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just dicoverd some nice options in xchat for createing custom commands, most of you will probably allready know of this but heer it is for those who dont: edit xchat ...
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- 03-01-2004 #1
- Join Date
- Jul 2003
- Stockholm, Sweden
Cool xchat options
just dicoverd some nice options in xchat for createing custom commands, most of you will probably allready know of this but heer it is for those who dont:
edit xchat - settings - User Commands -create new - (now int he first field enter the name of the command like IDENTIFY for example) - IDENTIFY - then the actualy real command - msg nickserv identify password -
now when you want to identify all you have to do is type /identify :D
you can allso add recover and release and have it do it when you join irc automaticaly.
14. How do I execute multiple commands in one line?
There are two ways to do this:
* You can create two UserCommands, with the same name, and then execute the UserCommand. It will be executed in the same order as it's written in the UserCommands gui.
* /LOAD -e <textfile>, where <textfile> is a full pathname to a file containing commands on each line.
edit: you might need to add /timer command between the other commands int he text file