- Table of contents
- Server Options
- Use new Serverlist
- Reconnect on server disconnect
- Reconnect on resume from sleep
- Save open servers on exit and autoconnect them on next restart
- Use echo-message when available
- Use STS when available
- Use server-time when available.
- Disconnect on SASL login error
- Always rejoin auto channel
- Close channel/private windows on disconnect
- Close Serverlist when clicking Connect
- Retry [X] times
- Wait [X] seconds before retrying
- Default ban type
- Default Part Message
- Default Quit message
- Default Port
- Use random quit message
- Default Encoding
- Use UTF8 Fallback
- Try to regain nick
- Use serverlist group labels as network name
- Track users away status
- Only track away on channels smaller than [X] users
- Send delay [X] ms
- Regain nick every [X] seconds
Use new Serverlist¶
Enables or disables the new serverlist.
Reconnect on server disconnect¶
if enabled, AdiIRC will try reconnect when remote connection is disconnected.
Reconnect on resume from sleep¶
If enabled, AdiIRC will when resuming from sleep, try to reconnect all servers which was previously connected when going to sleep.
Save open servers on exit and autoconnect them on next restart¶
If enabled, AdiIRC will on exit save all open servers in the serverlist and mark them for autoconnect on next startup.
All other servers in the Serverlist will be unmarked for autoconnect.
All autojoin channels for the open servers will be cleared and all open channels will be added as autojoin in their place.
Use echo-message when available¶
Use STS when available¶
When enabled and connected to a server which supports the IRCv3 STS extension and not using SSL/TLS, AdiIRC will disconnect and reconnect using SSL/TLS. AdiIRC will continue to only connect to this server using SSL/TLS until the STS expires.
Use server-time when available.¶
If enabled, AdiIRC will ask to enable IRCv3 server-time tag on supported servers. AdiIRC will then display the message timestamp from when the server received the message instead of when AdiIRC received it.
This can also be enabled/disabled per server in the Serverlist.
Disconnect on SASL login error¶
Always rejoin auto channel¶
If enabled, all channels in the Serverlist with Autojoin enabled will be (re)joined when the server is reconnected, otherwise only the currently open channels will be rejoined.
Close channel/private windows on disconnect¶
If enabled, closes all associated channel/private windows when the server disconnects.
Close Serverlist when clicking Connect¶
If enabled, the Serverlist will automatically close when you click the Connect or Connect in a new tab buttons in the Serverlist.
Retry [X] times¶
Number of times to try to reconnect.
Wait [X] seconds before retrying¶
Number of seconds to wait between each reconnect try.
Default ban type¶
Default ban type to use when using /ban.
Default Part Message¶
Default part message to use when using /part or closing a channel window.
Default Quit message¶
Default quit message to use when using /quit or disconnecting/closing a server window.
Default quit message will be ignored if random quit message is enabled.
Default port used in /server and other places.
Use random quit message¶
If enabled, a random line from the quit messages file will be used.
Quit message can be added/removed from the Menubar -> Tools -> Edit Quits.
Default quit message will be ignored.
Default character encoding to use when adding/connecting a new server.
Use UTF8 Fallback¶
If enabled and encoding is not UTF8, AdiIRC will try to decode the text with the chosen encoding and if it fails, fallback to decode with UTF8 instead.
Try to regain nick¶
If enabled, AdiIRC will automatically try to regain your primary nick.
Use serverlist group labels as network name¶
Track users away status¶
If enabled, AdiIRC will periodically try to find out which users are away or not away.
Only track away on channels smaller than [X] users¶
Disable tracking away status for channels larger than [X] users.
On some servers, AdiIRC needs to send /who #channel periodically, doing this on large channels can cause the server to disconnect you.
Send delay [X] ms¶
Set the delay in milliseconds between each message AdiIRC sends to the server.
Sending too much data too fast can cause the server to disconnect you.
Regain nick every [X] seconds¶
Sets the number of seconds between nick retries.
Enable or disable the Identd server.
Enable only when connecting¶
If enabled, AdiIRC will start the identd server when connecting to a server, and stop it when connected.
Show Identd requests¶
If enables, shows a notice in the server window when a server wants to know your Identd nick.
Use username as ident nick¶
When enabled, identd will reply with the Username set in the Serverlist for this request, otherwise it will reply with the Identd nick.
If there are no connections matching the identd request, the Identd nick will be replied.
The nick to reply when a server asks for your Identd nick.
The system to reply when a servers asks for your Identd nick.
The port the Identd server should listen on.
Enable Dde Server¶
Enables or disables the Dde Server.
Check if Service Name is in use¶
If enables, AdiIRC will check if another Dde server is using the same name before starting it.
The Dde service name to use.
Dde Delay [X] ms¶
How long to wait in milliseconds before giving up the Dde request.
If checked, opens the identd port using Upnp.
Some servers scans for open identd port and can take a while to timeout, with the port open AdiIRC can connect faster.
Skip connections with invalid certificates¶
If enabled, AdiIRC will disconnect servers with invalid ssl certificates.
Display invalid certificates for approval¶
If enabled AdiIRC will ask to approve servers with invalid ssl certificates.
Automatically accept invalid certificates¶
If enabled, AdiIRC will connect to servers with invalid ssl certificates automatically.
Clear approved certificate cache¶
Clears previously accepted invalid certificates.
Client Certificate File¶
Path to a client ssl certificate in the pfx format
Create new certificate¶
Generates a new client ssl certificate in the pfx format
Only works on Windows 10+.