Below is a table of IRC commands that have been implemented. These commands are available for compatibility, but it is probably easier to use the buttons/switches in the Userlist. The buttons in the Userlist are fully configurable.
# any number.
message any text.
channel a name of a channel, starting with # or & (=local channel).
nick a nickname as used on IRC.
/admin [server] returns the name of the administrator of the given server.
/away message marks you as being away. Typing /away again removes the away status
/ban nick bans 'nick' from the current channel
/bye message displays 'message' and quits IRC
/broadcast message sends a message to all the channels you are on
/channel channel [passwd] join a channel [with password]
/cmdchar c changes the command-prefix (default /) to the given character
/cping nick shows response time for 'nick' in seconds
/ctcp nick command
/ctcp channel command issues a CTCP (client to client protocol) command. CTCPs are used to get information from other clients, or to trigger certain actions on other clients. CTCPs /ctcp nick clientinfo for more info.
/ctcp nick sound sndname plays the sound 'sndname' at 'nick's computer. Shortcut: '/sound nick' and select a sound file.
/ctcp nick sound displays the list of available sounds on 'nick's computer
/ctcp nick xdcc list displays the list of available files on 'nick's computer
/ctcp nick xdcc version shows the xdcc version (currently 1.0)
/ctcp nick xdcc send # asks 'nick' to send file number # to your computer
/ctcp channel action Sends an action description. See also: /me. Example: '/me is drinking coffee' will be displayed as '* Yournick is drinking coffee' in the channel.
/ctcp nick finger shows the idle time and/or email address of a user
/ctcp nick source shows where to obtain Ircle.
/ctcp nick version shows the (Ircle) version.
/ctcp nick clientinfo shows all ctcp commands of a client.
/ctcp nick userinfo displays the userinfo field of a user.
/ctcp nick face exist shows if a user has a face file
/ctcp nick time shows the local time of a user.
/ctcp nick video stream opens a video window from the target to you.
/date display date and time
/dcc command nick issues a DCC command (explained below)
Valid commands for /dcc are:
/dcc chat nick requests CHAT connection for nick or answers such a request.
/dcc send nick send a file
/dcc tsend nick send a text file.
/dcc get receive a file (to be answered to a SEND request).
/dcc tget receive a text file
/dcc list list all DCC connections.
/dcc sendvideo nick sends a video snapshot to a selected nick
/dcc sendvideostream nick sends your video stream to a selected nick
/dcc sendface nick sends your face(s) to a selected nick
/debug shows all low level messages in ircle Console window. use at own risk. unpredictable things may happen. for testing only.
/exit message = /bye
/fserve nick starts a dcc chat/fserve with nick. You will be the host
/ignore pattern ignore messages from nick!user@host (may contain wildcards)
/ignore -pattern removes a pattern from the ignore list (also check your Friends list in your preferences)
/info gives info about server
/invite nick channel invites nick to channel
/ison nick shows if a user is on irc. not implemented on some servers.
/join joins channel last invited to
/join channel [passwd] = /channel
/kick channel nick :msg kicks nick from channel with message, clicking Kick in the userwindow does the same. Option click lets you set a kick message.
/leave channel leave a channel, same as closing a channel window
/links show server connections
/links mask shows all servers matching mask
/list list channels. Note: on some servers you'll get disconnected because of the large amount of data /list generates. You may use wildcards in the List window. Example: *mac*
/list -min # list only channels with minimum of # users
/list -max # list only channels with maximum of # users
/list -public list only public channels
/list -private list only private channels
/list -local list only local channels (channels available on this server only)
/list -global list only global channels (channels available on all servers of this network)
/list -topic list only channels with topic set
/list -mask- list only channels matching 'mask', for instance /list -*mac*
/lusers display statistics: the number of users on this irc network and the
number of channels.
/map displays a map of all server connections (not supported on all networks)
/massop gives operator status to everyone on a channel
/massdeop removes operator status from everyone but you on a channel
/massunban removes all bans from a channel
/me action sends an action description, can also be used in a DCC Chat window (private action). shortcut: Option Return Key.
