Difference between revisions of "Echo"

From Botdom Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m
Line 3: Line 3:
 
* Use !echo [channeltoecho] [channeltoechoin] to add echos.
 
* Use !echo [channeltoecho] [channeltoechoin] to add echos.
 
* !echo stopall or !echo stop [channel] to stop echoing.
 
* !echo stopall or !echo stop [channel] to stop echoing.
* Channels require a # and are case sensitive.<br />
+
* Channels require a # and are case sensitive.<br />Example: !echo #IdleRPG #Botdom will work. !echo #idlerpg #botdom will not, and neither will !echo IdleRPG Botdom.
Example: !echo #IdleRPG #Botdom will work. !echo #idlerpg #botdom will not, and neither will !echo IdleRPG Botdom.
 
  
 
The echo extension in NooodleBot 3.0 was built by SubjectX52873M.
 
The echo extension in NooodleBot 3.0 was built by SubjectX52873M.

Revision as of 05:38, 12 November 2006

The echo command is a command which allows a bot to echo whatever happens in one room, into another room. Has existed in NoodleBot since 1.5.

  • Use !echo [channeltoecho] [channeltoechoin] to add echos.
  • !echo stopall or !echo stop [channel] to stop echoing.
  • Channels require a # and are case sensitive.
    Example: !echo #IdleRPG #Botdom will work. !echo #idlerpg #botdom will not, and neither will !echo IdleRPG Botdom.

The echo extension in NooodleBot 3.0 was built by SubjectX52873M.

This article is a stub. You can help Botdom Wiki by expanding it by clicking the edit button at the top.