Prints text in the specified window using the specified color.
/echo [color] [-cdeghiNtsaqlbfnmr] [color name] [#channel|[=]nick|@window] <text>
|s||If a channel/nickname isn't specified, it echoes to the status window.|
|d||If a channel/nickname isn't specified, it echoes to the single message window.|
|a||If a channel/nickname isn't specified, it echoes to the active window.|
|e||Encloses the line in the line spearators.|
|iN||Indents the wrapped line by N characters.|
|h||Forces lines to hard-wrap so resizing the window doesn't change the line.|
|t||Prefixes the line with a timestamp if global time stamping is on or timestamping is on for that window.|
|q||Makes it not display the text if called from an alias using the . prefix.|
|l||Makes it apply the highlight settings to the line that's displayed.|
|bf||Make it apply the beep/flash settings in the window it is echoing to.|
|n||Prevents the echo from hiliting the window switchbar icon.|
|m||Indicates that the line should be treated as a user message, not an event.|
|g||Prevents the line from being logged to the log file.|
|r||Applies the strip settings in the messages dialog.|
|c||Uses the specified color name from the colors dialog.|
- Note that this text is only displayed in your own window and isn't sent to the server.
/echo -a moo
This will print moo to the active window.
/echo -sb moo
This will print moo to the status window and applies the beep setting in the window.
/echo 0 -g #help.script moo
This will print moo to the #help.script channel window in white with preventing it from logging to the log file.
/.echo -q hello
This will not print anything (because of the "." and -q switch).