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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
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