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TsoTsi

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Chat Rooms: Beginner's Guides
« on: November 12, 2005, 08:29:36 am »
I have read GhostShips's and me here's WinMX chat room command line guides, which are extremely useful-  hi and thanks to you both!

To further my education in this, may i ask if someone could please recommend a good beginner's guide to chat rooms in general? In particular chat room commands?

Is it at all possible for instance, in either WPN or OpenNap servers, to search for a particular person through all the chat rooms (as opposed to knowing beforehand in which chat room to find that person). In some cases i would also like to send a message to a server owner, but am unable do it, in spite of the useful command line "help" feature.

Thank you,

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« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2005, 09:49:59 am »
With OpenNap Tso you may already know that you have a perminate hotlist.. this is the best search tool for a person on the network.  This option is not perminate for the WPN.

I think the chat rooms for beginners is a great idea however  there are so many different Chat Servers that folks choose to host rooms with, the commands are harder to do.

Most of these are fairly universal tho in the basic commands, for example:

If your an admin of a room you will most likely need to know how to type messages that only other admins can see.  Called an OP -operators message.
/opmsg <insert whitty text for only admins here>

Its a fairly universal command  that all of the servers use.
Basically the commands that you need will depend on the room you frequent.

If you have any specific commands you need explanations for just let me know..

TsoTsi

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Chat Rooms: Beginner's Guides
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2005, 03:24:45 am »
hi me here! i was actually looking for a pointer to a simple tutorial/readme of some kind, one which is intended solely for beginners. i do realize that there are different strokes for different proggys, but there "must" be some universal guidelines which hold true for all chatrooms?

i have read that RoboMX is a tough one to crack. Is this true? Does it have proper help files which will also include commands?

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Chat Rooms: Beginner's Guides
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2006, 09:03:51 pm »
Quote from: TsoTsi
hi me here! i was actually looking for a pointer to a simple tutorial/readme of some kind, one which is intended solely for beginners. i do realize that there are different strokes for different proggys, but there "must" be some universal guidelines which hold true for all chatrooms?

i have read that RoboMX is a tough one to crack. Is this true? Does it have proper help files which will also include commands?
Did you ever find the information that you were looking for,I also need this information, thanks.

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« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2006, 09:16:22 pm »
RoboMx is a chat client, not a server.
And sorry to disappoint you, but most chat servers have their own sets of commands, so there is no easy tutorial for all kinds of chat servers.
Usually they come with some kind of tutorial or readme though - the commands for KM's WCS for instance are at the download page in the archive.
For WinMx itself there is a file that comes with the original installer of version 3.53 called wpnpchannelcmds.txt which explains all of the commands.
I don't know if it's somewhere on this site, but I can ask the other admins, cause it would be a good thing to have I guess ;)
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« Reply #5 on: February 02, 2006, 09:22:07 pm »
Here it is for now so you can have a look:

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WinMX Peer Networking Protocol
Channel Commands

[This documentation is subject to change.]
Last updated June 29, 2004.



/clr
Clears the local channel display.

/log [filename]
With parameter, starts logging all locally displayed text to filename.txt in the WinMX program folder.
Without parameter, stops logging.

/channelname
Shows the name of the channel you are in (good for cut/paste).
Access Level Needed: 5

/level [<user>]
Without parameter, informs user of their own access level.
Access Level Needed:  any
With parameter, retrieves the access level of another user in the channel.
Access Level Needed:  190 by default, always the same as with /setuserlevel, change with /level_auth_setuserlevel

/login <passphrase>
Login with an assigned passphrase.
Access Level Needed:  20 by default, change with /level_auth_login

/action <text>
/me <text>
/emote <text>
Access Level Needed:  level needed for voice +10 (60 by default), change voice level with /setvoicelevel

/topic <new topic>
Access Level Needed:  110 by default, change with /level_auth_topic

/motd
/setmotd <new message-of-the-day>
Access Level Needed:  120 by default, change with /level_auth_setmotd

/opmsg <message>
Send a message only to operators in channel.
Access Level Needed:  130 by default, change with /level_auth_opmsg

/kick <user>
Access Level Needed:  140 by default, change with /level_auth_kick

/ban <user> [optional minutes, or 255 for forever]
The minutes parameter is only processed for calling users whose access level is above 160 (which can be changed with

/level_override_defbanmin).  If the parameter isn't processed or one isn't provided, the duration will be 5 minutes by default or whatever has been set with /setdefbanmin.
Access Level Needed:  150 by default, change with /level_auth_ban

