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online/offline checker

Added by Q Steinberg 7 months ago

You have this brilliant option on AdiIRC that displays a message alert when the person I'm chatting with (in private) goes offline.

However, there's a script that shows an alert when the user I'm chatting with goes offline and another alert message when they come back online (also displays in private window). But it's not working with AdiIRC.

All I need from this script is the "online message alert" when the user is back on chat. Hope there's a way to make it work.

/*
[Addon]
Script=Checks if Query nick is still online
Version=1
Author=pball
Desc=This script echos a message to a query window if that nick goes offline while the window is open
For=Mirc
Date=3-25-11

[script]
/
on *:open:?:
:{
set $+(,ison_,$network) $addtok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),$nick,5)
if (!$timer($network)) .timerison_ $+ $network 0 30 isonchk
}

on *:ACTIVE:?:{
set $+(,ison_,$network) $addtok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),$target,5)
if (!$timer($network)) .timerison_ $+ $network 0 30 isonchk
}

alias isonchk {
set -l num 1
while ($gettok($($+(
,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)) {
if (!$query($gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5))) set $+(,ison_,$network) $remtok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),$gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5),1,5)
inc num
}
if (!$($+(
,ison_,$network),2)) { .timerison_ $+ $network off | halt }
set $+(,isonchk_,$network) 1
ison $replace($($+(
,ison_,$network),2),$chr(5),$chr(32))
}

on *:close:?: {
set $+(,ison_,$network) $remtok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),$nick,1,5)
if ($($+(,ison_,$network),2) == $null) .timerison_ $+ $network off
if ($($+(
,ison_,$network,$nick),2)) unset $+(%,ison_,$network,$nick)
}

raw 303:*:{
if ($($+(,isonchk_,$network),2)) {
set l %num 1
while ($gettok($($+(
,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)) {
if (!$istok($1,$gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5),32)) &x%x (!$($+(,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)),2)) { echo 4 t $gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) $gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) is offline | set -u1800 $+(,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)) off }
if ($istok($1
,$gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5),32)) &x%x ($($+(,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)),2)) { echo 11 -t $gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) $gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) is online | unset $($+(,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(,ison_,$network),2),%num,5))) }
inc num
}
unset $+(
,isonchk_,$network)
halt
}
}


Replies (12)

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Paul Janson 7 months ago

It's a beast trying to read your code because it's not formatted. For example, I see a lot of lines with strike-out.

When you click 'reply', the editbox has several icons, and one of them says "PRE". Click on that, and you get a couple bracked symbols. Paste your code between the open/close PRE symbols, then click on "preview", and you can see it's much easier to read.

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Q Steinberg 7 months ago

/*
[Addon]
Script=Checks if Query nick is still online
Version=1
Author=pball
Desc=This script echos a message to a query window if that nick goes offline while the window is open
For=Mirc
Date=3-25-11

[script]
*/
on *:open:?:*:{
  set $+(%,ison_,$network) $addtok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),$nick,5)
  if (!$timer($network)) .timerison_ $+ $network 0 30 isonchk
}

on *:ACTIVE:?:{
  set $+(%,ison_,$network) $addtok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),$target,5)
  if (!$timer($network)) .timerison_ $+ $network 0 30 isonchk
}

alias isonchk {
  set -l %num 1
  while ($gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)) {
    if (!$query($gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5))) set $+(%,ison_,$network) $remtok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5),1,5)
    inc %num
  }
  if (!$($+(%,ison_,$network),2)) { .timerison_ $+ $network off | halt }
  set $+(%,isonchk_,$network) 1
  ison $replace($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),$chr(5),$chr(32))
}

on *:close:?: {
  set $+(%,ison_,$network) $remtok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),$nick,1,5)
  if ($($+(%,ison_,$network),2) == $null) .timerison_ $+ $network off
  if ($($+(%,ison_,$network,$nick),2)) unset $+(%,ison_,$network,$nick)
}

raw 303:*:{
  if ($($+(%,isonchk_,$network),2)) {
    set -l %num 1
    while ($gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)) {
      if (!$istok($1-,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5),32)) && (!$($+(%,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)),2)) { echo 4 -t $gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) $gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) is offline | set -u1800 $+(%,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)) off }
      if ($istok($1-,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5),32)) && ($($+(%,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)),2)) { echo 11 -t $gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) $gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) is online | unset $($+(%,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5))) }
      inc %num
    }
    unset $+(%,isonchk_,$network)
    halt
  }
}

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Paul Janson 6 months ago

It's a minor bug that I'm sure will be fixed soon. In the meantime, you can sanitize the $1- to behave like mIRC does. The server sends a colon touching the nick being checked, and mirc removes it, so this script is checking for 'othernick' but the 303 is returning :othernick

so can change the raw 303 handler section to be like:

raw 303:*:{
  if ($($+(%,isonchk_,$network),2)) {
    var %num 1 , %1- $remove($1-,:)
    while ($gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)) {
      if (!$istok(%1-,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5),32)) && (!$($+(%,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)),2)) { echo 4 -t $gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) $gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) is offline | set -u1800 $+(%,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)) off }
      if ($istok(%1-,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5),32)) && ($($+(%,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5)),2)) { echo 11 -t $gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) $gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5) is online | unset $($+(%,ison_,$network,_,$gettok($($+(%,ison_,$network),2),%num,5))) }
      inc %num
    }
    unset $+(%,isonchk_,$network)
    halt
  }
}

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Q Steinberg 6 months ago

Working. Thanks

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Q Steinberg 6 months ago

After I updated my AdiIRC today, I keep getting this notice (on the server window) whenever I receive a new private message.
The notice says: * Unset %query.flood

What is it, and is there a way to stop receiving it?

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Q Steinberg 6 months ago

No solution for the (* Unset %query.flood) issue?

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Per Amundsen 6 months ago

I am not seeing that variable being unset in this script, but look for something like unset -s %query in your other scripts.. and remove the -s part.

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Q Steinberg 6 months ago

Couldn't find anything with -s %query in any of my scripts

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Per Amundsen 6 months ago

That message comes from a /unset command with the -s parameter, so remove -s from any unset you find.

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Q Steinberg 6 months ago

I did, but I still get this disturbing notice.

It only started to happen when I updated my adiirc

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Per Amundsen 6 months ago

Forgot there is also /set -u, check if you have any /set -us and remove the -s part.

Edit: Try remove -s from any /set command.

RE: online/offline checker - Added by Q Steinberg 6 months ago

I don't have any script with this command

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