUNT command will display the number of AOps, SOps, and AKICKs in a channel. Limited to AutoOp or higher. Example: /ChanServ COUNT #channel
  ...Why:/msg $chan  $$1  WHY command is used to tell why the given nick is gaining operator status (ops) on the given registered channel. The reply will tell which entry, either registered nick or mask, in the AOp or SOp list is allowing the nick to gain ops. This command has no useful effect if the given nick is not gaining ops or some type of access in the given channel. Example: /ChanServ why #channel liteman
  ....AkickAdd:/msg $chan  $$1  The add AKICK command is used to place unwanted users on more permanent ban than your standard channel ban, ChanServ will then deny that user from joining the channel the AKICK is added to. To add AKICK a user, type  /ChanServ AKICK <#channel> ADD <nick> -or- /ChanServ  AKICK <#channel> ADD <user@host> (ie: /ChanServ AKICK #channel ADD liteman -or- *! You must be a Aop/Sop/Founder of the Channel to use the Command.
  ....AkickDel: /msg $chan  $$1  The delete AKICK command is used to remove users off permanent channel ban, ChanServ will no longer deny that user from joining the channel. To delete a user from AKICK, type  /ChanServ AKICK <#channel> DEL <nick> -or- /ChanServ  AKICK <#channel> DEL <user@host> -or- /ChanServ  AKICK <#channel> DEL <list-number>  (ie: /ChanServ AKICK #channel DEL liteman -or- *! -or- list-number) You must be a Aop/Sop/Founder of the Channel to use the Command.
  ....AkickView:/msg $chan  $$1  To view current users on permamanent AKICK channel list, type: /ChanServ AKICK <#channel> LIST (ie: /ChanServ AKICK #channel LIST) You must be a Aop/Sop/Founder of the Channel to use the Command.
  ..Channel Settings
  ...Founder:/msg $chan  $$1  This allows a channel's founder to be changed to suit different situations should they arise. This command sets the founder of a channel to the current user. You must use the ChanServ IDENTIFY command before using this command. To Change FOUNDER, type: /ChanServ SET #channel FOUNDER (ie: /ChanServ SET #channel FOUNDER)
  ...ChangePass:/msg $chan  $$1  To Change Channel Password, type: /ChanServ SET #chan-name PASSWD <CurrentPassword> <NewPassword> ( ie: /ChanServ SET #somechannel PASSWD 2OZ3v50 2OZnEw3v50)
  ...ChangeDecription:/msg $chan  $$1  DESC Allows the founder to change the description of a channel. To change Channel Description, type: /ChanServ SET <#channel> DESC <description> (ie: /ChanServ SET #channel DESC My Help Channel)
  ...Mlock:/msg $chan  $$1  MLOCK changes mode lock pattern for a specified channel. Setting a lock mask of * will turn off all mode locking. Examples are: 1. /ChanServ SET #chan-name MLOCK +nt-ispklm This example keeps modes nt ON and ispklm OFF 2. /ChanServ SET #dragonrealm MLOCK +nt-ipklm This is the same as 1. , except mode s can be switch ON and OFF in the channel. 3. /ChanServ SET #chan-name MLOCK *  This last example clears  ALL previous mode locks on a channel.
  ...Opguard:/msg $chan  $$1  OPGUARD turns on/off ops guarding on a channel.  When ON, only AutoOps, SuperOps, and the channel founder will be allowed ChanServ- ops on the channel. Example: /ChanServ SET #chan-name OPGUARD ON
  ...KeepTopic:/msg $chan  $$1  KEEPTOPIC turns "Sticky" topics for a channel on or off. If everybody in a certain channel leaves that channel, then the topic is normally lost. But with this option on, ChanServ will save the last topic and when the channel is recreated, it will set the topic to what it previously was, followed by the nick who previously set that topic. Example: /ChanServ SET #chan-name KEEPTOPIC ON
  ...URL:/msg $chan  $$1  URL allows a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) to be shown in the channel's INFO listing. Usually indicates where more information on the channel may be found. Examples: /ChanServ SET #chan-name URL <or> /ChanServ SET #chan-name URL
