Using Built-in Scripts
- Konversation has many built-in scripts to make Konversation more fun to use. The following scripts come bundled with Konversation:
- shows what you play in your media player (several players are supported)
- displays weather information if you have KWeather installed and running (KDE 3)
- runs a command and prints the output - try
/cmd uname -a
- prints the current uptime information of your machine
- prints the top entry saved in Klipper
- Shows information about your system.
- Shows a random fortune from scripts/fortune.dat
- You can DCC any link supported by KDE in Konversation.
/dcc send <nickname> http://www.slashdot.org
- You can associate nicks with address book entries and track their online status from Kontact. To do so right click a nick, use and select the addressbook entry you want to associate. And that's it. Now you can see their online status from Kontact.
- If you install kuick plugin from kdeaddons/konq-plugins you can right click a filename choose , select one of your online contacts and Konversation will DCC the file to that contact.
- If you chose a nick using tab-completion, the next time you press Tab key Konversation will insert last completed nick automatically.
- Then it won't take ~ prefix into account while doing nick completion. So to get ~foo you just do fotab and it will complete it to ~foo. You can use any valid string for PrefixCharacter like ~,~d,~df,etc.
You can have Konversation notify you with a sound event whenever your name appears in a channel.
- Click the checkbox which says and then use the folder icon to the right of it to select a sound to play.
You can also choose other types of notifications for other events from this dialog.
Enabling Graphical Emoticons
Stop Konversation, add the following to your ~/.kde/share/config/konversationrc and restart Konversation:
Please note that graphical emoticons are formally unsupported and the code is unmaintained.
Creating an SSH tunnel before connecting
. Select your identity and goto and enter at
Then create an ~/ssh-tunnel.sh file with something like:
1 # Enter your own ssh-tunnel command
2 ssh -C -N -L 6667:irc.efnet.org:6667 firstname.lastname@example.org&
3 # wait some seconds to establish the tunnel before continuing
4 sleep 5
chmod +x ~/ssh-tunnel.sh and any network using this identity will set up an ssh tunnel before it connects!
You have to use localhost as server and the login-process for the tunnel-server should be automated by ssh-agent and the port only works once so you have to use a different script for each connect. All-in-all maybe its easier to set up the tunnel(s) in Konsole or use a SSL-capable server. nobs 11:11, 15 February 2006 (EST)
Importing the mIRC Server List
On this page you can find a script that will append the contents of mIRC's venerable servers.ini to your Konversation config file.
Turn on Auto Spell Check
Right click the text input line and select
Use this method to regain ("ghost") your nick upon reconnection to freenode.
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