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Over the years I have built up quite a collection of mIRC scripts. Below I have listed a few of the ones I have released. License agreement: All these scripts are released under the GPL license agreement, and are consequently open source. What I do ask is that if you use any part of the script you credit accordingly and if you make any changes you deem useful to others, please contact me. Twitter Updater Allows you to update your twitter via mIRC
- Download Twitter Updater
whoisd Allows you to lookup domain name availability via whois records.
- Download: whoisd.mrc
- Visit whoisd page at mircscripts.org
- Visit whoisd page at mirc.net
UCC Most of us use XE.com for our currency conversion. This script will convert your currency for you via mIRC. eg: !ucc 10 USD GBP UCC: 10.00 USD is 5.66271 GBP
- Download: ucc.mrc
- Visit UCC page at mircscripts.org
- If you’re looking for an eggdrop tcl version try ucc.tcl
CJB.NET Dynamic IP Updater CJB.net offers a service where you can register your own subdomain with them and point it to an IP of your choice.
eg: hm2k.cjb.net can point to 127.0.0.1
I have designed a script for mIRC that interfaces with CJB.net and updates your subdomain with your IP address.
- CJB.net dynamic IP update page
- Download CJB Updater (mIRC) from CJB.net
- Download CJB Updater
If you are not an mIRC user, I recommend you use DynSite. myIP Looks up your IP address with whatismyip.com and fixes your “Local IP” setting in mIRC to fix common problems with DCC.
- Download myip.mrc
- Visit the myIP script page at mircscripts.org
LNKs What lnks does, is convert a long URL such as http://this.is.a.really.really.really.really.really.really.really.really.long.url/ (if it exists) and it returns with a user friendly url like: http://lnks.us/?XXXXXXXX for more information, visit http://lnks.us/?info. This script allows you to manually or automatically convert the urls either way. Note: This script used to be called smlnk, however smlnk is no longer running, so I decided to change the script to work with lnks.us run by netmunky @ EFnet.
- Download lnks.mrc
- View the lnks.us info page
Google Everyone knows what Google is right? Well this uses the “I’m feeling lucky” button on their site to find the best match for the text you input in from mirc and returns it back into mirc, using either !google for remote use or /google for local use depending on what you want.
- Download google.mrc
Seen Looking for someone? huh? Well, look no further, this script is designed to keep log of people quiting, parting, being kicked out of and changing their nick… It also tells you if they are still on IRC, on a different channel or such, its basically the easiest way to keep track of people. It can now also tell you when someone last spoke.
- Download seen.mrc
Quotes Do you ever find that while your on mIRC, that there are just quotes that you should log, or should store somewhere, maybe because they are funny, or embarrassing or similar, well now you can, with this quotes script, you can either add/find/remove/total quotes remotely, or locally, without any hassle. Never miss a quote again!
- Download Quotes script
- Visit the Quotes script page at mircscripts.org