The target nickname must be in the same channel as the client issuing the command, and the client must be a channel operator. Sends the specified message on the arena chat channel. Home › Forums › Archives › Instant Messaging › Other Instant Messengers › IRC › Trillian IRC command reference This topic has 0 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 16 years, 3 months ago by DJHyperbyte. Alias: Display all members of your global friends list. More than one nickname may be specified in a space-separated list, each item prefixed with a "+" or "-" to designate whether it is being added or removed.
(Also: Sets user permissions for the user with the handle, Gives/removes operator status to user in the channel. Defined in RFC 1459.
Alias: Make yourself visible to your global friends. Alias: Invite character to trade, must have character targeted if no name is provided. Instructs the server to send names in an RPL_NAMES reply in the long format: This command can ONLY be used if the UHNAMES keyword is returned in an RPL_ISUPPORT (numeric 005) reply.  The server returns only the nicknames that are on the network in a space-separated list.
If is given, the command is forwarded to it for processing. If the default action is not desired, use: Resets keybinds, returning all keys to their default bindings. Example: Pop up the kiosk info for the nearest kiosk if you're close enough, Activates Context Menu for link channel name, Provides info window on matching link name, Activates Context Menu for link global name, Send message to the Architect Chat channel, Add a macro with an existing icon to the first empty slot.
If is specified, the command is sent to for evaluation. Add player to your global friends list. For example: Returns statistics about the current server, or if it's specified. Send message to Broadcast channel. If you set -join, no one can join unless invited by an operator.  This message is also used to pass server data over the whole network. Defined in RFC 1459. Changes default access rights for new user who joins the channel. Defined in RFC 2812. It may also be combined with the NAMESX command.
Disconnects the user from the server. Invite a player or chat handle to a chat channel. This command is not formally defined by an RFC, but is supported by most major IRC daemons. Unequips the specified Incarnate Ability. Equips the specified Incarnate Ability. Sends a channel NOTICE message to on that bypasses flood protection limits. It may also be combined with the UHNAMES command. Usage . Defined in RFC 1459. Also does nothing if you or your teammates are in combat, if the currently equipped IA is recharging, or if it's been less than five minutes since that slot was last equipped.  This command may only be issued by IRC operators.
 Defined in RFC 1459. IRC is one of MFI's main lines of communications that MFI utilizes for real time meetings and chat. Instructs the server to send names in an RPL_NAMES reply prefixed with all their respective channel statuses instead of just the highest one (similar to IRCv3's multi-prefix). Requests the server to display the help file. Requests the server rules. Used to return information about a nickname that is no longer in use (due to client disconnection, or nickname changes). Instructs the server (or the current server, if is omitted) to connect to on port .
If is omitted, the away status is removed. Alias: No longer be an exemplar or malefactor.  If is given, it sets the channel topic to . Use /Slash Commands for formatting text; Embed external apps and sites like YouTube, Figma, or Cloud App ; Drop cloud storage files and attachments directly into text fields; Editing: Add rich editing like bold fonts and checklists in a task description by clicking the / symbol before adding text, typing / , or highlighting existing text in any text editor!
Stop your supergroup from sending coalition chat to an ally supergroup. Defined in RFC 2812.
Returns statistics about the size of the network.
They are: The last server is the default server and will place you on another server as the system see best. Executes the given power slot from the current tray, Toggles a given power off.  If the channel(s) do not exist then they will be created. Defined in RFC 1459, modified in RFC 2812.
Was disabled in. If is omitted, the server should return information about the administrators of the current server.. It is also used before terminating client connections. Also does nothing if you or your teammates are in combat, if the currently equipped IA is recharging, or if it's been less than five minutes since that slot was last equipped. This is a web interface to Freenode's #maquis IRC chat room. Returns a list of information about the nicknames specified. details how many hops (server connections) away is. In the client, commands are entered via the chat window, which is displayed by pressing the T key (default) or, in Java Edition, / key. This command is not formally defined by an RFC, but is in use by some IRC daemons. Conventions used here: Angle brackets ("<" and ">") are used here to indicate a placeholder for some value, and are not a literal part of a command. , https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Internet_Relay_Chat_commands&oldid=985702098, All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases, Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from August 2014, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 27 October 2020, at 13:12. Toggle the sticky-state of the alt2 tray. Also does nothing if you or your teammates are in combat, if the currently equipped IA is recharging, or if it's been less than five minutes since that slot was last equipped. Slash commands act as shortcuts for specific actions in Slack. Be sure to look it over as it contains important messages, as well as terms of service. Instructs the server to return information about the administrators of the server specified by , where is either a server or a user. Defined in RFC 1459.
You must be in the channel and have Send priviledges.
Invite player's supergroup to an instant raid.  If is given, the command is forwarded to it for processing. A client is a separate program from the browser. Try to get unstuck if you are stuck in the geometry. The following is a list of commands that were once valid, but have since been made obsolete. This page was last modified on 28 May 2011, at 16:01. This command is not formally defined in an RFC, but is recognized by most major IRC daemons. Sends commands to pets summoned by named power.
 This command may only be issued by IRC server operators. Returns the message of the day on or the current server if it is omitted. Go to specified power tray number (1 to 10) in the given position. Allows/disallows users from joining the channel, Gives/removes user ability to send messages to channel, Gives/removes operator status from another user in the channel, Set the channel's Message Of The Day, which is sent to everyone that joins or logs into the channel. It requires a number argument, but the number doesn't seem to do anything. Invites your entire team or Task Force to a Global chat channel. Returns information about the server, or the current server if is omitted. Typica /weather (zipcode) will get … This is a list of all Internet Relay Chat commands from RFC 1459, RFC 2812, and extensions added to major IRC daemons.Most IRC clients require commands to be preceded by a slash ("/").Some commands are actually sent to IRC bots; these are treated by the IRC protocol as ordinary messages, not as /-commands.. Sets the supergroup's message of the day. Lists the players on your global ignore list, Go to specified power tray number in the primary tray, Go to specified power tray number in the secondary tray, Go to specified power tray number in the tertiary tray. It can be used to set both user and channel modes. Support is indicated in a RPL_ISUPPORT reply (numeric 005) with the WATCH keyword and the maximum number of entries a client may have in its friends list.