Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions

Channels (2)

If one of your Channel Operators has decided to “takeover” your Registered Channel, there are multiple ways to stop them.

If you are the channel Manager (access 500) or have a higher access level than the operator attempting the “takeover”, you can:

  • /msg X suspend #Channel Username [level]
  • /msg X remuser #Channel Username

You will then need to possibly UNBAN yourself with X, if you are banned.  If restrictive modes are preventing you from joining, you can use X’s CLEARMODE command.

Categories: Channels, Users

You can see who has access on a channel, what level, and more with X’s ACCESS command.  You will need to be logged in to use this command.

/msg X access #Channel *

Or to search with specific criteria(s):

/msg X access #Channel * [options]

OPTIONS:

  • pattern
  • username
  • =nickname
  • -min
  • -max
  • -modif
  • -none
  • -voice
  • -op
Categories: Channels, Users

Users (2)

If one of your Channel Operators has decided to “takeover” your Registered Channel, there are multiple ways to stop them.

If you are the channel Manager (access 500) or have a higher access level than the operator attempting the “takeover”, you can:

  • /msg X suspend #Channel Username [level]
  • /msg X remuser #Channel Username

You will then need to possibly UNBAN yourself with X, if you are banned.  If restrictive modes are preventing you from joining, you can use X’s CLEARMODE command.

Categories: Channels, Users

You can see who has access on a channel, what level, and more with X’s ACCESS command.  You will need to be logged in to use this command.

/msg X access #Channel *

Or to search with specific criteria(s):

/msg X access #Channel * [options]

OPTIONS:

  • pattern
  • username
  • =nickname
  • -min
  • -max
  • -modif
  • -none
  • -voice
  • -op
Categories: Channels, Users

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