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 +# $EPIC: mode.txt,v 1.3 2006/08/29 18:22:56 sthalik Exp $
 +======Synopsis:​======
 +__mode__ <your nickname|channel>​ [<​+|-><​mode>​ [<mode parameter(s)>​]]
 +
 +<​file>​
 +# Currently I (hop) am renovating the structure of this help file.  The
 +# first part of the help file will be a basic description of the purpose
 +# of modes in irc, both to users and to channels. ​ Then a description of
 +# user modes will follow, with each user mode documented and its side
 +# effects explained. ​ Each network will get a section where its deviant
 +# user modes will be explained.
 +# After this, a description of channel modes, with each channel mode explained.
 +# Each network will get a section where its deviant channel modes will be
 +# explained.
 +# After all of this, will be a description of how to use the /mode command,
 +# complete with examples. ​ The first part of this help file should be put
 +# in an external document at some point, but for now it's going to be in
 +# here until we move it.
 +</​file>​
 +
 +======About Modes:​======
 +A mode is an irc attribute which describes the current state of a channel
 +or irc user.  These are called "​channel modes" and "user modes"​. ​ Modes
 +are traditionally single characters, usually lower case letters, and are
 +manipulated with the __MODE__ command. ​ You can turn on ("​set"​) a mode by
 +prefixing the character with a plus sign ('​+'​) and turn off ("​unset"​) a
 +mode by prefixing the character with a minus sign ('​-'​). ​ You can set or
 +unset multiple modes at a time.
 +
 +======User Modes:​======
 +You can set and unset your user modes to change certain attributes about
 +your irc session. ​ User modes are lost when your server connection ends.
 +You may be given a set of "​default"​ user modes by your server when you
 +initially connect to it.  You may be given a set of extra user modes when
 +the [[OPER]] command is successful. ​ Some user modes are "​privileged"​
 +which means that you cannot turn them on yourself; the server has to
 +turn them on for you.  You may not change or query the mode of any other
 +user.
 +
 +=====Standard User Modes:=====
 +      i   "​Invisible mode"​. ​ Everybody is permitted to ask for a list of
 +          members on a channel, or a detailed list of members on a channel
 +          with the [[NAMES]] or [[WHO]] request. ​ If the requester is a
 +          member of the channel he requests, he will see the full details of
 +          all other members on the channel. ​ However, if the requester is
 +          NOT a member of the channel he requests, any channel members who
 +          have this user mode set will NOT be shown in the list.  They will
 +          be "​invisible"​ to those who are not channel members. ​ This same
 +          effect occurs if you are a member of a secret channel (channel mode
 +          +s, see below).
 +      o   "​Operator mode"​. ​ This user mode is privileged. ​ Some irc commands
 +          (relating to the administration of the irc server and network) may
 +          not be executed by those who do not have this user mode set. This
 +          mode must be enabled through the sucessful use of the OPER
 +          command, however, it can be removed with the MODE command
 +      s   "​Server Notices mode"​. ​ The server sends out special information
 +          that is not generally useful to non-techie irc users when you turn
 +          this user mode on.  Not every user receives every server notice just
 +          because they have +s turned on.  Some server notices require more
 +          than one user mode to be turned on (particularly +o).  The types and
 +          number of messages you receive varies from server to server.
 +      w   "​Wallops mode"​. ​ Whereas server notices generally are of interest
 +          to local users, WALLOPS ("​Write ALL OperatorS"​) are of interest to
 +          all privileged users on all servers. ​ You will receive WALLOPS when
 +          you turn this user mode on.  Some networks restrict WALLOPS only
 +          for server use.  Other networks permit operators to send WALLOPS.
 +          Still other networks permit everybody to send WALLOPS. ​ As with
 +          all other output modes, everything varies from server to server.
 +
 +======Non-standard User Modes:​======
 +=====Undernet (ircu2.9.x):​=====
 +      d   "​Deaf mode"​. ​ The server will not send public message to this
 +          client for any channels it is a member of.
 +          This mode is primarily intended for services, and may or may
 +          not be accessible to clients.
 +      k   "​No-kick mode"​. ​ This user mode is privileged. ​ All servers on
 +          the network will reject any attempt to [[KICK]] this client from
 +          any channel it is a member of.  There is no way to the server to
 +          set this mode for you.
