/away Sets user as away.
/here Sets user as here. This reverses the "away" and "busy" states.
/busy Sets user as busy. Typing this command again sets user as "here".
/back Shows the last entries of the room's chat, including any chat text that was present before arrival to the room.
/backtime Shows the last minutes of the room's chat, including any chat text that was present before arrival to the room.
/clear Clears the chat screen. This only affects your screen, not the screen of other users.
/me <action> Issues an IRC-like "action" to the chat. "/me" will be changed to your user name, and the text in <action> will appear as a system message. For example: "/me is thinking" would translate to "Joe is thinking".
/join <room> Switches the user to <room>. For example: "/join The Lounge"
/part Logout of the chat.
/quit Logout of the chat.
/logout Logout of the chat.
/version Shows which version of the chat you are using.
/invite <user> Invites "user" to the room that you are currently in.
/ignore <user> Ignores "user" until /unignore "user" is issued
/? Display a list of currently available IRC commands.
/helpall Display a list of all available IRC commands.
/whowas <user> This only works when FlashChat is used in a registered-users manner (not the "free for all" chat mode). Shows profile page for any registered user.
/whois <user> Same as /whowas, but the user must be logged in.
/motd Displays the message of the day, as defined in /appdata/motd.txt
/sos <message> Alerts moderator in the current room of your message. Message text is optional. Message behaves like an /alert
/names Shows a list of all user names in all public rooms.
/showignores Shows who you are ignoring, and who is ignoring you.