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This module fakes the online status of ZNC-*users, so that ISON and WHOIS commands to *status e.g. return something that makes the IRC client believe the user is online. This helps to query with these users for specific IRC clients like Colloquy that perform online check of open query windows.
 
This module fakes the online status of ZNC-*users, so that ISON and WHOIS commands to *status e.g. return something that makes the IRC client believe the user is online. This helps to query with these users for specific IRC clients like Colloquy that perform online check of open query windows.
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This module was named "fakeonline" before 1.0, then it was removed because of confusing name. In 1.1 it was returned.
 
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Latest revision as of 19:52, 22 September 2013


This module fakes the online status of ZNC-*users, so that ISON and WHOIS commands to *status e.g. return something that makes the IRC client believe the user is online. This helps to query with these users for specific IRC clients like Colloquy that perform online check of open query windows.

Usage[edit]

Arguments

This user module takes no arguments.

Read loading modules to learn more about loading modules.

Commands[edit]

This module has no commands.

History[edit]

This module was named "fakeonline" before 1.0, then it was removed because of confusing name. In 1.1 it was returned.