 +
 +=====DALnet (ircu2.9.x+DAL,​ DAL4.x, Bahamut, Dreamforge)=====
 +      g   All will see nickname collisions. ​ Those with user mode +o will
 +          also see all uses of the [[OPER]] command and all failed/​aborted
 +          server connection attempts.
 +      h   "​Help mode"​. ​ This user mode is privileged. ​ The server will
 +          show you all uses of the HELP protocol command. ​ All who [[WHOIS]]
 +          you will get the 310 server numeric indicating your +h status.
 +
 +=====IRCNet (irc2.9.x):​=====
 +      r   "​Restricted mode"​. ​ The server will not permit this client to
 +          become a channel operator either through the __MODE__ command or
 +          through the [[JOIN]] command. ​ The server will not permit this
 +          client to use the [NICK]] command. ​ You cannot unset this mode.
 +     ​(s) ​ These servers do not have the +s user mode.
 +
 +=====EFnet [Comstud] (irc2.8.x+CSr27 and beyond):​=====
 +      b   When enabled, shows connects from potential bots, and attempts
 +            with invalid usernames.
 +      c   When enabled, shows all clients connecting and disconnecting
 +            from your server. ​ Limited to irc operators.
 +      d   When enabled, shows connects where the username given and the
 +            client'​s ident response differ.
 +      f   When enabled, shows all "Fake MODE" and "​Nickname Collision"​
 +            notices.
 +      k   When enabled, shows all global and local operator kills.
 +      l   When enabled, shows connect attempts from clients that exceed
 +            their connect class (Y:line) limit.
 +     ​(r) ​ Replaced by +bdl after CSr25.
 +      s   When enabled, it shows any miscellaneous server notices that
 +            are not shown with modes bcdfklu (even if they are not
 +            enabled).
 +      u   When enabled, shows all unauthorized connect attempts, as well
 +            as connect attempts when the server has reached its maximum
 +            connection limit.
 +
 +=====EFnet [/th] servers (irc2.8/​th):​=====
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​c ​  When enabled, shows all clients connecting and disconnecting
 +               from your server. ​ Limited to IRC operators.
 +         ​d ​  Debug mode, displays miscellaneous messages. ​ Limited to irc
 +               ​operators.
 +         ​k ​  When enabled, shows all server kills
 +         ​n ​  Shows all local nickname changes. ​ Limited to irc operators.
 +         ​r ​  When enabled, shows all rejected connections.
 +         ​s ​  When enabled, it shows any miscellaneous server notices that
 +               are not shown with modes ckr, including operator kills
 +         ​y ​  Spy mode, informs operators of all [[LINKS]], [[STATS]], and [[TRACE]]
 +               ​commands issued, and of any failed [[MSG]] commands.
 +
 +=====EFnet Hybrid 6 servers (2.8/​hybrid-6):​=====
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​O ​  ​Designates this client is a local IRC Operator.
 +         ​o ​  ​Designates this client is a global IRC Operator.
 +         ​w ​  Can see server wallops.
 +               May be irc operator only depending on server configuration.
 +         ​z ​  Can see oper wallops.
 +               No function unless irc operator.
 +         ​s ​  Can see generic server messages and oper kills.
 +         ​c ​  Can see client connections and exits.
 +               No function unless irc operator.
 +         ​r ​  Can see '​rejected'​ client notices.
 +               No function unless irc operator.
 +         ​k ​  Can see server kill messages.
 +         ​f ​  Can see '​I-line is full' notices.
 +               No function unless irc operator.
 +         ​y ​  Can see stats/​links/​admin requests to name a few.
 +               No function unless irc operator.
 +         ​d ​  Can see server debug messages. Note that if the server was
 +               ​compiled with DEBUG defined, this information can potentially
 +               be an invasion of user privacy.
 +               ​Limited to irc operators with D flag.
 +         ​n ​  Can see client nick changes. Limited to irc operators with N flag.
 +         ​b ​  Can see bot detection notices.
 +               No function unless irc operator
 +
 +=====EFnet Hybrid 7 servers (2.8/​hybrid-7):​=====
 +      All modes for EFNet Hybrid 6 Servers apply, and the following
 +      additional modes are available, or are changed in meaning.