/mode channel parm set channel mode:
/mode channel +p private channel
/mode channel +s secret channel
/mode channel +i invite-only channel
/mode channel +m moderated channel, noone can speak except users with mode +v
/mode channel +n no messages from outside channel
/mode channel +t topic may only be set by a channel operators
/mode channel +l # # channel may hold at most # users
/mode channel +v nick nick let nick speak on moderated channel (voice)
/mode channel +b shows ban list. Not implemented on some servers.
/mode channel +b nick!username@hostname ban nick!user@host, wildcards (*,?) allowed
/mode channel +k password key set channel password
/mode channel +o nick nick becomes channel operator
-x removes flag x, where x is one of the above
You can also you the switches in the Userlist window for this.
/mode nick parm set user mode:
/mode nick +i invisible user, recommended to prevent spam. You can also set this mode in the Connections Window
/mode nick +s receive server notices. Normally off. You can also set this mode in the Connections Window
/mode nick +w receive wallops (messages from IRC operators). You can also set this mode in the Connections Window
/mode nick +o become IRC operator. Normally this is done by the /oper command.
/mode nick +d deaf mode, for bots only.
/motd [server] show message-of-the-day [of another irc server]
/msg nick message sends nick a private message. Pressing TAB automatically sets the inputline to /MSG and the nickname that last sent you a message. Ircle remembers up 10 nicks for 15 minutes after the last activity.
/names channel list users on channel
/nick newnick change your nickname
/notice user|channel msg (almost) like /msg
/notify show notify list. You may also use the Notify Window to add/edit/delete nicks.
/notify nick adds nick to notification list (show each signon/off). You may also use the Notify Window to add/edit/delete nicks.
/notify -nick removes nick from notification list. You may also use the Notify Window to add/edit/delete nicks.
/omsg text send a message to all channel operators on a channel. On some servers ircle may send a /wallchops command instead, when available.
/onotice text send a notice to all channel operators on a channel
/op nick gives nick operator status
/deop nick removes operator status from nick
/part channel = /leave
/ping pings a user. to measure the delay use /cping
/quote raw irccommand sends a command to an irc server, exactly as typed.
/query nick open window for private messages to nick
/quit message = /bye
/server hostname [port] switch to a different server
/silence show ignored users list. /silence is a server side ignore. ignores are checked by the server, not the client.
/silence mask ignores users with selected mask
/signoff message = /bye
/sound channel soundname plays soundname to the channel
/sound nick soundname plays soundname to nick
/stats show statistical info:
/stats b shows server ban list
/stats c returns a list of servers which the server may connect to or allow connections from
/stats h returns a list of servers which are either forced to be treated as leaves or allowed to act as hubs
/stats i returns a list of hosts which the server allows a client to connect from
/stats k returns a list of banned username and hostname combinations for that
/stats l returns a list of the server connections, showing how long each connection has been established and the traffic over that connection in bytes and messages for each direction
/stats m returns a list of commands supported by the server and the usage count for each if the usage count is non zero
/stats o returns a list of hosts from which normal clients may becomeoperators
/stats p ?
/stats s ?
/stats t ?
/stats u returns a string showing how long the server has been up
/stats y show Y (Class) lines from the server configuration file
/summon user@host invites user@host to IRC (host must be running a server) obsolete??
/time = /date
/topic channel text set a channel topic (clicking in the title bar of a channel lets you achieve the same)
/trace [user] shows which servers are being used to connect to user
/type type a text file to the current channel
/unban opens the unban dialog, allowing to view and unban hosts with a simple click.
/unban nickmask removes 'mask (nick!username@hostname) from the channel ban list
/version show server version
/video opens your video window
/who channel list people on channel
/whois give information about nick that last joined the channel or sent private message
/whois nick give information about nick
/whowas nick give information about nick no longer online
IRC Operator commands:
/connect target port Force the remote server to try establishing a new server connection to the target server, on the specified port.
/die Used by IRC operators to force the server to exit and cease activity.
/hash reconfigure a server
/kill nick comment The KILL message is used to cause a client-server connection to be closed by the server which has the actual connection. KILL is used by servers when they encounter a duplicate entry in the list of valid nicknames and is used to remove both entries. It is also available to operators.
/oper nick password Used by a normal user to gain operator privileges.
/rehash Used by IRC operators to force the server to re-read its configuration file.
/restart Used by IRC operators to force the server to restart.
/squit server comment Close a server connection.
/wallops message message to all operators (deprecated)