Notify Script

By F*U*R*B*Y* on Nov 17, 2007

Just a simple notify script, have to be using the new mIRC Version 6.31 as it uses the $tip command...

could most probably be done easier but this was 5 minutes work and it worked so i thought i should become more active on here and post it

on *:TEXT:$(* $+ $me $+ *):#: {
  if (($version !< 6.31) && (!%tip. [ $+ [ $nick ] ])) {
    noop $tip('Tray Tip', $nick , $nick just said your name in $chan with the following message:, 10)
    noop $tip('Tray Tip', Message, $1-, 10)
    beep
    set -u20 %tip. [ $+ [ $nick ] ] true
  }
  else {
    beep
  }
}
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PATX   -  Apr 29, 2009

AdamRock: i see ur a newb/idiot.

on :TEXT:$( $+ $me $+ *):#: { if (($version !< 6.31) && (!%tip. [ $+ [ $nick ] ])) {

noop $tip('Tray Tip', $nick , $nick just said your name in $chan with the following message:, 10)
noop $tip('Tray Tip', Message, $1-, 10)
beep
set -u20 %tip. [ $+ [ $nick ] ] true

} else {

beep

} msg $chan $nick has been alerted. }

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AdamRock   -  Apr 13, 2009

...

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Avathar   -  Feb 21, 2008

Its my first ever scripting ive done for mirc so be patient with me, this version of the original tip script is slightly less annoying in the way that it only displays one message rather than two tips for every highlights and it uses the highlight list rather than checking only for your name.

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Avathar   -  Feb 21, 2008

Just made a similar one using this snippet as a base(err...maybe just modifying) and find it slightly more of use to me, hope you dont mind posting the modified version here.

on *:TEXT:*:*: {
  if ($highlight($1-)) {
    if (($version == 6.31) && (!%tip. [ $+ [ $chan ] ])) {
      noop $tip(\'Tray Tip\',$chan , $nick just said $1-, 10)
      set -u20 %tip. [ $+ [ $nick ] ] true
    }
  }
}
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Lindrian   -  Nov 17, 2007

Well, if highlight is off, then you most likely dont want to be notified?

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F*U*R*B*Y*   -  Nov 17, 2007

yeah, say you don\'t have highlight on

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Lindrian   -  Nov 17, 2007

$highlight($1-) will check if anything in the text matches your highlight settings (alt+b, -> Highlight)

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F*U*R*B*Y*   -  Nov 17, 2007

sorry for double post, but why use if ($highlight($1-)) { ????

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F*U*R*B*Y*   -  Nov 17, 2007

well when version 6.32 comes out it wouldn\'t work but still contain the tip tool, so with your addon/change it wouldn\'t work in 6.32 and yeah i knew about the -u part, just forgot how to use it :P

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Lindrian   -  Nov 17, 2007

Sorry for the doubble post, but you can use set -u instead of using a timer to remove the variable. /help /set

Also; this is how id code it:

on *:TEXT:*:*: {
  if ($highlight($1-)) {
    if (($version == 6.31) && (!%tip. [ $+ [ $nick ] ])) {
      noop $tip(\'Tray Tip\', $nick , $nick just said your name in $chan with the following message:, 10)
      noop $tip(\'Tray Tip\', Message, $1-, 10)
      beep
      set -u20 %tip. [ $+ [ $nick ] ] true
    }
    else {
      beep
    }
  }
}
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Lindrian   -  Nov 17, 2007

Seems alright, just by looking at the code. but at this line

($version !< 6.31)

Dont you mean,

($version != 6.31)
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