I've moved this project to github in hopes of alleviating some of the headaches caused by maintaining 5+ pages for what is essentially the same project. I also hope the move will motivate others to get involved and contribute to the codebase
You'll need to get the two icons from here:https://www.dropbox.com/s/fbrqlwr5q1pddjj/tictactoeO.ico?dl=0https://www.dropbox.com/s/ed1qd9s02ea9k4z/tictactoeX.ico?dl=0 It is played through a dialog! And sends info with notice!
Before you go ahead and start reading this and trying to put this on your IRC bot, you should know that this requires a DLL and may require IRCop permissions on your server if the server you are going to play on has excess flood limitations. This is a very spammy game and was made purely as a test to see how long it would take to make in mSL.
So i wrote a small little snippet so that when someone quits, your client will msg your active window with R.I.P and the name of the nick that quit. So it should look like this: [18:30] * Geomat (~keith@NewNet-AF1061E4.static.internode.on.net) Quit (Ping timeout: 181 seconds) [18:30] R.I.P Geomat Enjoy.
I'm posting this blindly without a care in the world if it already exists, Creating bots that store dynamic data such as channel topics, parts of topics such as dividers and such are a pain in the backside when it comes to storing variables within mIRC.
I was searching for a quick way to compare two date & times to determine which was newer but was unable to find anything easily modifiable. I cobbled this code together and it seems to work just fine. I'm sure there is a better way to do it but I am pretty new to this. Any questions or suggestions please let me know.
So I've been working on this for a little bit. I wanted to make something where you could have a registration system for all scripts that wanted to support this kind of thing. For example if you had a casino script or trivia script that wanted to register users, you could do so with this script for both of them (assuming they were compatible). I would definitely like to collaborate with mIRC script..