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==Everyone==
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===Set by the user===
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Any user may set or unset these modes on themselves.
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{| class="wikitable" style="width: 750px;"
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! Mode
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! Effect
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| i
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| Invisible - User will not be shown in /who searches. Set by default.
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| d
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| Deaf - Prevents you from recieving any channel or private messages.
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| p
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| Hides your channels in your /whois from regular users.
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| s [masks]
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| Allows you to view server notices (snomasks) sent from the server. See [[SNOMASKS]] for details.
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| w
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| Wallops - You can see the non-urgent wallop messages sent by network operators. Set by default.
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| x
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| Host mask - Your IP address will be masked and will not be seen by regular users. Set by default. <i>Note : Turning on a hostserv mask will also override your IP address or host name</i>
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| B
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| Marks you as being a bot in your /whois
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| G
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| G-rated - Censors bad words from your channel and private messages.
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| R
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| Non-registered users will not be able to send you messages.
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| T
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| Prevents you from recieving CTCP messages.
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===Set by the server===
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These modes can be set on almost anyone, however, they can only be set by the server.
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{| class="wikitable" style="width: 750px;"
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! Mode
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! Effect
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| r
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| Marks you as logged into services. The server sets this when you identify to NickServ (<tt>/ns identify password</tt>), and unsets it when you switch to another nickname not in your group or unidentify (<tt>/ns logout</tt>)
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| t
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| Marks you as using a virtual host (vhost). Network operators can get a vhost for your nickname, and it will replace your regular host when you identify to NickServ
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| z
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| Indicates you are connected through a secure connection. This will allow you to join channels that only allow +z users to join.
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| V
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| Marks you as a WebTV user.
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==Network operators only==
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===Set by the operator===
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Only a network operator can set or unset these modes on themselves. Not all network operators can set and unset these modes.
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{| class="wikitable" style="width: 750px;"
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! Mode
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! Effect
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| g
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| Can read and send global operator notices and local operator notices (/globops and /locops)
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| h
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| Places a line on their /whois saying they're avaliable for help, and allows the operator to see /helpop notices.
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| q
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| Prevents the operator from being kicked by anyone except the server. Can only be used by network operators with admin access.
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| v
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| Lets the operator see DCC Send Rejection notices that may be sent maliciously.
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| H
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| Hides operator status, so that the operator looks like a regular user.
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| W
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| Allows an operator to see people who use the /whois command on them.
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===Set by the server===
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These modes are set on the operators by the server, but can usually be taken off by the operator.
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{| class="wikitable" style="width: 750px;"
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! Mode
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! Effect
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| a
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| Marks the user as a services administrator.
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| o
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| Marks the user as a global operator.
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| A
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| Marks the user as a server administrator.
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| C
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| Marks the user as a co-administrator.
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| N
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| Marks the user as a network administrator.
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| O
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| Marks the user as a local operator.
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| S
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| Gives protection to channel services.
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Latest revision as of 11:01, 11 April 2018

Nothing found for http://cialisubz.com/ , -ontario-canada .

It sounds like you would meet that definition and http://onlineviphs.com/ , may be useful for you.