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July 1, 2004 at 8:40 pm #3574
Ok, can someone tell me what the server is for the chatroom…I need it because some people want to connect to the chatroom using an IRC client. Ok if someone can help me please let me know, thanks!
Ok nevermind I got it to work…but the thing is whenever I use an IRC Client there is no longer @ in front of my name..and I am the operator..can someone help! thanks~July 3, 2004 at 1:05 am #3577
Yeah whenever I join my chatroom with mIRC I am no longer the OP. And there is no @ in front of my name…but whenever I log in using the normal Java It auto-ops me and I am the OP..I did make the chatroom and I should be the Auto OP whenever i join..Please someone help me..thanksJuly 3, 2004 at 1:04 pm #3579aLeSsParticipant
That’s because you first have to identify yourself before you can be opped. You have to set your password in the mirc settings and then it will auto-op you again.
Or else just use /ns identify password and then /cs op
greetsJuly 5, 2004 at 12:31 am #3582
Hey thanks, but even if i do identify my nick and im the first one in there i wont be op..after i have done all that i have to then type /cs op…is this because mIRC is different than Java? because whenever i join the java chat i am auto-oped…
EDIT: ok now whenever i join my chatroom using mIRC it says ~EastPirate, does anyone know what the ~ means in front of my name? thanks..July 7, 2004 at 9:59 am #3586aLeSsParticipant
I seems to you figured out how to get auto-opped cause the ~ is instead of the @, in Mirc you don’t see your @ only the ~, it means you are the roomowner.
Further in your java-webbased chatroom you get auto-opped because you have probably the advanced chatroom code. In mirc there is no where given your password so it won’t op you automatically. So that’s why you have to use the /cs op command.
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