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help:irc:modes [2014/04/30 07:58]
beta reorder umodes
help:irc:modes [2019/05/06 14:45] (current)
rubin [L - Join redirect denial]
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 There are many modes that can be used on each channel on the AfterNET IRC network that can help you protect as well as control the channel you are in, whether you choose to use services or not. There are many modes that can be used on each channel on the AfterNET IRC network that can help you protect as well as control the channel you are in, whether you choose to use services or not.
  
-Modes can be set on your channel using IRC's built in /mode command. Use can depend on your IRC software, but usually ​it is something like: /mode #channel +modes-modes. If you have X3, you can make x3 enforce ​some modes on (or off) by setting them as + or - in the '​modes'​ setting. For example:​.set MODES +ntCS-ik will keep modes n, t, C and S, but not allow modes i and k (depending ​on people'​s ​access level in x3, they will be able to override these -- change it with .set enfmodes ​level) +Modes can be set on your channel using the /mode command. Use can depend on your software, but usually something like: **/mode #channel +modes -modes** will do. If you have X3, you can make x3 enforce modes by setting them as + or - in the '​modes'​ setting. For example: 
-There are channel modes eb,​k,​l,​imnpstrcCLMNOQSTZ +  ​.set MODES +ntCS-ik 
-And User modes +iwx +will preserve ​modes n, t, C and S, but not allow modes i and k. Depending ​on access level in x3, users may be able to override these ‐ configure that via '.set enfmodes'.
-(There are others, but we will keep this document basic)  +
 ===== Channel Modes ===== ===== Channel Modes =====
 The following are channel modes, along with their explanations,​ that can be used on the AfterNET IRC network to assist you in running your channel. (NOTE: All modes require operator (@) status in the channel to work): The following are channel modes, along with their explanations,​ that can be used on the AfterNET IRC network to assist you in running your channel. (NOTE: All modes require operator (@) status in the channel to work):
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   /mode #chan -l    /mode #chan -l 
  
-==== L - hide modes ==== +==== L - Join redirect ​==== 
-Setting ​+L stops the channels modes from showing in the /list.+By setting "+L #​differentchannelname"​ any joins to your channel will instead be redirected to #​differentchannelname. This is handy if you are changing ​the name of a channel or shutting a channel down. Users can set UMODE +L to prevent ​the redirect.
  
 ==== m - Moderated ==== ==== m - Moderated ====
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 To set yourself invisible To set yourself invisible
   /mode yournick +i   /mode yournick +i
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 +==== L - Join redirect denial ====
 +It is possible to set up a channel such that joins to that channel actually redirect to a different channel.
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 +Having usermode +L set will prevent that, so that you join only the original channel name you asked for.
  
 ==== R - Ignore PMs from unregistered users ==== ==== R - Ignore PMs from unregistered users ====