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[*] posted on 23-12-2013 at 01:48
bad userlist entry, how can i remove it?


Hi,

On the userlist I have at least 2 entries that will not be removed. No matter how much I try. If I try and change the entry, instead of changing it, it creates another entry with the change done. So then I end up with the bugged entry plus the new one.

So is there a way to manually delete the entry? I've done programing and the mirc language looks vaguely familiar (I'm familiar with pascal).. so where does the userlist.mrc write the entries to? What other file.

Thanks.
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[*] posted on 27-1-2014 at 03:11


Hi,

There's a userlist related post a little lower down on the page that may have the answer:

"The userlist is by default stored in config\<profile>\users.mrc."

Try looking there and see of that's where your problem "user" information is being stored.

Good luck!
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[*] posted on 9-5-2014 at 11:32


Wow thanks Larry!

That worked.. its been years since that was added on there.

I had to delete a line at the bottom.

I noticed most of the lines start with ;

Is this similar to the comment command in programming languages? as in the program doesnt read it as code?
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[*] posted on 5-7-2014 at 13:23


Quote: Originally posted by Bowdon  
I noticed most of the lines start with ;

Is this similar to the comment command in programming languages? as in the program doesnt read it as code?

Yes, it is comments in the code.




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