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BlackSheeP
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About the global notice

Post by BlackSheeP »

I don't know about others but i do not like the global notice about #class and other channs.. it's enough all the so called 'helpers' you want more ?

MrEen
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Post by MrEen »

BlackSheeP wrote:I don't know about others but i do not like the global notice about #class and other channs.. it's enough all the so called 'helpers' you want more ?


#class and #opschool are official Undernet help channels (I'm pretty sure.) You will not be able to stop global notices advertising classes in these channels (without some scripting.)

If you use mIRC, you can use this: /ignore -n *!*@*

Note: This will ignore notices from anybody/everybody that sends you a notice. (That may not be a bad thing.) :)

If those that send these notices could use a static IP or userID or something, a simple script could be used to hide these notices. For example, if all notices came from *!class@* or *!opschool@* or even using the same nick every time, we could script out the notice entirely without preventing most other notices from being seen.

As these channels are generally used to educate newer users of Undernet, I can assure you that no action will be taken to facilitate the above. Instead, try to keep track of errors (spelling, grammar, etc.,) so we can at least hope to see an improvement in the content of these messages (assuming enough people send this info to those responsible.)
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Xaifas
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Post by Xaifas »

BlackSheeP wrote:I don't know about others but i do not like the global notice about #class and other channs.. it's enough all the so called 'helpers' you want more ?


on $*:NOTICE:/(?:\x23class|\x23opschool)/i:*:{ halt }

add that to remote ( alt +r )
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BlackSheeP
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Post by BlackSheeP »

thanks for your solution, Xaifas :D it seems MrEen missed my point. I didn't said i'm against Official channels, i've just said i don't like the Global Notice. Undernet needs chat users, not wannabe users..

Xaifas
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Post by Xaifas »

anytime :thumbsup:
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Post by See »

First forum post that made me laugh, cool one! #class and #opschool are made just for users that don`t know much about irc or/and undernet - to learn something about flood protection and etc etc. If you don`t like them, you already got assisted in that point. But again, if you already think you know so much, some people don`t - enjoy undernet
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BlackSheeP
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Post by BlackSheeP »

ooh :) finaly a #class 'tutor' is that something official or you are just a wannabe ? :D I don't want to replay again and you'll start laughing..

MrEen
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Post by MrEen »

BlackSheeP wrote:thanks for your solution, Xaifas :D it seems MrEen missed my point. I didn't said i'm against Official channels, i've just said i don't like the Global Notice. Undernet needs chat users, not wannabe users..


I did not miss your point. Re-read the first line of my reply.

I will agree the rest of my reply had next to nothing to do with your original post.

MrEen
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MrEen
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Post by MrEen »

Xaifas wrote:
BlackSheeP wrote:I don't know about others but i do not like the global notice about #class and other channs.. it's enough all the so called 'helpers' you want more ?


on $*:NOTICE:/(?:\x23class|\x23opschool)/i:*:{ halt }

add that to remote ( alt +r )


Added that; remotes are on; had to wait for Friday to find out it didn't work.
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Xaifas
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Post by Xaifas »

Either u got another on notice event with same format, or the notice that its being recieved is from server then u need on $*:ONOTICE

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MrEen
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Post by MrEen »

Xaifas wrote:Either u got another on notice event with same format, or the notice that its being recieved is from server then u need on $*:ONOTICE

:oops:


Well, I'm assuming a global notice would be coming from the server, so I'll give that a try.
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maluda
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Post by maluda »

thanks for the work here, but still many querries of mine are unanswered within me, i am new to this place, is the question-answer session of this place still working, please PM if it is!

xplo
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Post by xplo »

MrEen wrote:Well, I'm assuming a global notice would be coming from the server, so I'll give that a try.


This notice comes from an ircop with the command /notice $*.undernet.org <text>

its not a server notice or a ONOTICE like xaifas stated above.

its exactly like a/notice that someone sends you.


Maybe #Class could try to use the same nick for the global notices. (The bot or something)

Regards

xplorer
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MrEen
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Post by MrEen »

Em3r1c4 wrote:
This notice comes from an ircop with the command /notice $*.undernet.org <text>

its not a server notice or a ONOTICE like xaifas stated above.

its exactly like a/notice that someone sends you.


Regards

xplorer


I find that last statement unlikely (I'm not saying you're wrong) as my attempts to script it into oblivion have failed using both a normal on notice as well as the line Xaifas gave, in both cases trying halt as well as haltdef. I'll add some echos to test what's happening before Friday to see what I can discover as well as turning on debug if I remember by then.

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xplo
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Post by xplo »

you could use this remote script line in your mIRC's remotes.

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on ^*:NOTICE:*:*:{ if (#class isin $1-) { halt } }


this will make sure that if you recieve a notice with #CLASS in it, you will not see it.

The notices about #class changes from time to time..

If you want to add one for #opschool too just add a 2nd line

Ex:.

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on ^*:NOTICE:*:*:{ if (#class isin $1-) { halt } }
on ^*:NOTICE:*:*:{ if (#opschool isin $1-) { halt } }


The code might look too simple, but i think that this way some people may understand it better then using Regex like The one Above..

Regards, xplorer.
Go to hell with your questions, my time is done here. It was fun, but this network is sooooo corrupted by morons, its not worth it.