*@* (unignores the specific nick) For more Hex Chat info: click here PLEASE NOTE: Even though you can ignore ANY user you want, or even ALL users, KC Officials will always be able to Private Message you (but why would you want to ignore us lovely people anyway???
: P) To get a list of the KC Officials, type /admin when you are connected to the chat.
We've written up a few pointers for you so you might enchance your enjoyment in chat.
Our aim is to provide you with the help you could want, when you need and we hope that you will find what you need in the list below.
If you want to read more about being a Chat Mod with Kinksters Chat, take a look here for more details.
*@* ALL (ignores everything from the specified nickname) /unignore Nickname To Ignore!
This way you will have the same password for all your nicknames and memo's sent to one of your nicknames can be read by ANY of your nicknames.
To group a new nickname to your main nickname, do the following: Change to your new nickname Type /msg Nick Serv GROUP mainnicktogroupto mainnickpassword For example, if your main nickname is Roomie with the password mypass and you wanted to register an away nick Roomie-away, you would do the following: Type /nick Roomie-away Type /msg Nick Serv GROUP Roomie mypass Now, all memos send to Roomie-away will still be accessible to Roomie, when changing from Roomie to Roomie-away or Roomie-away to Roomie, you will not be asked for a password each time.
Back to top Although Kinksters Chat already mask part of your IP and hostmask so that others cannot see it or work out where you're from, you may wish to have your entire IP and hostmask masked.
This may be to enhance your own personal privacy or just so you can have something cool looking.
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Back to top To send a message to a user who is offline, so that they are notified of it and can read it when they next come online, type the following: /msg Memo Serv SEND nickname message Replace "nickname" with the nickname of the person you want to send the Memo to and replace "message" with whatever you want to send as a message to that person.