irc://<connect-to>/<target> Right now, ChatZilla checks the list of networks against <connect-to>. If <connect-to> is a known network, then ChatZilla connects to that network, otherwise it connects to <connect-to> as if it were a server name. That's not so good. Link authors won't know ahead of time what networks chatzilla knows (well, once the network information actually makes it into prefs.) if a link specifies a network chatzilla doesn't know, it'll fail connecting to the name as a server. This would be a little confusing to the user. I'm going to change parseIRCURL() so that it considers anything without a . or : character as a network. you'll be able to force any real server name that doesn't already contain . or : by using the ",isserver" modifier.
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