Never used IRC before? This page will help get you up to speed and provide a quick reference guide for you!
- Changing your nickname is done with:
- Note: Spaces are not allowed in a nickname; they are treated as the end of the nickname, and anything after a space will not show up. Alphanumeric (A-Z, 1-9) characters, hyphens (-), and underscores (_) are allowed.
- Joining a room is done with:
- Leaving a room is done with:
- Sending someone a private message is done with:
- Display all available channels:
What different symbols mean
+ - User has voice in a room.
@ - User has operator status in the room.
- User can kick, ban/unban, quiet/unquiet for that room only.
- /quit [optional farewell message]
Nickserv allows nickname based commands, here's a basic rundown of the most commonly used commands.
- /msg nickserv register password email
- Registers your current nickname so nobody else can use it.
- Once registerred, you will need to identify to your nickname whenever you log on. (Explained below)
- Registerring will automatically provide you with a hostmask matching tripsit/user/Username. This is shown instead of your scrambled host.
- /msg nickserv identify username password
- Allows you to sign in to your nickserv registerred account. (Explained above)
- username is optional, can be used to identify to your nickname while using a different nick.
- /msg nickserv ghost username password
- Allows you to remotely disconnect anybody currently using your nickserv registerred nickname.
- Useful when your connection drops and you don't want to wait for the ping timeout.
ChanServ allows channel based commands. Here's a basic rundown of the most commonly used commands.
- /msg chanserv register #channel
- Registers a channel with chanserv, making it a permanent channel.
- Must be op in the channel you wish to register.
- /msg chanserv drop #channel
- Sends a message to your root connection window asking to confirm the drop.
- /msg chanserv flags #channel user +/-flags
- Allows setting or removing flags on a user. + adds flags, - removes them.
- Can only be used by channel operators, or those with the f flag.
- An overview of channel flags can be found here
- /msg chanserv mode #channel +/-modes
- Allows setting or removing modes on a channel. + adds modes, - removes them.
- Can only be used by channel operators.
- An overview of channel modes can be found here
- /msg chanserv kick/ban/unban/quiet/unquiet #channel user
- Allows silently kicking/banning/unbanning/quieting/unquieting a user.
- Can only be used by channel operators, or those with the r flag.