 +      User Modes:
 +        (O)   ​Obsolete. Hybrid-7 does not support local operators.
 +         ​a ​   Server administrator flag. Automatically set by server in
 +              conjunction with the OPER command, not usable by normal users.
 +         ​g ​   Reject all PRIVMSG/​NOTICE not addressed to a channel, unless
 +              the sender has been authorized by the ACCEPT protocol command
 +              (presently you must use /quote for this)
 +
 +=====AnotherNet servers=====
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​c ​  Show all [dis]connections,​ possible clones, and invalid logins
 +         ​f ​  Show all [[DCC]] handshakes (mnemonic: file transfers)
 +         ​h ​  Makes operator completely invisible to all normal users;
 +             ​mainly meant for channel services (mnemonic: hidden)
 +
 +======UnderNet servers=====
 +      Server notice masks:
 +         Under ircu servers the +s usermode can optionally take a numeric
 +         ​argument prefixed by + or -
 +         This argument is used to show only specific types of server messages.
 +           ​1 ​    ​unsorted old messages
 +           ​2 ​    ​server kills (nick collisions)
 +           ​4 ​    oper kills
 +           ​8 ​    ​desyncs (hack2)
 +           ​16 ​   temporary desyncs (hack3)
 +           ​32 ​   unauthorized connections
 +           ​64 ​   common TCP or socket errors
 +           ​128 ​  too many connections
 +           ​256 ​  ​services actions on channels (hack4)
 +           ​512 ​  ​glines
 +           ​1024 ​ net join/break, etc
 +           ​2048 ​ IP mismatches
 +           ​4096 ​ host throttle add/remove notices
 +           ​8192 ​ old oper-only messages (Oper Only)
 +           16384 client connect/​exit messages (Oper Only)
 +         To set a server notice mask (allowing you to see that type of notice)
 +           /mode <your nickname>​ +s +mask
 +         Only one number may be specified, and it is added to your current
 +           ​server notice mask. However you can combine values before passing them
 +           to the mode command.
 +         To clear a server notice mask (preventing you from seeing that type of
 +           ​notice)
 +           /mode <your nickname>​ +s -mask
 +         ​Default server notice mask for users who just set +s usermode is 1540
 +           ​(4+512+1024)
 +         ​Default server notice mask for opers is 1799 (1+2+4+256+512+1024)
 +
 +
 +======Channel Modes:​======
 +You can set and unset your user modes to change certain attributes about
 +a channel. ​ Channel modes are lost when the last person leaves a channel
 +(the channel is destroyed). ​ Channels may be given a set of "​default"​
 +channel modes by the server when you create it.  The first person to join
 +a channel creates it and becomes the channel operator. ​ The mode of a
 +channel may only be changed by one of its operators. ​ The operatorship
 +may be shared among any of the channel'​s members.
 +be set and unset by channel operators.
 +"​prinitially nnect to it.  You may be given a set of extra user modes when
 +the [[OPER]] command is successful. ​ Some user modes are "​privileged"​
 +turn them on for you.  You may not change or query the mode of any other
 +user.
 +
 +
 +   ​=====Standard Channel Modes:=====
 +      b   When enabled, this prevents the specified nick!user@host mask
 +            from entering the channel. ​ If only the @host portion is
 +            specified, "​*!*"​ is prepended; if only user@host is specified,
 +            "​*!"​ is prepended; if the mask does not contain a "​@",​ it is
 +            assumed to be a nickname, and a !*@* is appended. ​ When used
 +            with no arguments, the channels list of "​bans"​ is displayed.
 +            On some servers, this also prevents any users matching the
 +            specified nick!user@host mask from speaking on the channel or
 +            changing nicks.
 +      i   When enabled, users may only join the channel if [[INVITE]]d.
 +      k   When enabled, users may only join the channel if they specify
 +            the proper "​key"​ (which is specified when +k is set).
 +      l   When enabled, only the specified number of users may enter the
 +            channel.
 +      m   When enabled, only users with +o or +v may speak on the channel.
 +      n   When enabled, public messages from outside the channel are not
 +            allowed.
 +      o   When enabled, grants the specified nickname channel operator
 +            status.
