'cmsg ' or just 'cm': Lets you send a to the public channel on the SIC network.
'calias ' or just 'ca': By itself, displays your current alias, or name on the SIC network. If you provide an , the command will check the network for any conflicts and set your alias to the one provided.
'ccom ' or just 'cc': Lets you send a private to the person or group with the provided.
'crespond ' or just 'cr': Lets you send a to the last person who you sent a private message to or who last sent a private message to you. This command is a shortcut for the 'ccom' command.
'cignore chat' or just 'ci': Toggles filtering of the public network on and off.
WARNING cignore also ignores encrypted SIC!
'cignore target ' or just 'ci': Lets you filter incoming private messages from the provided.
'cignore filter ' or just 'ci': When filtering public network chat, this command allows you to -listen- for messages that contain the provided. This command can be useful to ignore the spam that often occurs, but listen for messages from your friends.
'ce+ ce- ce cep ces': For help on the 'ce' commands, please see 'help sic-encryption'
'chelp' or just 'ch': Shows a summary of various bits of information about your SIC such as your alias, account balance and encryption keys.
'ctag ' or just 'ct': Lets you set a that is displayed next to your alias on the SIC whois listing.
'ct clear': Clear your SIC tag.
'who' Shows a selection of who is chatting on the SIC network. Keep in mind that a lot of the people in the city aren't on the who list, this doesn't mean that there aren't millions of people with a sic or on the network.
'who ' Filter the who list by a specific character such as 'who a' or 'who b' to look for more specific aliases.
'map' Attempts to show you a map of where you are and the area around you.
SEE ALSO: help sic help sic-encryption *Last Updated: 06/17/18 by Fengshui*