Backwards typing script

To use:
/backwards channel/nick Your Text Here

/Backwards {
:start
inc %var.back 1
if (%var.back > $len($2-)) { msg $1 %var.backwards | unset %var.back* | halt }
set %var.back.right $right($2-,%var.back)
set %var.back.left $left(%var.back.right,1)
if (%var.back.left == $chr(32)) { set %var.backwards $addtok(%var.backwards,$chr(32),32) | goto start }
set %var.backwards %var.backwards $+ %var.back.left
goto start
}

Cafetaria

People can order things by typing in a channel:
!order what-you-want

If !order has no product after it then gives a list:

on 1:TEXT:!order:#:{
/msg $chan Ram`s bar, today opened from 9:00 till 23:00. Our full list is send to $nick in private.
/msg $nick Drinks: Capacino, Coffee, Tea, Sprite, Fanta, Fanta Cassis,
/msg $nick and if your above 21 (Yes we`re not for kids) we also have: Beer, Wine, Bacardi (Breezers, Cola)
/msg $nick Snacks: Crisps,
/msg $nick Dinner: Pizza, Fries, Hamburger
/msg $nick Toilet is free to visit. There also a condom automat if needed;-)
}

on 1:TEXT:!order *:#:/describe $chan gives $nick $2-
}

MSN Messenger Stats for mIRC

alias MSNstats {
.comopen msn Messenger.UIAutomation
if ($comerr) { return ERR }
var %a = $com(msn,MyStatus,2)
var %b = $com(msn).result
var %a = $com(msn,MyFriendlyName,2)
var %c = $com(msn).result
var %a = $com(msn,MySigninName,2)
var %d = $com(msn).result
var %a = $com(msn,MyServiceName,2)
var %e = $com(msn).result
.comclose msn
if (%b == 1) { var %b = Offline }
elseif (%b == 2) { var %b = Online }
elseif (%b == 6) { var %b = Invisible }
elseif (%b == 10) { var %b = Busy }
elseif (%b == 14) { var %b = Be Right Back }
elseif (%b == 18) { var %b = Idle }
elseif (%b == 34) { var %b = Away }
elseif (%b == 50) { var %b = On the Phone }
elseif (%b == 66) { var %b = Out for Lunch }
if (%b == offline) {
$iif($1 == -e,echo,msg $1) MSN Messenger: Currently Offline! }
else {
$iif($1 == -e,echo,msg $1) MSN Messenger: [Nickname: %c $+ ] [E-mail: %d $+ ] [Service Provider: %e $+ ] [Status: %b $+ ] }
}

To use type: /msnstats Nick/Channel

How-to install Bash 4.0 in Linux

This guide is for almost every Linux distribution.

Prerequisite is that you have the required build tools installed already.
If not, do the following step:

Debian and Ubuntu users way;

sudo apt-get install build-essential

The Fedora/Red Hat way:

sudo yum groupinstall "Development Tools" "Legacy Software Development"

First step is getting the source package

wget http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/bash/bash-4.0.tar.gz
Next step is compiling and installing it;

tar xf bash-4.0.tar.gz
./configure
make
sudo make install

How-to install the Sun Nimbus Theme for Gnome

I personally prefer the OpenSolaris look for Gnome because it`s more clearly then Ubuntu`s Humanlooks.
It`s possible to install this theme under almost any system running Gnome.

The easiest way is installing the proper packageĀ from http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Nimbus+(+Debian+and+Ubuntu+packages+)?content=70212
This site contains the packs for Ubuntu 8.04, 8.10 and Debian (both x86 and x86_64).

Another way is compiling and installing the latest version. This is how it goes!

Install the proper requirements and the source;

apt-get -y install build-essential libgtk2.0-dev intltool icon-naming-utils fakeroot devscripts debhelper build-dep gtk2-engines-clearlooks

wget http://dlc.sun.com/osol/jds/downloads/extras/nimbus/nimbus-0.1.2.tar.bz2

tar -xf nimbus-0.1.2.tar.bz2

Next step; compiling the source

./configure --prefix=/usr/

chmod +x debian/rules
Install the binary;

make clean
make

sudo make install

Select the theme in Gnome.

Thats it!