## mIRC Commands

#### /alias [filename] <aliasname> <commands> This will add, remove, or replace an alias. To add a new alias, you can use: /alias /hi /me says hi! This will add the /hi alias to the bottom of the aliases list. To remove an alias type /alias /hi /ame <text> This will send an action to all channels you're on. /amsg <text> This will send your line of text to all channels you're on. /auser <level> <nick|address> This will add a user to the remote users list. Levels can be numbers or letters/words.

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#### /closemsg [windowname] Closes the specified message window.

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#### /flash [-wb] <text> This flashes the mIRC Icon (in the upper left corner) with the specified text in the titlebar when mIRC is not the active application. -b makes mIRC beep every second. -w makes mIRC play the "Flash Sound" specified in the "Event Beeps" section.

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#### /remote [on|off] This sets your remotes on or off. /remove <c:\path\filename> This will delete the requested file

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#### /resetidle [seconds] This resets your $idle to the number of seconds you specify. /rlevel <accesslevel> This removes all users of a particular levelfrom the remote users list. /rmdir <dirname> This will delete the directory. The directory can only be deleted if it is empty. /run [-n] <filename> [parameters] Runs the specified program. /run notepad.exe This will open notepad. /run info.txt This will open info.txt in notepad. /ruser [-r] <nick[!]|address> [type] This will remove the specified user from the remote users list. | back to the top | A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W | /save <-pscqnm|-ruv> <filename> This will saves the specified file. (popup, remote, users, variables). /save -ps status.ini saves the status popup to status.ini /save -pn nick.ini saves the nickname list popup to nick.ini /save -ru users.ini saves the user list to users.ini /save -rv vars.ini saves the variables list to vars.ini /savebuf [-sga] [lines] <window> <filename> This will save the number of [lines] from the end of the buffer of the <window> into the <filename>. /savebuf 15 @window test.txt This saves the last 15 lines in custom window @window to test.txt. /savebuf 15-30 @window test.txt This will save lines 10 to 40 in custom window @window to test.txt. -s saves the status window buffer -g switch saves the finger window buffer -a switch makes it append the text to the end of a file instead of overwriting it. /saveini This will update all mIRC-related .ini files with the current settings. /savebuf [lines] <window> <filename> This saves lines from the buffer of a window to a specified file. /say <text> This will send whatever you want to say, to the active window. /Say is particularly useful in an alias, created to easily say something you need to repeat often, without retyping each time. Example: (this should be in an alias file) /mr /say Hi,$1 \$+ . Anything IRC-related we can help you with? To use the alias, you would type, in the channel: "/mr nick". It should return, "Hi, nick. Anything IRC-related we can help you with?" | back to the top | A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W | /server [server name] [port] This will connect you to the specified server.   /server –m [server name] [port] This will opens a new window and connect to a new server without disconnecting from your existing server.   /set and /unset This allows you to set and unset your variables. /showmirc -nrstx This command will change how your main mIRC window appears. -n minimize -r restore -s show -t tray -x maximize. /sound [nickname|#channel] <filename.wav> <action text> This will play a sound to a nick or channel with optional accompanying text.. /speak <text> Sends the specified text to a "text to speech" program which will speak the text. | back to the top | A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W | /splay [-qwm] <filename> Plays the specified .wav or .mid file only to yourself. /splay will stop a file that is playing. -q allows you to queue .wav and .mid sounds for playing. -wm are used to stop the playing of .wavs, .mids or both. (/splay -wm stop|allow) /sreq [+m|-m] [ask | auto | ignore] This allows you to set your DCC options to "ask before accepting", "accepting automatically" (a bad idea if someone is sending a virus), or to "ignore files sent by DCC. The +m and -m will turn the minimize setting on and off. /strip [+-burc] Turns control code stripping options in Options dialog on/off. b is bold u is underlined r is reverse c is color /strip +bur-c would turn bold, underline, reverse stripping on, and turn colour stripping off. | back to the top | A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W | /time This will return the correct time for the server you are using.   /timer[N] <repetitions> <interval in seconds> <command> [| <more commands>] This command activates a timer. /timers This will show you a list of your active timers /timer1 This will show you the settings for timer1. /timer1 off will turn off timer 1   /timestamp [-a|e|s] [on|off] [window] This will turn on/off timestamping in windows. -s status window -a active window -e every window   /titlebar <text> This sets mIRC's titlebar to the specified text.   /topic <#channel> <newtopic> changes the topic for the specified channel.   /unload <-a|-rs> <filename> unloads the specified alias or remote script file. a - alias file rs - remote scripts file | back to the top | A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W | /updatenl This command will update the channel nicknames lists and IAL (internal address list). /url [-d] [on|off|hide] This causes the URL list to pop up. Using the -d switch, causes all "?" marked items tol be deleted before opening the window. You can also use on|off to turn "URL catching" on or off and hide the URL window if it is showing. /uwho [nickname] This makes the address book pop up, showing server information for the specified user. /uwho [nickname][nickname] This shows the same information as /uwho [nickname] , but adds the user's idletime. /version This returns the version of the IRC server you are on.   | back to the top | A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W | /wavplay <c:\path\filename.ext> This will play the .wav or .mid file that you have specified.   /who <*address.string*> This will return users on the network with a matching address. You will not see users if they are set +i (invisible mode).   /whois [nickname]> This shows you the server information for the specified user in the status window. /whois [nickname] [nickname] This shows you the same information as a /whois [nickname], but adds the user's idletime.   /whowas <nickname> This command will sometimes show information about a users who just left IRC. It works for a very short time after they disconnect.   /window allows you to create and manipulate custom windows. See the /custom window section of the mIRC helpfile for more detailed information about /window. /winhelp <filename> [key] This opens a help file with the topic you've entered as the key. /write [-cida l# s#] <filename> [text] Writes lines to a text file. For example: /writeini <inifile> <section> [item] [value] This writes to files in the standard INI file format. | back to the top | A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W | http://www.mirchelp.net/

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