 +      p   When enabled, the channel is made private. ​ The channel name
 +            will not show up in [[WHO]], [[WHOIS]], [[NAMES]], or [[LIST]] replies (though
 +            users who are not +i will still be shown in [[NAMES]], the channel
 +            name is simply masked as "​Private"​).
 +            This no longer works as expected on all servers, as some have
 +            given +p other meanings.
 +      s   When enabled, makes the channel secret. ​ This is the same as +p,
 +            except the channel will not show up in any [[WHO]]/​[[WHOIS]]/​etc.
 +            queries from a person not on the channel. ​ Anyone who is on a
 +            +s channel is effectively invisible, as per user mode +i.
 +      t   When enabled, only channel operators may set a topic.
 +      v   When enabled, grants the specified nickname voice status.
 +
 +
 + IRCNet
 +      Channel Modes:
 +         ​a ​  When enabled, this makes the channel anonymous. ​ Nicknames are
 +               ​hidden (and thus nick changes are not shown), and no other
 +               ​channel modes are permitted. ​ Note that this can seriously
 +               ​confuse the client...
 +         ​I ​  ​Invite exemption. This takes a hostmask like a ban would, and
 +             acts as a perminant invite.
 +         ​e ​  Ban exemption. Same format as +b, except user matching a
 +               ban exemption can join regardless of bans.
 +
 + Hybrid6
 +      Channel Modes:
 +         ​e ​  Ban exemption. Same format as +b, except users matching a
 +               ban exemption can walk through any bans matching them.
 +               The server may remove ban exemptions automatically when
 +               a ban-exempt client is kicked shortly after joining through
 +               a ban.
 +         ​p ​  ​Paranoid. Channel operators will see when another channel
 +               ​operator invites someone. (this differs from the old
 +               ​chanmode p, which was formerly used for "​private"​ mode)
 +               ​Beware that this will not have the desired effect in a
 +               mixed hybrid-6/​hybrid-7 network, as +p is redefined to mean
 +               knock disable in hybrid-7.
 +
 + Hybrid7
 +      Channel Modes:
 +         ​a ​  ​Anonymous channel operators. Channel operators will not be
 +               ​identified as channel operators, and channel operator commands
 +               will not reveal the identity of a channel operator.
 +         ​e ​  Ban exemption. Same format as +b, except users matching a
 +               ban exemption can walk through any bans matching them.
 +               The server may remove ban exemptions automatically when
 +               a ban-exempt client is kicked shortly after joining through
 +               a ban.
 +         ​p ​  Knock Disable - This differs yet again from previous uses for
 +               the +p channel mode, which previously meant "​private"​ or
 +               "​paranoid"​. Setting this mode on a channel will prevent
 +               KNOCK from being used on hybrid-7 servers. This will not
 +               have the expected results on a mixed hybrid-6/​hybrid-7
 +               ​network!
 +         ​I ​  ​Invite exemption. This takes a hostmask like a ban would, and
 +             acts as a perminant invite.
 +
 +
 +
 +======Description:​======
 +Both channels and users have modes associated with them.  For channels,
 +they determine who is a channel operator, the number of people who may
 +join the channel, who may not enter the channel, and myriad other
 +things. ​ For users, they determine whether the user will is an IRC
 +operator, whether the user will receive special server notices, etc.
 +
 +Modes are enabled when prepended with a "​+",​ and disabled when with a
 +"​-"​. ​ Modes may be clustered as well.  When clustering modes, all mode
 +changes are specified first, then their parameters (see the examples
 +below).
 +
 +======Examples:​======
 +To receive operator [[WALLOPS]] and server notices (both examples are
 +equivalent):​
 +      /mode your_nick +sw
 +      /mode your_nick +s+w
 +
 +To set a channel limit (the number is arbitrary):
 +      /mode #channel +l 35
 +
 +To make someone a channel operator:
 +      /mode #channel +o theirnick
 +
 +To set a ban, a key, and to remove chanop status from someone:
 +      /mode #channel +bk-o *!*some@*.ban.com Secret_Key foobar
 +
 +======Restrictions:​======
 +Only channel operators may set modes for a channel (though anyone may
 +view them), and only you may set or view your personal user modes.
 +Additionally,​ the user mode +o may **NOT** be set with __MODE__, you must use
 +the [[OPER]] command. ​ However, it may be removed with -o (see [[DEOP]] as
 +well).
