Scripts & addons
Place the scripts into XChat's data directory.
XChat will auto-load scripts if they have the right extension, e.g. If a filename ends in .pl, it will be loaded as a Perl script. This data directory is different on each platform:
It depends on your version of Windows and where it stores the Application Data folder.
On Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\X-Chat 2\
On Windows Vista:
Where "~" represents your home directory i.e.: $HOME/.xchat2/
|kb.tcl||Script that adds a /kb alias which kicks *then* bans the user (prevents the user seeing the banmask you're using). The ban is in the form of *!*@host.domain. Also included is a /stupid command which fills out the kick message for you into something vaugely witty.|
|nicksaid.tcl||If your nick is said in any other tab/window, the full line is printed in the current tab/window you are looking at.|
|Highlight Logger logs highlighted messages in a seperate window named '@highlight'.|
|xchatsounds.zip||Sound files to use on certain events. Go to: Settings > Preferences > Sound. |
Select the event you want to make a sound on, then type in a sound filename (or use the Browse button).
Copy&paste them into your autoreplace.conf file.
chanops-kb.txt (needs kb.tcl)
|Some friendly anti-powertrip color chanop warn/kick/bans. Place them in popup.conf. |
Creates a submenu in your userlist.
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