Example of usage:
Start off by typing !list and I get a list of fservs (for this case, theres only one)
Upon doing that, you'll have to type the trigger (or triggers). The & separates the trigger. In this example, theres 2 triggers. If I want to access the fserv and download FF music, I would type...
/ctcp crabsbot i want crabs
Once I type that, another window should pop up, it should look like this...
Now that I'm inside, I can view what files this server has. First thing to do whenever you enter an Fserv, type dir.
As you can see, that's a lot. Something you need to know: If it's in ALL CAPS, it's a folder. If it's not in all caps, it's a file. You're looking at a whole mess of folders right now, you need to get in them. You do this by typing cd then the folder name exactly as it appears. Lets choose a folder... Final Fantasy X-2 - Original Soundtrack sounds nice. I'll need to type...
cd Final Fantasy X-2 - Original Soundtrack
And I'm in.
Now I need to view this folder, I type dir again.
A lot of songs? Now you just need to download them. You do this by typing get and the exact file name. Example: If I want to get 1000 no kotoba (or the Japanese version of 1000 Words), I need to type get and the exact file name.
get 219 - 1000 no kotoba.mp3
Assuming that the server isn't sending a file to anyone else, I should get it right away. If not, I'll be put on a Queue List. Once I'm done, can you go to another folder by typing cd.. and it should take me out of the folder that I'm in right now. After I'm totally done, close the window as you don't need it to be open any longer.
If for some reason you have trouble connecting to a user, either for a DCC chat or a DCC filesend, try connecting to the same server as them. /whois them to find their server. If you're still having problems connecting, try adjusting any firewalls you may have installed.