  ...Ident:/msg $chan  $$1  IDENT command makes it harder for anyone to use someone elses nick to gain ops in your channel. If this option is on, then all ops have to identify to NickServ before ChanServ ops them. NickServ's Access Lists will have no effect on ops. Any AOp or SOp entries that don't use registered nicks will also become useless. Example: /ChanServ SET #chan-name IDENT ON
  ...Restrict:/msg $chan  $$1  RESTRICT option will only allow ops into a channel. If someone who joins is not on the AOp/SOp list, they will be kickbanned when they enter the channel. Example: /ChanServ SET #chan-name RESTRICT ON
  ...VERBOSE:/msg $chan  $$1  VERBOSE set ON, will cause services to send a channel NOTICE to all of the current channel ops upon the (a) addition or deletion of an AOP, SOP, or AKICK, (b) a wipe of  the AOP, SOP, or AKICK lists, or (c) the use of the UNBAN command. Example: /ChanServ SET #chan-name VERBOSE ON
  ...Topiclock:/msg $$1 $$1  TOPICLOCK sets the "topic lock" option for a channel. When on, only the founder or SuperOps (depending on the option) are able to change the topic. This setting also performs the function of the KEEPTOPIC command. Example: /ChanServ SET #chan-name TOPICLOCK SOP
  ...Leaveops:/msg $chan  $$1  LEAVEOPS set ON, will prevent services from de-opping the first user that joins an empty channel. If set OFF (default), the first user to join an empty channel (that is not an AOp/SOp/Founder) will be de-opped. Example: /ChanServ SET #chan-name LEAVEOPS ON
  ...Unsecure:/msg $chan  $$1  UNSECURE will make a channel a little less secure than normal. When on, you need only be in the founders nick access list to make founder level changes; you won't need to identify. NOTE: This setting can cause problems if you do not have a secure NickServ Access List. This setting is strongly discouraged. Example: /ChanServ SET #chan-name UNSECURE ON
  ...Private:/msg $chan  $$1  When PRIVATE option is ON, only those who know about the channel will have access to it.  Also, when this option is turned on,  the /ChanServ INVITE option is disabled. Example: /ChanServ SET #chan-name PRIVATE ON
  ...Memo:/msg $chan  $$1  MEMO command is used to limit who can send channel memos. When NONE, no-one can send channel memos. When AOP, only AOps and above can send channel memos (this is the default setting). When SOP, only SOps and the founder can send channel memos. When FOUNDER, only the Channel Founder can send channel memos. Example: /ChanServ SET #chan-name MEMO AOP
  ...Add:/msg $chan  $$1  To add an aop, first, you must be an sop or founder, if so, type: /ChanServ AOP #channel ADD Nick|Mask ( i.e. /ChanServ AOP #chan-name ADD liteman )
  ...Del:/msg $chan  $$1  To delete an aop, first, you must be an sop or founder, if so, type: /ChanServ AOP #channel DEL Mask|Num ( i.e. /ChanServ AOP #chan-name DEL 1 )
  ...List:/msg $chan  $$1  To get a list of aops, first, you must be at least an aop, if so, type: /ChanServ AOP #channel LIST ( i.e. /ChanServ AOP #chan-name LIST )
  ...Add:/msg $chan  $$1  To add an sop, first, you must have founder access, if so, type: /ChanServ SOP #channel ADD Nick|Mask ( i.e. /ChanServ SOP #chan-name ADD liteman )
  ...Del:/msg $chan  $$1  To delete an aop, first, you must have founder access, if so, type: /ChanServ SOP #channel DEL Mask|Num ( i.e. /ChanServ SOP #chan-name DEL 1 )
  ...List:/msg $chan  $$1  To get a list of aops, first, you must be at least an aop, if so, type: /ChanServ SOP #channel LIST ( i.e. /ChanServ SOP #chan-name LIST )
  ..Topic:/msg $chan  $$1  To change a topic of a channel, type: /topic #channel new topic here ( i.e. /topic #chan-name Script Help Channel! ) {if the channel is set to +t, only ops may change the topic}
