Chan/Nick Forbid

By Gemster on Jul 27, 2010

A channel and nickname forbid dialog. With this dialog you can manage all aspects of the forbid commands ie: add channel forbids, nickname forbids, remove forbids ect.

There is also a nice little list that will display all the forbidden channels and nickname on the server with a "Delete Selected" button to make things simple :D

Also a little counter added that will display how many channels/nicks are forbidden.

To add: open remotes (alt+r) add to a new file. To use: right click in any channel or status window and click "Chan/Nick Forbid"

PS - You must be an ircop to use this.

Have Fun Gemster

on *:DIALOG:fdnscs:init:0: {
  msg chanserv list * forbidden
  msg nickserv list * forbidden
  .timerfdnscs 1 2 loadbuf -o fdnscs 1 fdcs.txt
  .timerfdnscs1 1 2 did -h fdnscs 7
  set %fdnscs true
  did -h fdnscs 6,10-14,18
}

dialog fdnscs {
  title "Forbidden Channel/Nick"
  size -1 -1 117 246
  option dbu
  list 1, 4 64 109 137, size
  button "Delete Selected", 2, 32 216 53 10
  edit "< #channel >", 3, 8 24 68 10
  button "Add  Forbid", 4, 23 48 37 10
  button "NickServ", 5, 40 4 37 10
  button "ChanServ", 6, 40 4 37 10
  text "Please Wait... Loading List", 7, 5 133 107 8, center
  box "Add Channel Forbid", 8, 4 16 109 45
  edit "< reason >", 9, 8 36 68 10
  box "Add Nick Forbid", 10, 4 16 109 45
  edit "< nickname >", 11, 8 24 68 10
  edit "< reason >", 12, 8 36 68 10
  button "Add  Forbid", 13, 23 48 37 10
  button "Delete Selected", 14, 32 216 53 10
  button "Done", 15, 46 232 25 10, ok cancel
  text "Number of forbidden channels:", 16, 4 204 76 8
  edit "", 17, 83 203 19 10, read
  text "Number of forbidden nicks:", 18, 4 204 76 8
}

on ^*:notice:*:*: {
  if ($nick == Chanserv) && (%fdnscs != $null) { .write fdcs.txt $1
    .write -dslist fdcs.txt
    .write -dsend fdcs.txt
    .write -dschannel fdcs.txt
    did -ra fdnscs 17 $lines(fdcs.txt)
  }
  if ($nick == Nickserv) && (%fdnscs != $null) { .write fdns.txt $1 
    .write -dslist fdns.txt
    .write -dsend fdns.txt
    .write -dsnick fdns.txt
  }
  if (%fdnscs != $null) { halt } 
}
on *:dialog:fdnscs:close:*:{ write -c fdcs.txt
  write -c fdns.txt
  unset %fdnscs
}
on *:dialog:fdnscs:sclick:5:{ loadbuf -or fdnscs 1 fdns.txt 
  did -v fdnscs 6,10-14,18
  did -h fdnscs 5,3,4,8,9,2,16
  did -ra fdnscs 17 $lines(fdns.txt)
}
on *:dialog:fdnscs:sclick:6:{ loadbuf -or fdnscs 1 fdcs.txt 
  did -v fdnscs 5,3,4,8,9,2,16
  did -h fdnscs 6,10-14,18
  did -ra fdnscs 17 $lines(fdcs.txt)
}
on *:dialog:fdnscs:sclick:4:{ msg Chanserv forbid $did(3) $did (9)
  write fdcs.txt $did(3)
  loadbuf -or fdnscs 1 fdcs.txt
  did -ra fdnscs 17 $lines(fdcs.txt)
}
on *:dialog:fdnscs:sclick:13:{ msg Nickserv forbid $did(11) $did (12)
  write fdns.txt $did(11)
  loadbuf -or fdnscs 1 fdns.txt
  did -ra fdnscs 17 $lines(fdns.txt)
}
on *:dialog:fdnscs:sclick:2:{ msg Chanserv drop $did(1).seltext
  write -ds $+ $did(1).seltext fdcs.txt
  loadbuf -or fdnscs 1 fdcs.txt
  did -ra fdnscs 17 $lines(fdcs.txt)
}
on *:dialog:fdnscs:sclick:14:{ msg Nickserv drop $did(1).seltext
  write -ds $+ $did(1).seltext fdns.txt
  loadbuf -or fdnscs 1 fdns.txt
  did -ra fdnscs 17 $lines(fdns.txt)
}

Menu channel,status { 
  &Chan/Nick Forbid:/dialog -m fdnscs fdnscs
}

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Gemster   -  Jul 07, 2011

PyThOn, if you forbid the nick "admin" no user can use that nick. if you forbid the channel "#serv" no user can join that channel.

Its a common command that ircops use most of the time, I just made it easyer to add/del/list them in a nice little dialog :)

Thanks

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PyThOn   -  Jul 07, 2011

Thanks for answering it. Napa182

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PyThOn   -  Jul 07, 2011

I am a net admin and an IRCop So Yeah. I want to know what this Script does.

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napa182   -  Jul 07, 2011

PyThOn wrote:

What exactly does this script do?

PyThOn if you are a net admin or a ircop on a server then you would know about nick/channel forbid, and what it does. It gives away what it does in its name hence Chan/Nick Forbid. You can Forbid a nick or a channel from being on a server.

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PyThOn   -  Jul 07, 2011

What exactly does this script do?

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SnoooP   -  Jul 27, 2010

haha I didn't even think on, I tested it on a network with 5/6 forbids, nice script anyway, I love anything that helps me be a lazy bastard :P

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Gemster   -  Jul 27, 2010

Thanks Snooop,

think it would be better if the dialog was smaller, I personally think it was to long.

Well a lot of servers will probs have over a hundred channels forbided. My own net has 116 but was more befor i removed few lol.

Anyways making it smaller is simple enough but i found it harder to view large lists in a smaller list window there for the size of it. But to be honest i dont think its too long at all. There are many script out there that are way to big for what there used for and loads of space. I tryed to keep this dialog tight to minimize the space used without making it too crowded.

Thanks Gemster

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SnoooP   -  Jul 27, 2010

Pretty neat script but I couldn't help but think it would be better if the dialog was smaller, I personally think it was to long.

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