Ok, here is a quick one.
Time To go:/me says its time to go . Have a nice day $$1- , Bye everybody | /part #
Next time when you want to quit hold down the [Ctrl]
key, and left click on your friends nick, then right
click and click on [Time to part]
If you want to type in the part msg yourself try
Here is another one /pp /$read $$? C:\mirc\part.txt
Make a new text file and name it Part.txt .
/me wants to stay but
duty calls..must go :-)
Notice $active , it's another identifier it returns the full name of the currently active window.
OK lets see what we can do with this text file.
Notice $$? a dialogue box will open where you have to enter your parameters. Don't worry if you still can't understand anything. Will come to that soon :)
Next time you're in a channel type:-
Hmm.. what will happen if you don't type anything? Try it.
Ok, no time to experiment? I will tell you what will happen. mIRC will read randomly any line :)
Make some changes
Lets make some changes to our Part.txt
You can keep your old Part alias:-
/p /part #
Next time when you want to part a channel in style just type /pp . mIRC will prompt you for your part message, then inform everybody in the channel that you're leaving and part the channel. Amazing, isn't it?
Or you can part without a message by typing just /p .
See how easy it is. Hmmm... I wonder if we can do the same for our quit command.
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