User Modes

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User Modes on IRC4Fun

/MODE <nick> <+|-><modes>

USER MODES 17:28, 13 May 2018 (EDT)17:28, 13 May 2018 (EDT)17:28, 13 May 2018 (EDT)~~

a - Admin

Marks the user as an IRC Administrator

B - Bot

Marks the user as a bot

C - Cloakhost

Hashed mask of the user's host to display if hidden host and/or fakehost do not meet requirements

c - Cloak IP

Hashed mask of the user's IP address to display if hidden host and/or fakehost do not meet requirements

D - Deaf to Priv

Sets the user to deaf to private messages and notices

d - Deaf

Makes the user deaf to incoming messages non-prefix configured channels

f - Fakehost

Sets the fakehost on the user assuming hidden host is enabled and active

g - Debug

Allows the user to view debug information

H - Hide Oper

Hides all indications that the user is an Operator

h - Sethost

Sets the fakehost on the user assuming hidden host is enabled and active

I - No Idle

Hides the idle time of the user for /whois requests

i - Invisible

Hides the user from /who and /names when triggered by a user not on the same channel

k - Service

Sets the target as a network service. This should NOT be used for operators or users as it WILL cause major issues
with channel registration and other such services abilities

L - No Link

Allows the user to walk through channel redirections without being forced into the destination channel

n - No Channel

Hides channel list from non-opers in /whois

o - IRC Operator

Grants IRC Operator privileges to the user

O - Local Operator

Grants IRC Operator privileges to the user on the local server only and does not allow for network wide commands

q - Common Channels Only

Can only be private messaged from users in common channels

R - Registered Only

Only allow private messages from registered users

r - Registered

Marks the user as registered

s - Snomask/Service Notice

Sets the specified snomask on the user. See doc/snomask.txt for more information

W - Whois Notice

Tell the user who someone performs a /whois request on him/her

w - Wallops

Allows the user to recieve wallop notices

X - Xtra Op

Sets the user into God mode. This is an emergency override flag and should NOT be used
constantly! This flag is also potentially dangerous and you should be very careful with
it.

x - Hidden Host (Virtual Host)

Sets a hidden host on the user based on the hidden host type configured in the features block

z - SSL

Marks the user as connected via SSL