It's generally used for small files like - As above, all files less than the size you specify will be added to the priority queue --- - List @finds - Track what is being searched for - Send CTCP's (Type N Channels) - Send CTCP's with your adverts in Type N channels (Used by other scripts, highly recommended ON) - Auto voice programs will not recognize servers if this is not on - Echo On - Show/Hide your server messages and channel ads in the status window.- Random Play - As it says, picks a random file from your list and sends an advertisement to the channel - Send Slots Available - The maximum number of sends that will go out at a time.There are ways to bypass that problem, but it is easier to use a separate m IRC. Actually, a lot of time is spent on opening and closing list files, otherwise the speed would be even faster.You will get very high speeds where the size of the lists is up to approx.
Here you can specify file types that users don't need to wait for.
I love m IRC for its small size, speed and useful tools...
in particular, the popup menus and the scripting section are really great!
Users type their search request in the channel - for example, "@search something" (the search keyword is configurable) - Search Bot searches for "*something*" in all the lists that it has from that channel and sends the results to the user in a (zipped) text file.
Note that Search Bot includes sb Client, a Search Bot client that makes searching easier.