/loadbuf Command - mIRC
Commands & Identifiers
The /loadbuf command loads the specified number of lines from the end of the file of filename into the specified window.
/loadbuf [lines] [-apiNrsglecNnomt<topic>] <window | dialog id> <filename>
- -a - adds the lines into the active window
- -p - forces lines of text to wrap when added to the window
- -iN - makes sure that lines are indented if they wrap, if N is specified, indents by N characters
- -r - clears the contents of the output window before adding lines to it
- -s - adds the lines into the status window
- -f - adds the lines into the finger window
- -l - adds the lines into the side-listbox in a custom window
- -e - evaluates variables and identifiers in the line being read
- -h - hides a line if -e is specified and it doesn't evaluate anything in the line being read
- -cN - specifies the default color for lines, N is an index color
- -n - if logging is enabled for that window, logs the loaded lines
- -m - used with -n, indicates that the text shouldn't be timestamped in the log file. (the buffer text is already timestamped or you might not want it to be timestamped)
- -o - indicates that you have specified the [dialog id] parameters instead of a window name in order to load lines into a custom dialog control
- -t - loads the lines under the [topic] section in a file
- [lines] - If specified, the number of lines to add from the end the file, otherwise the whole content of the file is added.
- <window | dialog id> - The window's name or the dialog's name and an id to adds the lines to.
- <filename> - The filename you want to add lines from.
//window @test | loadbuf $lines($mircini) @test $qt($mircini)