Channel Event Messages

By ZirixZero on Sep 05, 2010

Just the simple things that happen in a channel. Place in remote. It's just when someone joins, leaves, gets kicked/banned/unbanned.

Example on mIRC:

  • ZirixZero (bloopity blah blah) has joined #Outpost
    <&Cyclone> ZirixZero has joined #Outpost

S: outpost.zapto.org
C: #Outpost

on !*:join:#:{
  msg # $nick has joined $chan
}

on !*:kick:#:{
  msg # $knick has been kicked from $chan
}

on !*:ban:#:{
  msg # $bnick has been banned from $chan
}

on !*:unban:#:{
  msg # $bnick has been unbanned from $chan
}

on !*:part:#:{
  msg # $nick has left $chan
}

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ZirixZero   -  Sep 06, 2010

I made it for eris flash chat for me. I forgot about mIRC notices you. Pointless, no.

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Snip3KitTy   -  Sep 05, 2010

why not instead of

on !*:join:#:{
  msg # $nick has joined $chan
}

on !*:kick:#:{
  msg # $knick has been kicked from $chan
}

on !*:ban:#:{
  msg # $bnick has been banned from $chan
}

on !*:unban:#:{
  msg # $bnick has been unbanned from $chan
}

on !*:part:#:{
  msg # $nick has left $chan
}

Have it as:

on !*:join:#:{
  msg yournickhere $nick has joined $chan
}

on !*:kick:#:{
  msg yournickhere $knick has been kicked from $chan
}

on !*:ban:#:{
  msg yournickhere $bnick has been banned from $chan
}

on !*:unban:#:{
  msg yournickhere $bnick has been unbanned from $chan
}

on !*:part:#:{
  msg yournickhere $nick has left $chan
}

That way it can msg you directly or if you wanted it for your own remotes instead of your bots have it like this:

on !*:join:#:{
  echo -a $nick has joined $chan
}

on !*:kick:#:{
  echo -a $knick has been kicked from $chan
}

on !*:ban:#:{
 echo -a $bnick has been banned from $chan
}

on !*:unban:#:{
  echo -a $bnick has been unbanned from $chan
}

on !*:part:#:{
  echo -a $nick has left $chan
}
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Jethro   -  Sep 05, 2010

No offense here, but this is rather pointless. You should use the ^ event prefix to create a different custom notification from the default ones. According to the help file:> The ^ event prefix

You can prevent the default text for an event from being shown by using the ^ prefix in an event definition. This allows you to show your own custom event messages.

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Lucius   -  Sep 05, 2010

irc does that anyway, why would you want to say it in channel when others already see it?

Example on mIRC:

  • ZirixZero (bloopity blah blah) has joined #Outpost
    <&Cyclone> ZirixZero has joined #Outpost
    repeating messages is a quick way to flood out, what happens if there is a netsplit?
    I really don't see the point to it.
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