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Found a small issue to do with the setchannel command.
You can use setchannel to edit the colour of a channel; there's a number of issues with it.
- It conflicts with the 'color' command
- It changes the color in an awful way, it just sticks whatever you put in infront of the channel buffer.
For example,
if i set: "setchannel chat color thisshouldntdothis"
and i then do: "chat test",
it will display: "thisshouldntdothisYou chat ' ? thisshouldntdothis'"

I just ripped out the color option from my copy, because the coolor command handles it a lot better :shrug:
       
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