Sugestion: /msg x INVITEALL

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xplo
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Sugestion: /msg x INVITEALL

Post by xplo »

Hey, this topic is making reference to the new INVITE Command that X will invite you in specified channels.

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/msg x modinfo #Chan INVITE on|off


I, as a mIRC Scripting person LOVE this command, its bypassing targets and helps out with autojoin scripts.

But lets say you use a command to part all the channels you are on. (/partall or /close..) and you would like to trigger X to invite you back in all the specified channels, it would be neat to have a command like this one

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/msg x INVITEALL 

So it triggers the invite system procedures.

Viewed by the eye of a scripter it would be awesome. I know we could just simply use something like

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alias inviteall { 
  .msg x invite #chan1
  .msg x invite #chan2
  .msg x invite #chan3
}

BUT, if the list is too big, it could make you go in X's ignore list for a whole hour.

Just my 2¢

And Constructive Feedback would be awesome.
Last edited by xplo on Sun Oct 17, 2010 6:36 am, edited 1 time in total.
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.

zoro-
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Post by zoro- »

Awsome idea mate , sice rarely who think to create such commands as a normal users with low Previlage... and i like the command type its so usefull

good work my friend , just keep the good work growing up ;)
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Rufus
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Post by Rufus »

If you used/partall and no longer on channels, well, it's a lot easier to just reconnect, re-login and have X invite you back, don't you think?

xplo
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Post by xplo »

Rufus wrote:If you used/partall and no longer on channels, well, it's a lot easier to just reconnect, re-login and have X invite you back, don't you think?


On undernet we do NOT have a nickname service, so this would give the chance to other people to steal it.

I call this accomodating :) :chinese:
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Rufus
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Post by Rufus »

/me still doesn't get it what's so important re nicknames :)

xplo
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Post by xplo »

Rufus wrote:/me still doesn't get it what's so important re nicknames :)

its your identity..
nicknames might be free on undernet, but its still your nickname..
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Post by xplora »

xplo wrote:
Rufus wrote:/me still doesn't get it what's so important re nicknames :)

its your identity..
nicknames might be free on undernet, but its still your nickname..


Actually it's not "your nickname". A nickname is a nickname, nothing more, nicknames are not owned on Undernet. In fact, the only truly protected nicknames on Undernet, are those reserved for services.
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m3alem
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Post by m3alem »

Good idea, the command is "/msg X modinfo <#channel> INVITE [on|off]" not what you mentionned