I like the idea of Mini NANY! I've got a FARR alias pack that I've been working on that might fall into this category. Makes me feel like I participate in NANY 2010
And here this little thing is:
|Application Name|| Miranda Alias pack for FARR |
|Version|| 0.1 |
|Short Description|| Let's you control Miranda with FARR |
|Supported OSes|| only tested on XP, but I see no reason why it wouldn't work on Vista/7 |
|Web Page|| this is it |
|Download Link|| mimcmd.zip (11.35 kB - downloaded 836 times.) |
- Miranda 0.8.x
- CmdLine plugin for Miranda
Let's you control a few things in the Miranda IM client. Currently supports online, away, invisible, occupied and offline status as well as toggling the visibility of the contact list.UsageInstallation
Unzip alias pack to FARR INSTALLATION FOLDER\AliasGroups\Installed\
Install the CmdLine plugin for Miranda, download here: http://www.eblis.tla...;id=14&Itemid=26
Move/copy MimCmd.exe from the CmdLine plugin to where you put the alias pack, i.e. FARR INSTALLATION FOLDER\AliasGroups\Installed\mimcmdUsing the Application
Once installed, type 'mim' in FARR. This will bring up a list, with items such as Online, Away. Now either launch one of the entries, which will set global status, or type 'mim [name of protocol]' and select list item, i.e. 'mim msn'. If you've got FARR to launch first entry on Enter, then 'mim msn'+Enter will set MSN status to Online.
It's very basic, but it does what I need. Should be easy enough to expand if you need other statuses (or xstatus), just check docs for the CmdLine plugin or type 'MimCmd.exe help' in a command prompt.