Lag checker

Platform:  mIRC
Published  Sep 30, 2007
Updated  Oct 03, 2007
Checks your lag every [x] seconds when you connect. You can also get it echoed when you right-click the channel menu and go to Lag check. Many other options are configurable there as well, please take your time to setup otherwise you might receive a few errors. Thanks in advance.

Usage:

Enable script: channel right-click -> Enable
Disable script: channel right-click -> Disable
The number of seconds before it updates the titlebar: channel right-click -> Check every [x] seconds -> Enter time in seconds (recommended to be a little higher)
Check your lag: channel right-click -> Check

* Note: When you quit or disconnect, it unsets the %temp_t variable and halts the timer.

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on *:connect:{
if (%_lag_conf_ = on) && (%lag_time) .timerl_check 0 %lag_time /form_lag_
}

alias form_lag_ {
if (%_lag_conf_ = on) {
set %temp_t $ticks
.raw ping %temp_t
titlebar Lag: $+($calc($calc($ticks - %temp_t) / 1000),sec)
}
}

alias lag_ {
if (%_lag_conf_ = on) {
set %temp_t $ticks
.raw ping %temp_t
}
}

on ^*:PONG:{
var %u $calc($ticks - %temp_t)
echo $colour(info) -a Lag on $server is: $+($calc(%u / 1000),$chr(32),seconds,.)
}

on *:disconnect: .timer1_check off | unset %temp_t
on *:quit: .timer1_check off | unset %temp_t

menu channel {
Lag check:
.Enable:set %_lag_conf_ on
.Disable:set %_lag_conf_ off
.Check every [x] minutes:{
var %c $$?="Enter time in seconds:"
set %lag_time %c
if ($timer(l_check)) .timerl_check off
.timerl_check 0 %lag_time /form_lag_
}
.Check:lag_
}

on *:load: echo $colour(info) -a Please take your time to configure everything through the channel menu. Thank you.

Comments

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mrmr   -  May 02, 2010
in the "menu channel"
.Check every [x] minutes:{
var %c $$?="Enter time in seconds:"

I suggest to change from "minutes" to "seconds in the menu too.
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RubixCube   -  Oct 03, 2007
Alright, I made the snippet ping the server. It should return a better value now, just make sure to set the num. of seconds to be a bit higher. ;)
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RubixCube   -  Oct 03, 2007
Yeah, I was thinking about that. I don\'t really want to ping the server (as an example) every two seconds. I\'ll probably end up doing that anyway and just recommend a higher integer of time.
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KuTsuM   -  Oct 03, 2007
This will always result in 0: var %u $calc($ticks - $ticks) Hence the reason it always displays the lag time as 0secs..
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Akishoot   -  Oct 02, 2007
Nice work on this, RubixCube. (=
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ZiX   -  Oct 02, 2007
Nice job ;]
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Kyousoukyoku   -  Oct 01, 2007
Nice job. I like how original and configurable this is. =P
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