A few updates

Just a few updates,

  • /oper now works (/oper username password)
  • Fixed a bug in the userlist – sometimes it would get confused between op/admin.
  • /quote works now (Takes rest of the line as literal IRC command)
  • Fixed a bug in tabs – sometimes the sort order would get messed up with dead tabs.
  • Fixed/vastly improved the firefox 2 “disappearing cursor” issue.
  • Ability to “kill” users who persistently spam (Yes, the idiots have appeared, sending spam to channels on irc.mibbit.com. It’s hard to feel anything but pity for these sad souls).
  • New settings for tabs (tabFontSize, tabFontFamily, tabColorAlert). So if you’d like the tabs bigger, or you hate the yellow color highlight, change them.

Got up to about 175 users using mibbit yesterday at the same time, which is a record so far. Thanks everyone :)

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5 thoughts on “A few updates

  1. Excellent!

    Found this through IRC@Work but had trouble connecting in Firefox (most likely my Uni connection limiting it, hence the need for a web client).

    Only problem was the lack of /oper and the service aliases (cs, ns, os, ms, etc) but now /oper is included and the others will all work with /quote in front.

    I can finally run my server as wanted, a big thanks to you for providing this, much appreciated.

  2. I got sent to mibbit from IRCatWork.com, and I have to say, I’m impressed with the site right off of the bat. The interface is slick, the commands that are available are great (oper and quote), and the support for multiple servers really is what makes it for me. Consider me converted!

  3. I came in from irc@work as well, and I have to say I love mibbit! I’d been having trouble with firefox timing out when using the cgi:irc platform, but with mibbit it works great!

  4. I was a bit disappointed that the “Real Name” field gives your client hostname ex: client-ip-ip-ip-ip.domain.com out publicly, rather than allowing you to choose a name to put in that field. Security concerns aside, can that be changed?

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