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Windows mIRC question

Discussion in 'Software' started by Soulfly22583, 4 May 2005.

  1. Soulfly22583

    Soulfly22583 What's a Dremel?

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    1) I did use search and nothing came up
    2) I read through the mIRC for dummies guide in this forum and didnt see this point


    Is it possible to connect mIRC to two servers at once? Say i want to chat with everyone on the bit-tech channel on quakenet... but i wanted to talk to some other friends over on slashnet.... can this be done?
     
  2. Hex

    Hex Paul?! Super Moderator

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    Yes, it's REALLY easy. You can create 2 connections & choose whichever networks you like. I can't actually remember the exact buttons because I don't use mIRC, but I'm sure someone will provide it in a sec.
     
  3. Soulfly22583

    Soulfly22583 What's a Dremel?

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    good to know, thank you Hex =)
     
  4. Barry

    Barry What's a Dremel?

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    Best way is to just install NN script, that gives you the option for multipul networks!
     
  5. Soulfly22583

    Soulfly22583 What's a Dremel?

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    and where would one find the NN script

    *edit - found it, am now trying to get it all set up... thanks bud.
    *edit 2 - got it up and running... thank you for the help.
     
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  6. TekMonkey

    TekMonkey I enjoy cheese.

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    You can simply type /s -m irc.quakenet.org to connect to a new server.
     
  7. tk421

    tk421 Idiot.

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    other clients, such as trillian or xchat make multiple server connections quite easy. i used to use xchat for linux, but iirc there is a windows version available.

    i use trillian in windows, but the only irc'ing i do is the bit channel, and only rarely.
     
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