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Posted by norti
 - 09 February, 2004, 21:09:09
Uuuh.... sorry... it can be done  :lol:

Looks like I was asleep when I tried to read and understand your question :D

Posted by Tiborka84
 - 09 February, 2004, 01:43:14
You can do it easyly, here is an example:
add new command
type: chat
context: user menu
name: timeban
command: !warn %[nick] %[line:Warning message]
then click: OK
the command (!warn) can be anything that your hub uses
so it can be ban, nickban, getinfo etc.
so %[line:Anything] pops up an 'Anything' box
thats all :)
Posted by norti
 - 08 February, 2004, 15:33:20
You can't do that with user commands :(
Posted by Guinnesstain
 - 07 February, 2004, 21:11:12
when you right click a user name then 'kick', a 'reason' box pops up. how do i create a user command like this for   'warn' 'nickban'  etc?
Posted by GeoS
 - 13 January, 2004, 16:29:49
Here you have some examples about more complicated RAW commands (to which in fact are converted to user commands):

BTW Some of this variables are only in DC++k and so on.
Posted by Guinnesstain
 - 13 January, 2004, 03:37:52


Could you please tell me all the diff variables for the User Commands?

what they mean and what they do. and maybe possible uses of them.


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