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Please include password change command in GPX+ Chat page
Gryphaena
post May 29 2015, 10:33 PM
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So I was just on it, and I accidentally gave away my password, which I did yesterday as well.

I guess I'm not concentrating so well because I'm worried about something.

Anyway, I thought I followed the steps that I did yesterday to change my password, but I must have forgotten something because it didn't work.

I requested a new passcode to use, but when I used it, the channel told me that no one requested a new password for Gryph, so I was confused.

Gryph is the nickname I go by on the Chat.

After more bumbling it kicked me off.

So now I don't know what to do.


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post May 30 2015, 07:59 AM
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So far as I can see, the nickname 'Gryph' is still registered. Can you identify yourself with it - that is, do you know the password?
If yes, first identify yourself (it's '/ns id <passhere>', no quotemarks or arrows), then type '/ns sendpass' to send yourself a new password. Follow the instructions on that very carefully.
If no... then when you join IRC, type /join #help to join synIRC's help channel, and ask them nicely to reset your password again and help you. That's all I can think of to do.

In the future, it might be best to download an IRC client onto your computer, if you're in a position to do that. It can do the identify command for you, so there's no risk of accidentally giving your password out. happy.gif I hope this helps.


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