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{{DISPLAYTITLE:schat}}
 
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{{Core Module}}
 
{{Core Module}}
This module allows you to have a secure DCC chat with someone else who uses this module as well.
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This module allows you to have a secure AES-256-DCC chat with someone else who uses this module on their ZNC.
  
 
== Usage ==
 
== Usage ==
{{Module arguments|count=up to one|extra=path to .pem file, if differs from main ZNC's one}}
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{{Module arguments
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| type  = network
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| count = up to one
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| extra = path to .pem file, if differs from main ZNC's one}}
  
 
=== Commands ===
 
=== Commands ===
 
To request a secure chat use one of the following commands:
 
To request a secure chat use one of the following commands:
 
  /schat <nick>
 
  /schat <nick>
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or
 
  /msg *schat chat <nick>
 
  /msg *schat chat <nick>
 
To list all initiated chats use:
 
To list all initiated chats use:
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To close a chat use:
 
To close a chat use:
 
  /msg *schat close <nick>
 
  /msg *schat close <nick>
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Or just type:
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/msg *schat help
  
 
Once a chat is initiated you can chat with the other person via a query that looks like <code>(s)<nick></code>.
 
Once a chat is initiated you can chat with the other person via a query that looks like <code>(s)<nick></code>.
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Latest revision as of 14:59, 22 April 2017

This module allows you to have a secure AES-256-DCC chat with someone else who uses this module on their ZNC.

Usage[edit]

Arguments

This network module takes up to one arguments. path to .pem file, if differs from main ZNC's one

Read loading modules to learn more about loading modules.

Commands[edit]

To request a secure chat use one of the following commands:

/schat <nick>

or

/msg *schat chat <nick>

To list all initiated chats use:

/msg *schat list

To close a chat use:

/msg *schat close <nick>

Or just type:

/msg *schat help

Once a chat is initiated you can chat with the other person via a query that looks like (s)<nick>.