/kickban <user> [optional minutes, or 255 for forever]
Access Level Needed:  150 by default, or the lower of /level_auth_ban and /level_auth_kick

/banip <user> <ip>[/nm] [optional minutes, or 255 for forever]      ( nm = netmask 32-16 )
Same as /ban, except the user doesn't have to still be in the room, and an IP corresponding to the user must be specified.  An optional subnet parameter can make it possible to block large ranges of IPs up to /16 (65536 IPs).
Access Level Needed:  155 by default, change with /level_auth_banip

/unban <user>
Access Level Needed:  155 by default, change with /level_auth_unban

/listbans
Access Level Needed:  160 by default, change with /level_auth_listbans

/clearbans
Access Level Needed:  170 by default, change with /level_auth_clearbans

/setvoicelevel <level 5-230>
Sets the minimum access level required for messages typed to be seen by other users in the channel.  The default is 50.  The minimum level for /action messages to be seen by others is 10 above the level for regular messages.
Access Level Needed:  170 by default, change with /level_auth_setvoicelevel

/setuserlevel <user> <level 5-230>
Sets a user's access level.  See also /level_slagm (/level_margin_setuserlevel <level 0-230>) below for details.
Access Level Needed:  190 by default, change with /level_auth_setuserlevel

/setdeflevel <level 5-230>
Sets the level all users will be set to upon channel entry (default=65).
Access Level Needed:  190 by default, change with /level_auth_setdeflevel

/limit or /setlimit <5-600 users>
Sets the user limit for the channel.  Once this limit is hit, new joins are rejected.  The /limit command without parameters displays the current limit.
Access Level Needed:  190 by default, change with /level_auth_setlimit

/kickall [<max access level to kick>]
/clearchannel [<max access level to kick>]
Access Level Needed:  200 by default, change with /level_auth_kickall

/watchcmds [<min level> <max level>]
Allows you to watch channel commands from other users.
Access Level Needed:  200 by default, change with /level_auth_watchcmds

/redirect <destination channel name>
Redirects all currently present users with level below 210 to destination channel.
Access Level Needed:  210 by default, change with /level_auth_redirect

/allowincomingredirect <0-1>
If this is set to 1, clients redirecting from other channels will fail to login.
[Note:  Incoming clients prior to v3.52 do not send referrer information to channel hosts and can not be blocked from redirecting.]
Access Level Needed:  210 by default, change with /level_auth_allowincomingredirect

/setchannelname <new channel name>
Access Level Needed:  215 by default, change with /level_auth_setchannelname

/setchannelvisible <0-1>
If set to 1 (the default), channel will show up in channel lists.
Access Level Needed: 220 by default, change with /level_auth_setchannelvisible

/mklogin <access level 5-230> <passphrase>
/rmlogin <passphrase>
Adds and removes logins.  Passphrase can contain spaces.
Access Level Needed:  220 by default, change with /level_auth_loginedit

/lslogin
List all logins.
Access Level Needed:  225 by default, change with /level_auth_lslogin

/clearlogins
Clears all logins.
Access Level Needed:  225 by default, change with /level_auth_clearlogins

/level_disp_voice <level 5-255>
Users ABOVE (not equal to) this level will have a + next to their name to indicate they have a voice in a moderated environment, unless they qualify for a @ next to their name (see /level_dispop below.)  Default is 120.
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_disp_op <level 5-255>
Users ABOVE this level will have a @ next to their name to indicate they are an op/moderator.  Default is 120.
Access Level Needed:  220

/setdefbanmin <minutes 1-255>
Sets the default ban duration in minutes.  255 is non-expiring.  The default is 5 minutes.
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_override_defbanmin <level 5-230>
Users with this minimum level can override the default ban duration.  The default is 165.
Access Level Needed:  220

/setssbthreshsec <seconds 5-230>
A short-stay is defined as a visit under this many seconds.  The default value is 25 seconds.
Access Level Needed:  220

