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Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
08-16-2005, 06:11 AM
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Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
I'll look into that, that might be a good idea. However, as it is currently, you can turn it off on one server and keep it on on another server, which I think could be quite useful.
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09-02-2005, 01:11 AM
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Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
nice idea, GJ
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10-15-2005, 02:56 PM (This post was last modified: 12-15-2013 04:33 AM by Bloopy.)
Post: #13
Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
I've just overhauled the script somewhat, so get the new version! If you have the old version installed, first uninstall it using the following command in mIRC:

/unload -rs WPAFK.mrc

Then, download the updated version. :razz:

These are the main changes:

Bloopy Wrote:Update, October 2005:

The script can now let you have different nicknames on different networks, and it asks you for a default away suffix to add to your nickname when you go away. Your away nick doesn't have to use a suffix format though. It also remembers the nicknames you used on a network, and whether you had the script on or off for that network.

It now looks for WhatPulse's data file in C:\Program Files\WhatPulse\ by default, so you may not need to tell it where WhatPulse is. You can also set a different location when you need to.

You can now set an away time: the number of minutes before you are considered away. This means you can go away and come back for 5-10 minutes at a time without your nickname changing often. You can also specify to temporarily disable the script for a number of minutes - this is good if you are just back for a moment and you don't want the script to think you are back from away.
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10-16-2005, 12:09 AM
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Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
To replies that Windows is clever, or evil, or etc. It doesn't edit it if i's the same file size. It edits it if there is new information. But why not set whatpulse not to edit it every five minutes and just make it check to see if there's something new, and if there is, then overwrite? It would save 0.0000000001 seconds of my hard drive's life span. Smile
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10-16-2005, 03:37 AM
Post: #15
Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
Yeah, unlike what wasted said, the size of WhatPulse's file never changes. Tongue
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10-17-2005, 10:30 AM
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Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
Smile Just updated the script, a couple of bugs are fixed.
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02-12-2006, 07:50 AM
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Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
nice it works great!
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02-20-2006, 08:06 PM
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Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
Glad you like it, let me know if you have any suggestions.

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03-22-2009, 10:18 PM
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Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
It was awesome, well, almost everything, but I think it's something wrong with my mIRC because I had to go to Commands - AFK (something) and something about locate, and when I did, my irc crashed:<
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03-23-2009, 11:01 AM
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Bloopy presents a "WhatPulse AFK" script for mIRC
The script could do with updating, particularly so it doesn't spam you so much if it can't find the WhatPulse file. However, there shouldn't be anything in the script to cause it to crash there, it just brings up a dialog for you to choose a folder.

Which version of mIRC? One thing you can check is whether the folder dialog always causes your mIRC to crash. Go to mIRC options, IRC -> Logging, and see if you can click the logging folder button (default setting is \mIRC\logs\ folder) and navigate to C:\ ...or don't you have a C: drive?

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