  ..mIRC H/P:/msg $chan  $$1  The mIRC HomePage can be found at:
  ..Scripts:/msg $chan  $$1  A good place for mIRC Scripts would be: or
  ..IRCop:/msg $chan  $$1  For information on becoming an ircop, goto:
  ..Internet:/msg $chan  $$1  For internet software, you can check out:
  ..Msg:/msg $chan  $$1  To private message someone (msg), type: /msg nick message ( i.e. /msg liteman Hi, what's up? )
  ..Notice:/msg $chan  $$1  To send someone a private notice, type: /msg nick message ( i.e. /msg liteman Hi, what's up? )
  ..DCC Chat:/msg $chan  $$1  To dcc chat someone, type: /dcc chat nick
  ..What is a Virus:/msg $chan  $$1  A Virus is a file that is designed to either give third party users access to your computer  or to damage your computer in various ways. To learn more about Virus Infections try these informative sites: ( ) or ( ) Hint: Dont accept Files from people you dont know!!
  ..What is a Trojan:/msg $chan  $$1  A Trogan is a file that is designed to either give third party users access to your computer  or to damage your computer in various ways. To learn more about Trojan Infections try these informative sites: ( ) or ( ) Hint: Dont accept Files from people you dont know!!
  ..Trojan Infection Hints:/msg $chan  $$1  These are the following common signs of a possible trojan infection: sudden and often disconnected from IRC, CDRom opeining and closing on its own, IRCclient not responding to your commands and or seemingly doing things not commanded to do, and  Loss of Nick/Channel Passwords.  
  ..Colour:/msg $chan  $$1  To use colour on a channel that permits colour, hold your <ctrl>key down and press <k> , this will then give you a small colour box, click the colour you want to use then type your message.  
  ..List:/msg $chan  $$1  To list channels type: /list ( some server may disconnect you, if this happens, you can try a server like )
  ..Ping:/msg $chan  $$1  A ping is a way for someone to check how long it takes their message to get to you, its nothing to worry about. ( use /ctcp nick PING to ping someone )
  ..Voice:/msg $chan  $$1  Voice means that if a channel were set to +m(moderated), only people with voice(+) and op(@) may speak. In most channels it usually means that you are closer to being an op, or you help the ops run the channel
  ..Action:/msg $chan  $$1  To perform an action, type: /me is your trigger for action ( i.e. /me "hi" )
  ..Cut/Paste:/msg $chan  $$1  To cut and paste: highlight a text, by clicking and dragging your mouse over it, then hit ctrl+c ( use ctrl+v to paste the text )
  ..Whois:/msg $chan  $$1  To find a nick on IRC, type: /whois nick ( i.e. /whois liteman ) {This only works if the person is on IRC at that moment}
  ...Def:/msg $chan  $$1  When you put nicks in your notify list, it tells you when that person joins/leaves IRC
  ...Add:/msg $chan  $$1  To add/del a nick from your notify, type: /notify nick ( i.e. /notify liteman )


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rayrayray   -  Jul 28, 2010

Hello, i like this script, but i need one for my bot so that an admin (or anyone) can typ !help (user) (command)
say like !help josh register nick --- to register your nick type /nickserv register .....
so on please rempost a script and send me a notice

 Respond   -  Feb 12, 2004

i.e. we don\'t have NOOP, I don\'t think

 Respond   -  Feb 12, 2004

Yep, not all NS, CS support the same settings

X-FILE   -  Jan 07, 2004

why is the name of the snippet UsEr HeLp ? Maybe chanserv & nickserv commands?

tye   -  Jan 03, 2004

Not all ChanServ and NickServ services support the same commands and settings.

kyle_6600   -  Jan 03, 2004

All networks suppoorting chanserv & nickserv

tye   -  Dec 30, 2003

These popups contains IRC service commands. What network are they for?

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