Index

/ignore
/unignore
/nick
/msg
/part
/wc
/join (/j)
/invite
/clear
/clearall
/cs
/w
/cycle
/um
/cm
/op
/deop
/voice (/v)
/devoice (/dv)
/ban (/b)
/unban (/ub)
/kick (/k)
/kb
/hop
/dehop
/topic (/t)
/raw

Command: /ignore
Alternative: None
Description: Ignore a user on the server
Arguments: -h OR -a nick OR -cntp nick. -h for Help, -a for all ignore types, -c for channel messages, -n for notices, -t for ctcp requests and -p for private messages
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /ignore -a nick
                         /ignore -ct nick
                         /ignore -p nick
Related: /unignore

Command: /unignore
Alternative: None
Description: Remove a user ignore
Arguments: nick
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /unignore nick
Related: /ignore

Command: /nick
Alternative: None
Description: Change your nickname on the server
Arguments: new_nick
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /nick foo

Command: /msg
Alternative: /m (Since 1.2.7)
Description: Send a message to a channel or another user
Arguments: nick|#channel msg-to-send
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /msg #foo hi
                         /msg bar hello

Command: /part
Alternative: None
Description: Part and close the current channel
Arguments: None
Defaults: The current channel
Example Usage: /part
Related: /wc

Command: /wc
Alternative: None
Description: Part and close the current window, or all windows with the -a switch
Arguments: [-a|window-name]
Defaults: Current channel window
Example Usage: /wc
                         /wc -a
                         /wc #foo
Related: /part

Command: /join
Alternative: /j
Description: Join a channel
Arguments: channel-name [keyword]
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /j #freenode

Command: /invite
Alternative: None
Description: Invite a user into a channel
Arguments: nickname
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /invite foo

Command: /clear
Alternative: None
Description: Clear the current window of all messages
Arguments: None
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /clear

Command: /clearall (since 1.2)
Alternative: None
Description: Clear all windows of their messages
Arguments: None
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /clearall

Command: /cs
Alternative: None
Description: Clear the scrollback for the current window, or all windows with the -a switch. (Useful if you have passwords in the scrollback)
Arguments: [-a]
Defaults: Clear the scrollback for the current window only
Example Usage: /cs
                         /cs -a

Command: /w
Alternative: None
Description: Jump to a window at the given index
Arguments: window_number
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /w 5

Command: /cycle
Alternative: None
Description: Part and rejoin a channel
Arguments: None
Defaults: Current channel
Example Usage: /cycle

Command: /um (Short for User Mode)
Alternative: /mode my-nick, /mode my-nick [+|-]mode(s)
Description: View or change your user mode(s) on the Server
Arguments: [New-mode(s)]
Defaults: Prints the current user mode(s) on the Server
Example Usage: /um +gh
Related: /cm

Command: /cm (Short for Channel Mode)
Alternative: /mode #channel [+|-]mode(s), /mode #channel
Description: Set or change a channel mode. This can include op-ing, deop-ing, etc.
Arguments: [New-mode(s)]
Defaults: Print out the current channel modes
Example Usage: /cm +o foo
                         /cm
                         /cm +oo-o bar foobar barfoo
Related: /v, /dv, /b, /op, /deop, /b, /ub, /k

Command: /op
Alternative: /cm +o nick-name, /mode #channel +o nick-name
Description: Give chanop to a user
Arguments: nick-name
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /op bar
Related: /deop

Command: /deop
Alternative: /cm -o nick-name, /mode #channel -o nick-name
Description: Remove chanop from a user
Arguments: nick-name
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /deop bar
Related: /op

Command: /voice
Alternative: /v nick-name, /mode #channel +v nick-name, /cm +v nick-name
Description: Voice a user
Arguments: nick-name
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /v bar
Related: /cm, /dv

Command: /devoice
Alternative: /dv, /mode #channel -v, /cm -v
Description: Remove voice from a user
Arguments: nick-name
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /dv bar
Related: /cm, /v

Command: /ban
Alternative: /b, /mode #channel +b, /cm +b
Description: Set a ban on a user, nick and/or host (use /cm for multiple bans and /cm +b for ban list)
Arguments: nick-name, ban-mask
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /b *!*@noobs-r-us.com
Related: /cm, /ub

Command: /unban
Alternative: /ub, /mode #channel -b, /cm -b
Description: Removes a ban on a user, nick and/or host (use /cm for multiple ban removals)
Arguments: nick-name, ban-mask
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /ub *!*@noobs-r-us.com
Related: /cm, /b

Command: /kick
Alternative: /k
Description: Kick a user off the channel.
Arguments: nick-name [reason]
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /k bar stop spamming

Command: /kb
Alternative: None
Description: Kick and Ban user(s) from channel.
Arguments: nick1, nick2, ....., nickN
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /kb spammer

Command: /hop
Alternative: /mode #channel +h nick, /cm -h nick
Description: Gives halfop status to the user
Arguments: nick-name
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /hop SomeUser
Related: /dehop, /cm

Command: /dehop
Alternative: /mode #channel -h nick, /cm -h nick
Description: Removes halfop status from a user
Arguments: nick-name
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /dehop SomeUser
Related: /hop, /cm

Command: /topic
Alternative: /t
Description: Set or view the channel topic
Arguments: [new topic]
Defaults: Prints the current topic
Example Usage: /topic, /topic new topic

Command: /raw
Alternative: None
Description: Send a command directly to the Server
Arguments: command + command args
Defaults: None
Example Usage: /raw join #foo, /raw part #foo : (See RFC2812 for command syntax)