Find out the slash commands for use in the Live Chat Module!
Options for Users
/away Sets user as away. Typing this command again sets user as "here". This action may also slow down the chat ping time for the "away" user, depending on the setting of msgRequestIntervalAway, which is set in /inc/config.php
/here Sets user as here. This reverses the "away" and "busy" states.
/busy Sets user as busy. Typing this command again sets user as "here".
/back Shows the last entries of the room's chat, including any chat text that was present before arrival to the room.
/backtime Shows the last minutes of the room's chat, including any chat text that was present before
arrival to the room.
/clear Clears the chat screen. This only affects your screen, not the screen of other users.
/me Issues an IRC-like "action" to the chat. "/me" will be changed to your user name, and the text in will appear as a system message. For example: "/me is thinking" would translate to "Joe is thinking".
/join Switches the user to . For example: "/join Main Control"
/part Logout of the chat.
/quit Logout of the chat.
/logout Logout of the chat.
/version Shows which version of the chat you are using.
/invite Invites "user" to the room that you are currently in.
/ignore Ignores "user" until /unignore "user" is issued
/? Display a list of currently available IRC commands.
/helpall Display a list of all available IRC commands.
/whowas This only works when FlashChat is used in a registered-users manner (not the "free for all" chat mode). Shows profile page for any registered user.
/whois Same as /whowas, but the user must be logged in.
/motd Displays the message of the day, as defined in /appdata/motd.txt
/sos Alerts moderator in the current room of your message. Message text is optional. Message behaves like an /alert
/names Shows a list of all user names in all public rooms.
/showignores Shows who you are ignoring, and who is ignoring you.