 +
 +Also note that some server variants do not allow for redundant mode
 +changes, such as "+oo foobar foobar"​. ​ This shouldn'​t cause too many
 +problems though, since you can easily reverse a mode if you wish to set
 +it again, such as "-o+o foobar foobar",​ which is allowed.
 +
 +Finally, note that mode changes are limited to a maximum of 4 total
 +parameters. ​ Thus you could give +o to 3 people and set +l, but you
 +could not do those and set +k as well, since that would involve 5
 +parameters.
 +
 +======Other Notes:​======
 +On Undernet servers, the maximum number of parameters for __MODE__ is 6.
 +Additionally,​ some server versions have extra modes that may be used.
 +Keep in mind that these do not apply everywhere, so you should check
 +what software version your server is using to be sure (see [[version
 +command|VERSION]]).
 +
 +=====Undernet servers (ircu2.9.x):​=====
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​d ​  When enabled, your client does not receive any public messages
 +               from any channel you are on. (mnemonic: deaf mode)
 +         ​k ​  ​No-kick mode.  Any client with this mode may not be kicked from
 +               any channel it applies to.  Limited to services.
 +
 +=====DALnet servers (ircu2.9.x+DAL,​ DAL4.x)=====
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​g ​  ​Allows operators to see all [[OPER]] attempts, and failed server
 +               ​connects. ​ Allows all users to see nickname collisions.
 +         ​h ​  Shows operators the arguments to any protocol HELP command
 +               ​issued. ​ Server numeric [[on 310|310]] is returned in [[WHOIS]] to denote
 +               +h users.
 +
 +=====IRC 2.9 servers (irc2.9.x):​=====
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​r ​  When enabled, the client cannot be a channel operator (even if
 +               it is the first to join), nor can it change nicknames. ​ This
 +               mode is automatic if the connecting client has a matching i:
 +               ​line. ​ This mode cannot be reversed once enabled.
 +        (s)  Version 2.9 servers do not have a +s user mode.
 +
 +      Channel Modes:
 +         ​a ​  When enabled, this makes the channel anonymous. ​ Nicknames are
 +               ​hidden (and thus nick changes are not shown), and no other
 +               ​channel modes are permitted. ​ Note that this can seriously
 +               ​confuse the client...
 +
 +=====EFnet +CS servers (irc2.8.x+CSr27 and beyond):​=====
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​b ​  When enabled, shows connects from potential bots, and attempts
 +               with invalid usernames.
 +         ​c ​  When enabled, shows all clients connecting and disconnecting
 +               from your server. ​ Limited to irc operators.
 +         ​d ​  When enabled, shows connects where the username given and the
 +               ​client'​s ident response differ.
 +         ​f ​  When enabled, shows all "Fake MODE" and "​Nickname Collision"​
 +               ​notices.
 +         ​k ​  When enabled, shows all global and local operator kills.
 +         ​l ​  When enabled, shows connect attempts from clients that exceed
 +               their connect class (Y:line) limit.
 +        (r)  Replaced by +bdl after CSr25.
 +         ​s ​  When enabled, it shows any miscellaneous server notices that
 +               are not shown with modes bcdfklu (even if they are not
 +               ​enabled).
 +         ​u ​  When enabled, shows all unauthorized connect attempts, as well
 +               as connect attempts when the server has reached its maximum
 +               ​connection limit.
 +
 +=====EFnet /th servers (irc2.8/​th):​=====
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​c ​  When enabled, shows all clients connecting and disconnecting
 +               from your server. ​ Limited to IRC operators.
 +         ​d ​  Debug mode, displays miscellaneous messages. ​ Limited to irc
 +               ​operators.
 +         ​k ​  When enabled, shows all server kills
 +         ​n ​  Shows all local nickname changes. ​ Limited to irc operators.
 +         ​r ​  When enabled, shows all rejected connections.
 +         ​s ​  When enabled, it shows any miscellaneous server notices that
 +               are not shown with modes ckr, including operator kills
 +         ​y ​  Spy mode, informs operators of all [[LINKS]], [[STATS]], and [[TRACE]]
 +               ​commands issued, and of any failed [MSG]] commands.
