Author Topic: How to introduce a delay in IRC "Perform" sequence  (Read 156 times)

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Offline mikekaganskiTopic starter

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Is it possible to introduce a delay in execution of commands performed on events in IRC networks? Specifically, I need to issue a NickServ GHOST command, and then to set my nick. But the GHOST needs some time to perform, and the command is returned immediately and is performed asynchronously, so /nick command issued immediately just fails.

I wanted my Perform sequence to look somewhat like this:

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/msg NickServ GHOST <mynick>
<DELAYCOMMAND 500 ms>
/nick <mynick>
 

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