What do the letters behind the channels and nicknames mean?

These letters are called flags. The following flags are available:

User flags - Server based:

* U = Unregistered user
Unregistered users normally have less rights then registered users. Unregistered users CAN get AV, AO, CA or SA, but these rights will NOT be saved until the user has registered with the server.

* R = Registered user
Unregistered users usually have more rights than unregistered users and they can theoretically get all available flags including CA, SA, AV and AO.

* St = Sticky
Users that are sticky can't switch channels anymore. SAs can't be made sticky. This flag can only be given by SuperAdmins using the servers TCP query interface.

* SA = ServerAdmin
ServerAdmins have full access to the servers functions. Depending on the servers configuration they can also change the servers permission-settings.



User flags - Channel based:

* V = Voiced user
Users with voice rights can talk in moderated channels. This flag is only availabe in moderated channels.

* AV = AutoVoice
This is a permanent flag which automatically gives the user voice rights when he joins the channel he got this right in. This flag is only available in moderated channels.

* O = Operator
An operators main task is to give the voice flag to other users. Depending on the servers configuration they can also give AutoVoice rights. This flag is only available in moderated channels.

* AO = AutoOperator
This is a permanent right which automatically gives the user operator rights when he joins the channel he got this right in. This flag is only available in moderated channels.

* CA = ChannelAdmin
A ChannelAdmins main task is to manage a channel and it's users. Depending on the servers configuration they can give V, O, AV, AO and even CA.


Channel flags:

* U = Unregistered channel
Unregistered channels are temporary channels. They will be deleted when the last user leaves the channel.

* R = Registered channel
Registered channels are permanent channels. They will stay until someone deletes them manually.

* M = Moderated channel
Users need specific flags to be able to talk in moderated channels.

* S = Sub-Channels allowed
Channels with this flags can have sub-channels.

* D = Default channel
The default channel is the channel all users will join in unless they've specified another channel when connecting to the server. There is exactly one default channel per server.

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