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== Usage ==
 
== Usage ==
 
{{Module arguments
 
{{Module arguments
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| type  = network
 
| count = up to three
 
| count = up to three
 
| extra = The argument can be <code>-notimer</code> or <code>-timer x</code>. <code>-notimer</code> is the same as specifying <code>-timer 0</code>. See the ''settimer'' documentation below for an explanation.
 
| extra = The argument can be <code>-notimer</code> or <code>-timer x</code>. <code>-notimer</code> is the same as specifying <code>-timer 0</code>. See the ''settimer'' documentation below for an explanation.
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==== reason ====
 
==== reason ====
 
If you want to change the away reason used, use
 
If you want to change the away reason used, use
  /msg *simple_away reason I'm currently away'.
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  /msg *simple_away reason I'm currently away.
  
 
<code>reason</code> without any arguments displays the currently set away reason.
 
<code>reason</code> without any arguments displays the currently set away reason.

Latest revision as of 08:03, 17 June 2013

This module will automatically set you away on IRC while you are disconnected from the bouncer.

Compared to away this module doesn't do anything special about logging messages.

Usage[edit]

Arguments

This network module takes up to three arguments. The argument can be -notimer or -timer x. -notimer is the same as specifying -timer 0. See the settimer documentation below for an explanation. The last argument, which can always be given, is the away message displayed.

Read loading modules to learn more about loading modules.

Commands[edit]

settimer[edit]

The module sets you away some seconds after you disconnect. The time can be changed with 'settimer x' which sets it to x seconds. This setting is not saved accross restart, use the module parameters for this.

If you set yourself away using your client's normal /away command the module is disabled until you set yourself back.

reason[edit]

If you want to change the away reason used, use

/msg *simple_away reason I'm currently away.

reason without any arguments displays the currently set away reason.