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== Synopsis ==
== Synopsis ==
<pre>ON <level>:CLOSE:<?|@|=|!|*>:<commands></pre>
<pre>ON <level>:CLOSE:<?|#|@|=|!|*>:<commands></pre>
== Parameters ==
== Parameters ==

Revision as of 18:21, 21 February 2021

The ON CLOSE event triggers within mIRC when a specific window type is closed.


ON <level>:CLOSE:<?|#|@|=|!|*>:<commands>


  • <*><#><?><@><=><!> - The place, or places where the event listens, you can specify specific name of window, seperate them by comma.
    • * - Any query/dcc/custom windows
    • # - Any #channel windows
    • ? - Any query windows
    • = - Any dcc chat windows
    • ! - Any dcc server windows
  • <commands> - The commands to be performed when the event triggers

Local identifiers

$target is filled with the name of the window related to the event.


; When DCC Chats are closed, send a notice to
; the person.
ON *:CLOSE:=:notice $nick Hey, thank you so much for the chat!
; When any window is closed, echo the window name
; to a custom @windowWatcher window. If that window doesn't exist,
; create it first.
ON *:CLOSE:*: {
  $iif(!$window(@windowWatcher),window @windowWatcher)
  echo @windowWatcher Window Closed: $target $+ .


Added: mIRC v5.3
Added on: 13 Dec 1997
Note: Unless otherwise stated, this was the date of original functionality.
Further enhancements may have been made in later versions.

See Also