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- Users Editor
The users editor allows adding or editing or viewing user access levels.
User access levels can be used in Scripting Events to determine who can trigger the events.
The editor can be opened by clicking Menubar -> Tools -> Edit Users or by typing /edit -u.
The editor shares characteristics with all the other editors.
See also /auser, /guser, /iuser, /ruser, $clevel, $dlevel, $ulevel, Editor Options.
User level format¶
The format of a user level is level<colon><nick/mask>.
Saving users to a different ini file¶
To save the current users file to a different ini file, click the Menubar (inside the editor) -> File -> Save As menu item.
Loading users from a different ini file¶
To load users from a different ini file, click the Menubar (inside the editor) -> File -> Load menu item or use the /load command.
When loading users using the /load, /reload or /unload command, the users editor will be automatically updated with the new users.
Clicking the Menubar (inside the editor) -> Edit -> Find or pressing the CTRL + F shortcut opens the search and replace panel.
You can search or search and replace using a Regular Expression by checking the Regex checkbox.
Pressing the ESCAPE key closes the search panel.
Reloading a users file¶
If a users file was modified outside of the editor, it can be reloaded by clicking the Menubar (inside the editor) -> File -> Reload menu item or by pressing the F5 shortcut or by typing /reload.
Refreshing a users file¶
If users has been changed while the editor was open, pressing the Refresh button will update the editor.
Note: this removes any unsaved changes.
The font of the editor can be changed by clicking the Menubar (inside the editor) -> File -> Change Font menu item.
Note: only truetype fonts can be used.
Updated by Per Amundsen about 2 years ago · 3 revisions