/setssbmin <minutes 1-230>
Sets the short-stay ban duration in minutes.  The default is 2 minutes.
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_override_ssb <level 5-230>
Users with this minimum level can't be banned for a short-stay.  The default is 120.
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_override_floodkick <level 5-230>
Users with access levels equal or better than this will not be auto-kicked for flooding.  Default is 190.
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_margin_kickban <level 5-230>
An admins access level minus this value is the highest level that can be kicked by that admin.
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_margin_setuserlevel <level 0-230>
The /setuserlevel max you can set others to is this value below your own access unless your level is >205.  The default value is 5.
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_margin_watchcmds <level 5-230>
An admins access level minus this value is the highest level that can have commands watched by that admin.
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_override_watchcmdsfilter <level 5-255>
Admins with access level above this will see raw commands without and login censoring or unknown command blocking.  (default=235)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_opmsg <level 5-230>
This is the minimum access level needed to view all /opmsg.  (default=130)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_joinips   <level 5-230>
Sets minimum level to see IPs when people join channel (default=120).
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_ownlevelchange <level 5-230>
Sets minimum level to be notified level has changed and admin who changed it.  (default=70)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_alllevelchange <level 5-230>
Sets minimum level to be notified other users level has changed and admin who changed it.  (default=125)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_maxlevelchange <level 5-230>
Level changes to higher level than this will not generate any notifications with admin name that is setting level.  (default=220)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_ownlevelchangeanon <level 5-230>
Sets minimum level to be notified level has changed without admin name who changed it.  (default=40)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_alllevelchangeanon <level 5-230>
Sets minimum level to be notified other users level has changed without admin name who changed it.  (default=55)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_maxlevelchangeanon <level 5-230>
Level changes to higher level than this will not generate any notifications without admin name who changed it.  (default=180)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_kick <level 5-230>
Sets minimum level to see kick notifications with admin names.  (default=55)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_kickanon <level 5-230>
Sets minimum level to see kick notifications without admin names.  (default=40)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_kickmaxlevel <level 5-255>
An admin with a level above this will not generate any notifications when kicking.  (default=255)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_ban <level 5-230>
Sets minimum level to see ban notifications with admin names.  (default=55)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_bananon <level 5-230>
Sets minimum level to see ban notifications without admin names.  (default=40)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_banduration <level 5-230>
If a user sees a ban notification and are at or above this level, they will see the duration of the ban. (default=40)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_banmaxlevel <level 5-255>
An admin with a level above this will not generate any notification when banning.  (default=255)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_adminflaggedmsgthresh<level 5-230>
Users at or above this level will have their channel messages with different color <brackets>.  (default=140)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_adminflaggedmsg <level 5-230>
Users below this level will not see admin channel messages with different color <brackets>.  (default=40)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_longusernames <level 5-255>
Users above this level will see user names with the trailing _12345 .  (default=255)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_view_longusernamechanges <level 5-255>
Users above this level will see user name change notifications when a user name changes including the trailing _12345 .  (default=255)
Access Level Needed:  220

/level_auth_login <level 5-230>  (default 20)
/level_auth_loginedit <level 5-230>  (default 220)
/level_auth_lslogin <level 5-230>  (default 225)
/level_auth_clearlogins <level 5-230>  (default 225)
/level_auth_setvoicelevel <level 5-230>  (default 170)
/level_auth_setuserlevel <level 5-230>  (default 190)
/level_auth_setdeflevel <level 5-230>  (default 190)
/level_auth_topic <level 5-230>  (default 110)
/level_auth_setmotd <level 5-230>  (default 120)
/level_auth_kick <level 5-230>  (default 140)
/level_auth_ban <level 5-230>  (default 150)
/level_auth_unban <level 5-230>  (default 155)
/level_auth_banip <level 5-230>  (default 155)
/level_auth_listbans <level 5-230>  (default 160)
/level_auth_clearbans <level 5-230>  (default 170)
/level_auth_setlimit <level 5-230>  (default 190)
/level_auth_kickall <level 5-230>  (default 200)
/level_auth_redirect <level 5-230> (default 210)
/level_auth_allowincomingredirect <level 5-230> (default 210)
/level_auth_setchannelname <level 5-230>  (default 215)
/level_auth_setchannelvisible <level 5-230>  (default 220)
/level_auth_watchcmds <level 5-230>  (default 200)
/level_auth_opmsg <level 5-230>  (default 130)
Sets the required access level to use the respective / command.
Access Level Needed:  220

/savecfg <1-100>
Saves the current channel config to a text file in the WinMX program folder of the host.
Access Level Needed:  225

/loadcfg <1-1000>
Loads a channel config file from the host's WinMX program folder.  A higher parameter is allowed for this to allow hosts to create read-only config files.
Access Level Needed:  225
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