(Originally by AOL-Files staff member Tau)
There have been repeated requests for this FDO code on both the aol-files.com and newriot.com message boards and due to the fact that everyone will soon know it regardless of this article it may was well be released here. If you get some sort of pleasure out of vexing the other members of the chat room and you are some sort of social outcast then go ahead and do this. Impress your friends, amaze your parents, what have you. As for the AOL techs, if it is in your power to fix this problem then please do so forthwith.
This was discovered for the PC when the indent exploit was figured out. Both use the uni_next_atom_typed atom. I credit BMB with discovering how to do this on PCs as well as the indent trick. All should do the same.
To see the message, "sent a chat message that your platform cannot display" sent by the OnlineHost run the following FDO stream:
uni_start_stream buf_start_buffer <9fx> buf_set_token <"Aa"> uni_next_atom_typed <4107> buf_add_atom_data <"fdo-files.com"> buf_close_buffer uni_end_stream
To send a restricted chat message, for example "//roll" use the following code:
uni_start_stream buf_start_buffer <9fx> buf_set_token <"Aa"> uni_next_atom_typed <1> buf_add_atom_data <"//roll"> buf_close_buffer uni_end_stream
Many numerical values for uni_next_atom_typed will result in the same thing happening. I encourage everyone to test out their own FDO scripts and to learn from this.