A: Well, assuming you're already using a connection to one network there are several ways to add a second, third, etc connection. The easiest one to explain is simply typing on the command line from any mIRC editbox: /server -m <servername> [port]
You can also use the -n switch to open a new window and not connect immediately:
Of course you can also right click on the options icon on the toolbar:
Now that you have a new window open you can use the /server command or the /connect command as normal to open a connection to a server.
Here's another way; open the options dialog itself then go to the connect menu, if the "New Server Window" checkbox is checked when you hit ok it'll open that server as a new connection:
Webpages often contain links that go to particular channels, mIRC can also connect to the appropriate servers first, then to that channel. With the new multiserver support you have a few options available:
A: Simply use mIRC as you normally do. Unless you explicitly want to take advantage of multiserver support you probably won't do it by accident.
A: MULtiserver Edition.
A: Because Khaled does. It's all the rage these days.
A: Right now documents are slim for obvious reason, we suggest reading this document though.
For Scripting Tutorials covering mIRC 6.0 go to: http://www.mishscript.de/help/mirc6tut.htm
For a tutorial on the $submenu identifier go to: http://www.mishscript.de/help/submenu.htm
For a informatiom how to use Connection Id's visit Cobra^'s CID Tutorial at: http://mirc.codedreamers.com/Tutorials/CID.htm
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