[url=http://www.nnscript.de/index.php?section=about]About NoNameScript[/url] from the Official Website wrote:NoNameScript is an enhancement for the most popular of all IRC clients for Windows, mIRC. While easy to use, it is aimed at the more experienced IRC user that wants more control over what is happening on IRC and, eventually, his channel.
The script offers many features to make communicating with your friends easier and more comfortable, however it focuses on useful things instead of providing "war tools", "nukers" or similar content to annoy other users on IRC. That's also the reason why you won't find colorful acronym replacers or automated query messages in our script.
Here are a few examples of some of the features included in the script
* Away system with pager and log
* Balloon tips to notify you of events
* Customizable toolbar with e-mail checker, lag graph and much more
* Control centers for psyBNC and QuakeNet's Q and L bots
* Extensive channel and personal protections
* Game support for launching games by clicking on an IP address or selecting favorite servers
* Improved channel central with topic preview, extended modes and ban control
* RSS newsticker support
* Statistics, system information and usage histories
* Theme engine with lots of themes and easy editing
* Treeview switchbar for easily keeping track of your channels and queries
* A clipboard editor, blacklist, clone scanner, alarm timer, kick/ban/dcc histories and much, much more...
2. Download NoNameScript the full version NOT the update. This is the most user-friendly script, and I very much recommend it! Just use this one for now and change it later if you don't like it.
3. Start the "nnscript422.exe" file you just downloaded, and install in the same destination folder as you installed mIRC in step 1 /Programs Files/mIRC. When installation is done, run the mIRC program. Start Menu > All Programs > mIRC > mIRC.
4. Now click on the Connect tab just over Servers. Type in your Full Name, Email Address, Nickname and Alternative. (note: don't worry, you do not have to use your real name or email in this part. - frog)
5. Now click on the Options tab, which is below the Servers tab. Check the option where it says Connect on Startup and also Reconnect on Disconnection.
6. Hit OK, then click on the File menu and select Connect if it still has not connected. If it is connected, then Connect should be greyed out.
7. [url=irc://irc.p2p-network.net/stf]Click this link[/url] to enter the #STF IRC channel, then choose Join the channel on the current server. You should now be connected to the p2p-network server and viewing the #STF channel! Maximize one window, all will maximize automatically, and make sure you are viewing the #STF window. There are other windows like P2P-NET or MOTD (Message of the Day). Don't worry about them for now.
8. Again, make sure that you are viewing #STF not anything else. Click on the Favorites menu, then Add to Favorites and enable/check the option Join on Connect.
9. That is it! If you shut mIRC at this time, you will only need to reload the mIRC program again and it should auto join the #STF channel without any hassle.
- Basic mIRC Configuration :: Optional ::[/size]
To be able to send/recieve files on mIRC, and a few other FServ/XDCC related issues, you need make sure that your mIRC is configured correctly. You need to go through each step below very carefully, one at a time.
First load the mIRC options, by pressing ALT+O.
Under the IRC tab:
1. Check Auto-join channel on invite
Under DCC tab:
1. Check Auto-get file under on send request.
2. choose Resume under If file exists.
3. Check Auto-accept under on chat request.
4. Click Trusted, and enable the both top options, limit autoget to trusted users & show get dialouge for non trusted users.
Under Ignore tab under DCC tab:
1. Choose Disabled under Method.
2. Uncheck turn ignore back on in.
Under Fserve tab under DCC tab:
1. Uncheck Show fileserver warning.
Under Lock tab under Other tab:
1. Uncheck anything in the Disable box (send, get, etc)