But isn't that what IRC is all about?nitedog wrote:personally, I am not worried about keeping both hands on the keyboard. i only need to do that if i am constantly typing.
This can be done in console clients as well. I have many different windows, each one dedicated to a certain kind of server message.nitedog wrote:the sheer amount of text from oper related crap to 10 channels, all displayed in a way that it can be monitored, is the reason I use mirc.
Being a hardcore console client user, I don't really have any ideas which kind of features you refer to. Could you shed some light on these features?nitedog wrote:and since the amount of mirc scripting i and others involved with the script has done adds features and capabilies most console clients have not bothered to add yet
Agreed. Just like other 'wars', like OS wars or editor wars, there is no one and only true answer. Just use whatever bakes your noodle.nitedog wrote:either way. comparing the two really comes down to purists.
I was at an undernet oper's house and saw the impressive shit he had done with his mIRC. It almost made me consider to switch from irssi to mIRC
Closedminded indeed. Ignore them!nitedog wrote:I catch alot of shit simply from running mirc. apparentl, the only way to irc is on a console client...in some people's closed minds.