Simple Topic Changer

By MagicRevealer09 on Feb 13, 2010

A simple topic changer to changer your topic :P

Triggers:

!t = Start of the topic, then there will be a /

!status = Middle of the topic, then there will be a /

!static = End of topic

Change the triggers to fit your needs. I used !t because I have GeekShed in my channel, so it would just go it him

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on *:TEXT:*:#:{

  if ( $nick isop $chan && $me isop $chan ) {

    if ( $1 == !t ) { /topic $chan $2- / %status / %static | /set %topic $2-  }

    if ( $1 == !status) { /topic $chan %topic / $2- / %static | /set %status $2- }

    if ( $1 == !static ) { /topic $chan %topic / %status / $2- | /set %static $2- }
  }
}
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jonesy44   -  Feb 15, 2010

I think the idea, Jethro. Is you can control 3 sections of the topic.

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Jethro   -  Feb 13, 2010

This: [quote]on :TEXT::#:{

         if ( $nick isop $chan && $me isop $chan ) {[/quote]You should make the || as && so mirc will make sure the client running the code is opped and the nick is an op. Using || will make either of them optional (even without being an op) You can also shorten the code a bit by using:
on @*:TEXT:*:#:{
  if ($nick isop $chan) {

Which is the same as using $me isop $chan and $nick isop $chan

I don't get the whole business with those three !t, !status, and !static commands. They look rather redundant to me, as opposed to that of the use of variables.

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