However, as everybody is voiced on entry, the continual barrage of messages from ChanServ (the user or rather bot that performs the voicing for us), I wrote a little script to ignore those messages. A number of the channel ops use it already as do quite a few of our regulars, and with it's simplicity, you should be to!
Without further ado, I present novoice.py :
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__module_name__ = "novoice"
__module_version__ = "1.0"
__module_description__ = "Ignores voice messages from ChanServ"
def ignore_callback(word, word_eol, userdata):
xchat.hook_print("Channel Voice", ignore_callback)
You should save the code (copy and paste into and editor) above as the file " novoice.py " in your " .xchat2 " folder. Notice that's a hidden folder, so you should be very careful when typing the filename in.
Once it's saved, you should simply restart (or start if not already running) your XChat and the script will automatically be loaded for you.
Since I initially posted this, it appears the forums mechanism for copying text is not ideal, some people have reported "indentation errors". To address this, I'm also hosting the file : novoice.py. Right click, save the file as ~/.xchat2/novoice.py Restart XChat and you will enjoy the silence!