A little custom timestamp NICK!

By log2
Platform:  mIRC
Published  Mar 09, 2005
Updated  Sep 04, 2008
This is when you see the <$nick> or ($nick) It changes it to look like:
+/%/@ <-- Depending on their status ($timestamp /\ $nick) @/%/+
And you can change on to a certain person who you want to pay attention to.. Doesn't change yours on ^*:TEXT:*:#: {
if ($nick == SPECIAL NICK!!!) {
echo -ti2mbfl # 1,11(12*<1,12|12,11>4*1 $+ $nick $+ 12*4<1,4|4,11>*1) $1- | haltdef
}
else if ($nick isop $chan) {
echo -ti2mbfl # 1,4@( $+ $timestamp /\ $nick $+ )@ $1- | haltdef
}
else if ($nick ishop $chan) {
echo -ti2mbfl # 1,9%( $+ $timestamp /\ $nick $+ )% $1- | haltdef
}
else if ($nick isvoice $chan) {
echo -ti2mbfl # 1,8+( $+ $timestamp /\ $nick $+ )+ $1- | haltdef
}
else {
echo -ti2mbfl # ( $+ $timestamp /\ $nick $+ ) $1- | haltdef
}
}

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Ville   -  Mar 21, 2005
Good job.
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log2   -  Mar 14, 2005
by the way.. I changed the name, and I added the -ti2mbfl into it
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tye   -  Mar 13, 2005
you should add some switches to the /echo such as: /echo -ti2mbfl. The -t will add a timestamp if timestamping is on, i2 will cause wrapped text to be indented, m will cause the window to be highlighted with the \'message\' colour instead of the event colour and bfl will apply beep, flashing and highlighting options as configured in the mIRC options.
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DarthReven   -  Mar 13, 2005
yes log it does but its not really a \"timestamp\" persay though it does look nice in its own right
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log2   -  Mar 13, 2005
but it shows the timestamp so if people want very cool and custom time stamp, they will come
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StonedStoner   -  Mar 12, 2005
this would be nick chars not timestamp...
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splatted   -  Mar 10, 2005
Very useful - with some modification to this snippet, a potential use, you can keep track of past trolls to channel, or perhaps people who have been kicked from channel in past.
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