 +=====EFnet Hybrid 6 servers (2.8/​hybrid-6):​=====
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​O ​  ​Designates this client is a local IRC Operator.
 +         ​o ​  ​Designates this client is a global IRC Operator.
 +         ​w ​  Can see server wallops.
 +               May be irc operator only depending on server configuration.
 +         ​z ​  Can see oper wallops.
 +               No function unless irc operator.
 +         ​s ​  Can see generic server messages and oper kills.
 +         ​c ​  Can see client connections and exits.
 +               No function unless irc operator.
 +         ​r ​  Can see '​rejected'​ client notices.
 +               No function unless irc operator.
 +         ​k ​  Can see server kill messages.
 +         ​f ​  Can see '​I-line is full' notices.
 +               No function unless irc operator.
 +         ​y ​  Can see stats/​links/​admin requests to name a few.
 +               No function unless irc operator.
 +         ​d ​  Can see server debug messages.
 +               ​Limited to irc operators with D flag.
 +         ​n ​  Can see client nick changes. Limited to irc operators with N flag.
 +      Channel Modes:
 +         ​e ​  Ban exemption. Same format as +b, except users matching a
 +               ban exemption can walk through any bans matching them.
 +         ​p ​  ​Paranoid. Channel operators will see when another channel
 +               ​operator invites someone. (this differs from the old
 +               ​chanmode p, which was formerly used for "​private"​ mode)
 +
 +=====EFnet Hybrid 7 servers (2.8/​hybrid-7):​=====
 +      All modes for EFNet Hybrid 6 Servers apply, and the following
 +      additional modes are available, or are changed in meaning.
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​a ​   Server administrator flag. Automatically set by server in
 +              conjunction with the [[OPER]] command, not usable by normal users.
 +         ​g ​   Reject all PRIVMSG/​NOTICE not addressed to a channel, unless
 +              the sender has been authorized by the ACCEPT protocol command
 +              (presently you must use /quote for this)
 +      Channel Modes:
 +        a     ​Anonymous channel operators. Channel operators will not be
 +              identified as channel operators, and channel operator commands
 +              will not reveal the identity of a channel operator.
 +        I     ​Standing Invitation. Format is the same as a ban. Users matching
 +              will be able to join regardless of the +i mode, as if they had
 +              been given an [[INVITE]] by one of the ops.
 +
 +=====AnotherNet servers=====
 +      User Modes:
 +         ​c ​  Show all [dis]connections,​ possible clones, and invalid logins
 +         ​f ​  Show all DCC handshakes (mnemonic: file transfers)
 +         ​h ​  Makes operator completely invisible to all normal users;
 +             ​mainly meant for channel services (mnemonic: hidden)
 +
 +=====UnderNet servers=====
 +      Server notice masks:
 +         Under ircu servers the +s usermode can optionally take a numeric
 +         ​argument prefixed by + or -
 +         This argument is used to show only specific types of server messages.
 +           ​1 ​    ​unsorted old messages
 +           ​2 ​    ​server kills (nick collisions)
 +           ​4 ​    oper kills
 +           ​8 ​    ​desyncs (hack2)
 +           ​16 ​   temporary desyncs (hack3)
 +           ​32 ​   unauthorized connections
 +           ​64 ​   common TCP or socket errors
 +           ​128 ​  too many connections
 +           ​256 ​  ​services actions on channels (hack4)
 +           ​512 ​  ​glines
 +           ​1024 ​ net join/break, etc
 +           ​2048 ​ IP mismatches
 +           ​4096 ​ host throttle add/remove notices
 +           ​8192 ​ old oper-only messages (Oper Only)
 +           16384 client connect/​exit messages (Oper Only)
 +         To set a server notice mask (allowing you to see that type of notice)
 +           /mode <your nickname>​ +s +mask
 +         Only one number may be specified, and it is added to your current
 +           ​server notice mask. However you can combine values before passing them
 +           to the mode command.
 +         To clear a server notice mask (preventing you from seeing that type of
 +           ​notice)
 +           /mode <your nickname>​ +s -mask
 +         ​Default server notice mask for users who just set +s usermode is 1540
 +           ​(4+512+1024)
 +         ​Default server notice mask for opers is 1799 (1+2+4+256+512+1024)
  
mode.txt ยท Last modified: 2006/08/29 20:18 (external edit)