The ON LOAD event is ran whenever a script is first loaded into mIRC's remotes section. Only one of these events may exist per script file.
<level>The level for the event to trigger.
<commands>The commands to be performed when the event listener's criteria is met.
When the following script is loaded, it will give the user an $input popup greeting:
ON *:LOAD:noop $input(Thanks for loading my script!,oi,Script Loaded!)
Note: The above example can be executed directly from an mIRC command-line, without the ON LOAD event, by typing:
//noop $input(Thanks for loading my script!,oi,Script Loaded!)
The following is what the above will look like upon loading the script for the first time:
Added: mIRC v2.1a
Added on: 28 Feb 1995
Note: Unless otherwise stated, this was the date of original functionality.
Further enhancements may have been made in later versions.
mIRC on event list
on Action, on Active, on Agent, on Appactive
on Chat, on Chatclose, on Chatopen, on Close, on Connect, on Connectfail, on Ctcpreply
on Dccserver, on Dehelp, on Deop, on Deowner, on Devoice, on Dialog, on Disconnect, on Dns
on Error, on Exit
on Filercvd, on Filesent
on Help, on Hotlink
on Input, on Invite
on Keydown, on Keyup, on Kick
on Load, on Logon
on Midiend, on Mode, on Mp3end
on Nick, on Nosound, on Notice, on Notify
on Op, on Open, on Owner
on Parseline, on Part, on Ping, on Playend, on Pong
on Queryclose, on Queryopen, on Quit
on Sendfail, on Serv, on Servclose, on Servermode, on Serverop, on Servopen, on Signal, on Snotice, on Sockclose, on Socklisten, on Sockopen, on Sockread, on Sockwrite, on Start
on Text, on Topic
on Udpread, on Udpwrite, on Unban, on Unload, on Unotify, on Usermode
on Vcmd, on Voice
on Wallops, on Waveend