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- (valid user) commands

  • output
  • host
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  • access


  • DISPLAY global & local user's accesses/flags.

    Syntax chan: !access [$nick|$user] [-now]
    Syntax msg: /msg <BotNick> access [$nick|$user] [-now]

    Description:

    $nick - the user's nick to wiew the accesses info. The BOT will check if this person has an user or not on BOT. If it has no user - the BOT will announce you about. Sometimes it may happen that there is already an user on BOT with same name as the nick on channel, but the user's host does not correspond to the nick's host currently on channel. In this case the BOT will warn you, that there is already an user on BOT with same name as nick but with a different host. If you are sure that the nick on channel is the same person as the BOT's current user - use the parameter "-now" to enforce the BOT to say the accesses info. Another option in this case, which is more secure - you can ask the person to authorise on BOT - in order to have the new host registered & to be recognised by BOT (global +v access level requireed).
    $user - user on BOT to wiew the accesses info (global +v access level requireed).

    -now - enforce the BOT to say the accesses info when there is an user which host does not correspond to the curent nick on channel.

    Example: !access niqu or /msg DELPHINUS access edyy

    Note: see also the commands whois, userinfo, chattr & chattrgl .

  • pass
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  • newhandle

~ (common) commands

GLOBAL USER

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o (op) commands

v (voice) commands